Heart Health Starts in Your Mouth

Everyone knows that going for an annual checkup is good for your health. These checkups can provide you with information and discover potential health problems before they can develop into something serious. What has been the most overlooked area as to where many of these health problems actually start, is the mouth! Evidence-based science has […]

Is it Wise to Remove Wisdom Teeth?

Your third molars are commonly known as “wisdom teeth” and they generally erupt between the ages of 17 and 23. One of the most common practices amongst dentists is to remove wisdom teeth as soon as they start to come out, whether they are hurting the patient or not. In medicine and dentistry, this is […]

Getting to the Root of Your Root Canal

Perhaps your root canal is the root cause of your health problems. Have you ever gone to a dentist for a scheduled cleaning and the dentist says, “I’ve got bad news, you need a root canal!” Your first thoughts might be, I don’t see anything wrong, and I don’t feel any pain, why would I […]

Silent Inflammation in the Jaw and Neurological Dysregulation – Case Study Linking Rantes/Ccl5 Overexpression in Jawbone with Chemokine Receptors in the Central Nervous System

Silent Inflammation in the Jaw and Neurological Dysregulation – Case Study Linking Rantes/Ccl5 Overexpression in Jawbone with Chemokine Receptors in the Central Nervous System “With the increasing complexity of various systemic diseases, it is appropriate to discuss the background of their pathogenesis. Autonomic dysregulation with poorly defined multisystem disorders frequently present a challenging clinical situation […]

From COVID to Cancer, is Vitamin C the Answer?

From COVID to Cancer, is Vitamin C the Answer? By Blanche D. Grube, DMD and Anita Vazquez Tibau The research on the safety and efficacy on various forms of vitamin C over the last 80 plus years, is widely established. Currently, there are clinical trials and case studies taking place on vitamin C mega dose’s, as […]

Genetic Susceptibility to Neurodegeneration in Amazon: Apolipoprotein E Genotyping in Vulnerable Populations Exposed to Mercury

Genetic Susceptibility to Neurodegeneration in Amazon: Apolipoprotein E Genotyping in Vulnerable Populations Exposed to Mercury By Gabriela P. F. Arrifano Rosa C. R. Martín-Doimeadios, María Jiménez-Moreno, et al. “Human exposure to mercury is a serious problem of public health in Amazon. As in other vulnerable populations throughout the world, Amazonian riverine populations are chronically exposed […]