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  • The Absolute Best Farmers Market Picks (and Some of the Worst)
    Jun. 7, 2019

    The Absolute Best Farmers Market Picks (and Some of the Worst)

    General oral health

    Do you love shopping at your local farmers market? You’re not alone. They’re so popular that there are now more than 8,700 farmers markets nationwide.1 While it should be easy for you to find one near you, it’s not always as easy to decide what to buy.

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  • Healthy blueberry smoothie
    Apr. 26, 2019

    Healthy blueberry smoothie

    Recipes

    When mouth pain makes eating difficult, this antioxidant and vitamin-packed drink gives you a convenient way to add nutrients like fiber and calcium to your diet. This healthy blueberry smoothie is packed with flavor, so you don’t need to add sugary juices — a smart move to protect your teeth.

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  • The Basics of Baby Bottle Tooth Decay
    Feb. 11, 2019

    The Basics of Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

    Children’s Oral Health

    When parents put their little ones to sleep, sometimes they leave them with a bottle. While that might be soothing as they drift off to dreamland, leaving a bottle in the crib can be problematic for tiny teeth. In celebration of National Children’s Dental Health Month this February, take a moment to brush up on the basics of baby bottle tooth decay.

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  • Better breakfasts for brighter smiles
    Sep. 5, 2018

    Better breakfasts for brighter smiles

    General oral health

    Before rushing off to school in the morning, many families sit around the table to fuel up with the most important meal of the day. Unfortunately, one of the more common breakfast options – cereal – might have some unintended consequences for teeth. Too much sugar at breakfast time isn't a great way to start... More »

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  • Healthy Smiles Help Keep Kids in School
    Aug. 3, 2017

    Healthy Smiles Help Keep Kids in School

    Children’s Oral Health

    Healthy smiles improve kids' confidence and help them succeed in the classroom. Conversely, unhealthy smiles can keep them from attending school and making the grade. Even at school, oral health issues can distract kids and could cause them to fall behind in coursework. Untreated dental problems can be painful and embarrassing and can cause kids... More »

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  • School Lunch Can Pack a Sugar Punch
    Aug. 19, 2016

    School Lunch Can Pack a Sugar Punch

    Children’s Oral Health

    Many parents think packing a brown bag lunch for their child is a healthier option than sticking with the school lunch menu. That can be true — as long as you're mindful about the items you include! Try these easy swaps to reduce the amount of sugar in your child's packed lunch. Ditch the regular... More »

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  • Summertime Nutrition on the Go
    Jul. 12, 2016

    Summertime Nutrition on the Go

    General oral health

    With summer sports in full swing, it's easy to grab snacks and drinks that aren't very tooth-friendly. Healthy, nutritious snacks can be just as convenient with a little planning. One easy change to make is to replace soda. Instead of sipping soda while watching soccer or softball, infuse water with fruit or vegetables (try cucumbers!).... More »

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  • Help Your Kids Have Healthy Smiles
    Feb. 8, 2016

    Help Your Kids Have Healthy Smiles

    Children’s Oral Health

    What children eat and drink can have a big impact on their dental health. If you're looking for a way to celebrate National Children's Dental Health Month, try incorporating some tooth-friendly choices into your family's routine. But don't forget to encourage good brushing and flossing habits as well! The saying “milk does a body good”... More »

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  • A Healthy School Lunch
    Aug. 1, 2015

    A Healthy School Lunch

    Recipes

    Ingredients: Smoothie ½ cup frozen berries 1 banana 1 cup skim, almond or soy milk Sandwich 1 slice whole-grain bread 4 slices turkey breast Dijon or yellow mustard Veggie toppings such as lettuce, tomato, onion or pickle Directions: For the smoothie, combine all ingredients in a blender and blend. To make it a portable, lunch-friendly... More »

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