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Pregnant Moms Who Use Mouthwash Not as Likely to Have Preemies, Study Finds

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"Floss, floss, floss!" You've been commanded by dentists for years to heed that advice. Now, it may be time to add "mouthwash, mouthwash, mouthwash!" to your oral health routine.
A new study finds pregnant moms ...
Researchers find women with periodontal disease have more premature babies than moms with healthy gums.

Bad Breath: Causes and Cures for Your Kid

Dear Karla, My son is turning 12 this year and I am noticing that his breath is getting foul. I want to do something to make this go away as it would crush me to find him one day embarrassed about it from getting picked on by kids at school, or ev...

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