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J&J Mouthwash Gets a Stinker

...rers of Listerine Agent Cool Blue plaque-detecting rinse meant for children,// has been recalled after tests showed that it contained microorganisms. No health problems arising out of its use have been reported yet. Many outlets have stocked this brand. The company has begun communicating to Dental profe...

Understanding how humans detect sweet taste

...ted state to an inhibitory state. Then the water rinse removes sweet taste inhibitors from the inhibitory site, the sweet receptor is re-activated and the perception of sweetness returns. Hence in conclusion Galindo-Cuspinera said that sweet water taste can be used as a predictor for potential sweet inhi...

Tooth decay can be prevented by using straw for drinking fizzy drinks

...he acid in the drink damages the tooth but you can rinse your mouth. ? Avoid holding the drink for a long time in the mouth swallow the drink as soon as you take it. ? Use a fluoride containing toothpaste. ? Brush your teeth twice a day to reduce plaque and tooth decay. ...

Scientists Warn Against Food Borne Illnesses

...ck principals: Clean—Wash hands and surfaces, and rinse fresh produceSeparate—Keep meat, seafood and poultry separate from other foods Cook—Use a thermometer to ensure food is fully cookedChill—Store foods below 40 degrees Source: Newswise Medindia on food borne illnesses- further information Food...

Mouth wash samples to predict bone marrow transplant results

Taking a sample of the mouth rinse solution can be of help to decide how far the bone...ransplants are successful in patients. Oral mouth rinse of the patients of bone marrow transplant can be tested for neutrophils, which are the white blood c...

Sharing injection equipment spreads Hepatitis C

...isk of contracting the virus. Sharing syringes and rinse water also boosted risk, but not significantly. Dr. Lorna Thorpe of the University of Illinois at Chicago and colleagues felt that, in most injection sessions, drugs are placed in a cooker and dissolved in water. The solution is then drawn into a sy...

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