• When it comes to bad breath, some bacterial interactions really stink

    In a study published last month in mSystems, researchers from Osaka University revealed that the interaction between two common types of oral bacteria leads to the production of a chemical compound that is a major cause of bad breath.

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  • Bacteria in the mouth linked to pulmonary fibrosis survival

    Bacteria in the mouth may play a role in survival from idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF), a serious chronic lung disease, finds a new study led by researchers from the University of Michigan (UM) and the University of Virginia (UV) in the United States.

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  • No health without oral health: new report sheds light on the true impact of oral disease

    A new report ‘Time to Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is: Addressing Inequalities in Oral Health’ looks at the need for a joined-up approach between policy, public health initiatives and clinical practice to address the challenges facing oral health.

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  • Newly discovered autoimmune disorder disrupts tooth enamel development

    Enamel, the hardest and most mineral-rich substance in the human body, covers and protects our teeth. But in one of every 10 people this layer appears defective, failing to protect the teeth properly.

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