Good oral hygiene may add years to your life
from The Peninsula
Registered nurse Sonya Schneider-Ghaddar writes, "My dentist always says to brush your teeth twice a day and remember to floss. Even my 4-year-old can easily quote his words back to me. But I never stopped to think about why it is so important. Actually, we don't have to look far to find several studies to back up that advice. The studies validate these standard recommendations and they outline the reasons why we should follow them. According to Dr. Michael Roizen in his book, 'The Real Age Makeover,' 'Flossing alone can add 6.4 years to your life.'"
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