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Millions to fight early childhood caries

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, USA: The University of California’s School of Dentistry in San Francisco has received a multimillion-dollar grant from the US ...

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Interview with Dr Michael Miller, REALITY Publishing Co.

REALITY is a US-based consensus report on dental products and techniques that aims to protect patients by informing dentists. In their headquarters in ...

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US military recruits foreign doctors

LEIPZIG, Germany: The US Department of Defense has announced the start of a recruiting campaign aimed at foreigners living in the United States on temporary...

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Endo education takes center stage at New York meeting

Tens of thousands of dental professionals gathered in Manhattan the weekend after Thanksgiving for the Greater New York Dental Meeting (GNYDM). It was an ...

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Researchers use fluorescence for detecting mercury in fish and dental fillings

Pittsburgh, PA, USA: Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have developed a quick and simple method for detecting mercury in fish and dental samples, ...

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Stem cells from monkey teeth stimulate growth of brain cells

LEIPZIG, Germany: Researchers at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University, USA, have discovered dental pulp stem cells can stimulate ...

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US election results not favoured by dentists

LEIPZIG, Germany: According to a recent survey, US dentists might be disappointed by the Democratic win in the US elections last month. Two out of three ...

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Women at higher risk for cavities

Reproduction pressures and rising fertility explain why women suffered a more rapid decline in dental health than did men as humans transitioned from ...

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Economic fears in the US affect dental care

LEIPZIG, Germany/WASHINGTON D.C., USA: With the economy in the United States declining, preventive dental care can be one of the first things to go. The ...

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Economic fears in the US affect dental care

LEIPZIG, Germany: With the economy in the United States declining, preventive dental care can be one of the first things to go. The correlation between ...

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Expert group questions benefits of fluoridation

LEIPZIG, Germany: Experts at the 28th Conference of the International Society for Fluoride Research in Toronto, Canada, have raised new concerns about the ...

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UN says 33.2 million people living with HIV

LEIPZIG, Germany: An estimated 33.2 million people worldwide were living with HIV as of December 2007, according to a UN report released in June. The ...

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First medical imaging application introduced for iPhone and iPod touch

LEIPZIG, Germany: Apple’s new iPhone 3G has found its way to stores around the globe. An US company has now developed a software that is supposed to ...

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Blue lights stop oral tumours growing

AUGUSTA, USA/LEIPZIG, Germany: The blue light used by dentists to harden dental fillings could also help to treat cancer, according to new research. A ...

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Google launches new online medical records service

LEIPZIG, Germany: Google has launched a new health service in the United States, joining other companies that also offer ways to manage personal medical ...

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Breath analysis technology may put dentists on the forefront of diagnosing illnesses

NEW YORK, NY, USA: Dentists may soon be on the forefront of diagnosing a range of illnesses, thanks to a new laser technology that may enable them to ...

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Better dentistry through Selenium

NEW YORK, NY, USA: Selenium Ltd., a biopharmaceutical company based in Lubbock, Texas, founded in 2004 out of research from Texas Tech University, is using ...

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