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Why is saliva important?

from University of Rochester Medical Center via ScienceDaily

The salivary gland secretes saliva that helps us chew and swallow the food we eat. The pancreas secretes digestive juices that enable our bodies to break down the fat, protein and carbohydrates in the food. Secretions like these are important in countless activities that keep our bodies running day and night. A study published in the journal Science Signaling uncovers a previously mysterious process that makes these secretions possible. more

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