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  1. Blueberry extract could treat gum infectionRead the original story

    17 min ago | Newkerala.com

    The findings could lead to reduced use of antibiotics to treat the serious gum infection disease called periodontitis. The researchers from Laval University in Quebec City, Canada, said they were developing an oral device that could slowly release the blueberry extract after deep cleaning to help treat periodontitis.


  2. Short getting conservation on groundRead the original story

    1 hr ago | The Bandera County Courier

    Pictured: Land looking good in spite of current dry conditions Courtesy of Natural Resouces Conservation Services Lots of rain this spring and early summer then, bam!, nothing but heat and dry weather since June. That is actually a better scenario than we have had over the past seven to eight years but typical to the fluctuating weather we receive in this part of the country.


  3. Calhoun man featured on Discovery Life ShowRead the original story

    Mar 7, 2015 | Calhoun Times

    A Calhoun man who lost a large portion of his face to cancer is part of a show set to air on the Discovery Life channel.


  4. Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | News Times

    Sarah Mueller assists Dr. Alain Auguste as he works on Matthew Bolton's teeth. Bolton, 27, of Hamden.


  5. Broomfield Colorado Dental Practice, Kessler & Resnick, DDS -...Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | SBWire

    People who have lost teeth and want to receive a tooth replacement without unnecessary delays are now invited to visit Kessler & Resnick, DDS - Broomfield Cosmetic Dentist for Same Day TeethA . These dental implants are designed to immediately support prosthetics or dentures, without any healing period necessary.


  6. A wise woman would ask no questions after wisdom teeth removal - I'm not a wise womanRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Arizona Republic

    A wise woman would ask no questions after wisdom teeth removal - I'm not a wise woman Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1EzMLNL The surgical assistant at the oral surgeon's office explained that the third set of molars are called "wisdom teeth" because they typically don't surface until we're in our late teens or early 20s, a supposed "age of wisdom" and hence the name. She told Sawyer what to eat or drink before surgery, what to wear and to wear his glasses instead of contacts.


  7. The Great Adventures of Beetle Jo: Troubled Jacksonville shelter dog...Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Florida Times-Union

    Beetle and his biggest fan, animal shelter volunteer Amanda Sivak, at the beach in August. She bonded with the shelter dog the minute she met him, but he ultimately had to be put down because of resource aggression.


  8. Blueberry extract may help prevent gum diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | UPI

    An extract from wild blueberries could help prevent the formation of plaque on teeth, which can lead to gum disease and periodontitis, according to a new study. Reducing the chances of developing periodontitis also could reduce reliance on antibiotics, which often are used to eliminate infection from the condition that can lead to the destruction of gum tissue that protects the teeth.


  9. Say 'Aaaah': Zoo's Aardvark Gets 2 Teeth PulledRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Live Science

    Getting a tooth pulled is never fun, but it's especially irksome if you're an aardvark. Ali, an aardvark at the Cincinnati Zoo, recently learned this lesson firsthand after two infected teeth landed her in the dentist's chair.


  10. 3 Things Everyone Should Know About Online ReviewsRead the original story

    Tuesday | 4 Hoteliers

    Recently, the Atlantic ran an article describing how the TSA and IRS are integrating Yelp reviews into their workflow, so from now on, your complaint about the lines at the airport or the unfairness of a tax audit will get an actual response from a government employee. While social listening and critique get most of the press, online reviews influence nearly two-thirds of purchase decisions and people tend to put a very high value on online recommendations.


  11. Ceremony to bring 'prosperity and good luck' to new Worthing schoolRead the original story

    Feb 9, 2015 | Worthing Herald

    The completion of West Sussex's newest school will be marked by a traditional ceremony to bring prosperity and good luck to the building. An age old 'topping out' ceremony at the 900-pupil Bohunt School, in Worthing, will see wine, oil, corn and salt sprinkled over the building to celebrate the success of the construction so far.


  12. Let this majestic baby hippo get you through WednesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Five-month-old baby hippopotamus Devi explores San Diego Zoo's pool with her mother, Funani. Born on March 23, the baby hippo paddles and dives through the pool, as visitors watch through an underground glass window.


  13. Could Blueberry Extract Fight Gum Disease?Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Kansas City InfoZine

    Some severe cases, called periodontitis, call for antibiotics. But now scientists have discovered that wild blueberry extract could help prevent dental plaque formation.


  14. The Do's and Don'ts of the Dog Park, by Zachary Whitman, DVMRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Nyack Villager

    The Do's and Don'ts of the Dog Park by Zachary Whitman, DVM Off leash dog parks can be a great way to socialize and exercise your dog, meet other pet owners, and watch your dog having a great time.


  15. The Screwball: Comedy Is in the (Baseball) CardsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Hardball Times

    Author's note: Here, unlike in Fun With Old Photos , the author does not supply the verb, i.e., the "is" or the "are." Why? Well, it are - sorry, is - easier that way.


  16. COLUMN-Asian consumers missing out on full benefit of crude oil slump: RussellRead the original story

    Yesterday | Reuters

    Conventional wisdom is that falling oil prices provide significant economic stimulus, but many Asian countries appear to be missing out on much of the benefit. While Brent crude has dropped 51.7 percent in the past 12 months, the retail prices of gasoline and diesel in major countries across the region haven't fallen by anything like as much.


  17. CambridgeNews published Chatteris ace Kurt Cunningham gets his teeth into a 99Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cambridge Evening News

    Kurt Cunningham carried his bat for 99 as Chatteris ended their Mr Cricket CCA Senior League, Division One campaign with a comprehensive nine-wicket win at March II. He was backed up by fellow opener Anthony Bamford and Ben Hollis as the visitors successfully reached 156 for 1, which came after Steven Piper had taken 3 for 30 in March's 152 for 4. The best performers for the beaten hosts, who have ended the season at the foot of the table, were captain John Wallis, who hit 63, and Richard Green, who took the only wicket to fall at a cost of 26 runs.


  18. Seven Truths About Invisalign Teen From Sacramento Dentistry GroupRead the original story

    Yesterday | Sys-Con Media

    They may know that Invisalign is the best in modern orthodontics, using clear plastic aligners - similar to a mouthguard - for moving teeth into their proper position. Nevertheless, parents often worry about their teenager not wearing the aligners or simply losing them and wasting the treatment.


  19. Smithsonian researchers find species of dolphin revealing how it moved from seas to riversRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    Researchers at the Smithsonian have identified an extinct genus and species of river dolphin that navigated ancient Earth's deltas some six million years ago. Researchers say the new species highlights the early evolution of river dolphins, marking a transition between saltwater and freshwater living.


  20. Sawfish 'teeth' didn't pave the way for modern chompersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Science

    Sawfish and sawsharks are aptly named for their long, serrated snouts. These jags may look like teeth, but they're actually modified versions of denticles-the hardened scales that cover the skin of sharks and rays.