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Fox59.comIndiana's leaders had better brush up on the importance of dental health. The state just got a "D" when it comes to kids' teeth. Nationwide, an estimated 17 million children in low-income families lack access to dentists.
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L.A. NOWMore than 3,000 people lined up Sunday morning to sign up for treatment at a massive free health clinic that will begin Tuesday at the Los Angeles Sports Arena. Organizers of the free clinic, which served more than 6,300 people......
L.A. NOWOverwhelmed by demand for dental services among the more than 1,000 patients at the massive free medical clinic at Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena Tuesday, organizers asked about 115 patients to return next week. The patients, many of whom had......
L.A. NOWMore than 1,200 people flocked to the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena on Tuesday for the start of a weeklong free clinic. Organizers tried to shorten the lines this year by distributing color-coded wristbands in advance, signifying the day and......
Sure, snorers can be loud. But for really cringe-worthy nighttime noise, it's hard to beat a dedicated grinder. With jaw muscles clenched tight -- perhaps because of stress or misaligned teeth -- a grinder can create a crunching sound reminiscent of two...
Moms At WorkÂ» Orlando Sentinel â Moms At WorkCavities are contagious. That's the word from pediatric dentists whoÂ say the bacteria that cause tooth decay can transfer from parent to child by something as simple as a kiss on the mouth. The science has actually been around for 30 years, but not a...
WASHINGTON -- It's not all doom and gloom in the U.S. economy. Some products are bucking the recession and flying off store shelves. Sales of chocolate and running shoes are up. Wine drinkers haven't stopped sipping; they just seem to be choosing cheaper...
Good dental hygiene and health can be crucial in preventing heart valve infection, according to research recently reported in "Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association." In a study of 290 dental patients, researchers investigated several...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDr. Diana Zschaschel leaned over Boogie's wheelchair to check his teeth with a mirror and probe. Boogie wailed. "It's OK, Boogie," said his father, Vergery Grubbs Sr. He reached over to take his son's curled hand. "Keep your mouth open. You're doing a...
Daily PressWhile the glamorous appeal of the "Hollywood Smile" may seem out of reach if you have little time or money to invest in cosmetic dentistry, new professionally supervised technology is available in and out of the dentist's chair to whiten teeth quickly --...
Special to The Los Angeles TimesWhen my oldest daughter was an infant, she turned to a toy cat for comfort; for my younger two children, baby blankets did the trick. For many infants, however, the answer is much closer to home _ literally, right at the tip of their fingers. It's their...
Chicago Tribune reportersMILWAUKEE — In a cubicle at Marquette University, a professor of dentistry and a former prosecutor are trying to use computer science to shore up a beleaguered forensic discipline. But as the two men try to lay the groundwork to provide a...
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