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If you wait until your pet's breath is really bad, then you've waited too long because this smell is a bad sign that teeth are diseased.
The family tries to live life as normally as possible, but after 14 years of uncontrolled epileptic seizures with his son, Jace, Mike Bratton says nothing is truly normal.
In this photograph taken on July 22, 2014, Indian dentists display teeth removed after operating on 17-year-old Ashik Gavai at JJ Hospital in Mumbai.
When Insurance Wouldn't Pay for Dentures, the Internet Stepped Up. At age 4, he was diagnosed with stage four Rhabodomyosarcoma.
Grocery chain threatens to sack ALL its workers unless they return to work from mass protests to save beloved 'It's a Wonderful LIfe' CEO who lost control of company 'Thank you!' Teen cancer survivor denied dentures by insurance company will be smiling again in just two weeks after public raises more than $17,000 His family's insurance company ... (more)
Unlike Eastern and Native cultures, where elders are respected and revered, in the west, the people with the most wisdom and life experience to share are often discounted or shuffled to the side, because our North American culture worships youth.
That's not a word critics of any kind should throw around lightly, and it's not done so here.
PLYMOUTH A Plymouth State University professor has found what has been verified as the first woolly mammoth tooth ever found in the state.
Which is the best file format to use for graphics in InDesign? David Blatner and Sandee Cohen share the wisdom gathered from many years of teaching and working in DTP.
Alex Hunter, 16, had to have his teeth removed this month after they had been ruined by years of radiation treatments for cancer.
It's not OK to mess with your users, OkCupid. In fact, it "smacks of hubris." It's also "unethical and outrageous."
According to a White House press call, President Obama will issue a block of executive actions on Tuesday to tackle the increasing problem of methane leaks from natural gas pipelines.
The central square in Morocco, Jemaa el-Fna is a teeming expanse of vendors, medicine men and people plying ancient entertainments such as acrobatics and snake charming.
What if we used human teeth as money? Giving it away would be so much better than having incisors and molars hanging around.
Updated: Sat Aug 02, 2014 01:32 am
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