The ability to digest the lactose in milk into adulthood emerged approximately 5,000 years ago in southern Europe.
People with gum disease have a greater likelihood of high blood pressure, according to a study published in Cardiovascular Research.
New guidelines suggest that milk and water are mostly the only things children aged five and under should drink.
Researchers have discovered a clear connection between gum disease and Alzheimer’s disease.
Ensuring good oral hygiene could help to prevent stroke.
A tooth infection, or an abscessed tooth, generally occurs as a result of tooth decay and poor oral hygiene.
A team of researchers has created a filling material that is twice as resistant to breakage than conventional fillings.
When left untreated, the consequences of gum disease can become irreversible. Now, a new procedure could treat the problem.
Patients who suffer loss of jaw bone are left with bony defects that are both aesthetically and functionally challenging.