Category: Miscellaneous

The posts listed below address various aspects of MouthBody Medicine not covered by the other categories listed.

Research: A Dental Cause of Alopecia Areata

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This report published in the Journal of the International Medical Association of Bulgaria (IMAB) refers to the case of a 4.5 year old child with alopecia areata (patchy hair loss). Unusually for Western medicine, but perhaps not unusually for Bulgarian … Continue reading

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Drugs That Cause A Dry Mouth

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One of the most common causes of dry mouth (xerostomia) are pharmaceutical drugs since most work by blocking biochemical pathways within the body (eg: anti-histamines). In fact, over 1,800 different drugs are known to cause xerostomia as a side-effect. The … Continue reading

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Video: Digital X-Rays

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A brief explanation of the advantages of digital dental x-rays. 2 mins Relevant products: For more information about maintaining a healthy mouth read 7 Steps to Dental Health: A Holistic Guide to a Healthy Mouth and Body. Click the relevant … Continue reading

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The Wry Observations of Dr Martin H Fischer

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Martin Henry Fischer (10 November 1879 – 19 January 1962) was a German-born American physician and author. He is best known for his pithy comments about the practice of medicine – some of which are offered below. Medical education “The … Continue reading

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3D Printing in Dentistry

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Dentists (and husband and wife) Dr Andrew Dawood and Dr Susan Tanner of Wimpole Street, London have no less than six 3D printers in the basement of their practice. They use these to manufacture a wide variety of objects out … Continue reading

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Video: Evidence-Based or Evidence-Biased Medicine?

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Dr Michael Greger MD, who is a doctor with a special interest in nutrition voices his concerns over the way studies are set up to provide Evidence Based Medicine. 6 mins Relevant products: For more information on the shortcomings of … Continue reading

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Video: How Toothpaste is Made

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This video shows how toothpaste is manufactured. It turns out my best guess as to how they got the stripes in the toothpaste was wrong! 5 mins Relevant products: Read Holistic Dental Care by Nadine Artemis for tips on caring … Continue reading

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Audio: The CDC Mercury-Autism Cover-Up

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In this interview, Henrik Palmgren of RedIce Radio talks with the investigative reporter, Jon Rappoport of No More Fake News, about the recent revelations (August/September 2014) about a Centers For Disease Control (CDC) cover-up of data categorically showing a link … Continue reading

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Audio: Extreme Health Radio Interview With Alison Adams

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In this interview Justin and Kate Stellman of Extreme Health Radio talk with Dr Alison Adams about a variety of health- and dental-related topics. Issues covered include: Proper facial development The health effects of toxic metals and particularly mercury How mercury … Continue reading

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Video: Lies, Damn Lies and Government Cover-Ups

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Watch this video and tell me you are still willing to place your faith in statements from ‘official’ government agencies. This video about the US Centers for Disease Control cover-up of damning vaccine-autism data starts by referring to The Tuskegee … Continue reading

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Video: What To Do About a Dry Mouth

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The role of saliva, the causes of a dry mouth and practical strategies for managing xerostomia. 3 mins Relevant products: For more information about oral hygiene read Great Teeth for Life: The Secret to a Lifetime of Good Dental Health … Continue reading

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Research: Taste and Depression

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Bristol University researchers Tom Heath, Dr Lucy Donaldson of the Physiology department and Dr Jan Melichar from Community-based Medicine have been investigating the link between depression and taste. Click the link to read this research on taste and depression. Depression is … Continue reading

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Video: Cone Beam Tomography & 3D Imaging

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This video demonstrates how the information gleaned using cone beam computerised tomography (CBCT) can be used for orthodontic treatment planning, pre-implant treatment planning, endodontics (root treatments), identifying the presence and size of areas of chronic infection in the jaw bone, … Continue reading

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Research: When Dentists Do Drugs

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This article by John Drumm, chair of the District of Columbia Dental Society Well-Being Program and former chair of the American Dental Association Dentist Well-Being Committee, examines the fact that dentists are nearly twice as likely to become addicted to … Continue reading

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Research: Sick Individuals and Sick Populations

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This research paper by Geoffrey Rose of the Department of Epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine is now nearly 30 years old, but is considered seminal. Click to read this paper about Sick individuals and sick populations. … Continue reading

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