Link found between poor dental health and depression
Using data from a comprehensive health survey of more than 10,000 people aged 20-75 years living in the United States, the Deakin IMPACT Strategic Research Centre researchers found that poor dental health increased the likelihood of being depressed.
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#1 Apr 29, 2014
Check out calcium deficiency as a common underlying cause.
#2 Apr 29, 2014
More so in depression is the contamination of the underground water from the excessive use of prescribed medications especially the Mental Health mind drugs and the Statin drugs along with REGLAN, NEXIUM and so forth. The bathing and drinking waters are a toxic ground of chemical human discharge that is adverse to normal health that is effecting aquatic and animal life. The city waters including the use of public beaches, lakes and rivers are a place for money making investments to dump the by produces of their chemical sludge while the common taxpayers struggle to pay the costs of healthcare from the clean up.. Depression is a by product along with cancer and heart djscease from bathing and drinking waters Breathing is probmatic and bullshit from the medical and pharmaceutical industry is a common place stink.
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