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  • MLB Hits Smokeless Tobacco Out of the Park
    Jul. 5, 2017

    MLB Hits Smokeless Tobacco Out of the Park

    General oral health

    Major League Baseball parks across the country have banned smokeless tobacco, a play that will help encourage fans and players to kick a habit that's bad for oral and overall health.1 The biggest winners of the new rule may be our nation's kids, who will no longer see and want to mimic their favorite baseball... More »

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  • What You Need to Know About Oral Cancer
    Apr. 6, 2015

    What You Need to Know About Oral Cancer

    General oral health

    Thanks to technological advances, medical knowledge and early detection, we've seen some progress in the fight against oral cancer over the last 30 years. About 60 percent of people diagnosed with oral cancer will survive for at least five years.1 Although survival rates have risen steadily, oral cancer is a serious condition, and it's important... More »

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  • Avoid Baseball's Bad Habits and Hit a Home Run with your Oral Health
    Apr. 4, 2015

    Avoid Baseball's Bad Habits and Hit a Home Run with your Oral Health

    General oral health

    From chewing tobacco to sunflower seeds, some bad oral health habits can be found on the baseball diamond. While the popularity of chewing tobacco has decreased in baseball over the years,1 it still causes major league oral health problems such as root decay, leathery white patches inside your cheek, red sores and even oral cancer.... More »

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