Study links gum disease in pets to
heart problems, other health issues
In an alarming new study, gum disease, which can occur in up to 75 percent of dogs and cats by middle age, has been linked to the occurrence of heart disease.
The relation between gum disease and life-threatening diseases in dogs and cats is so clear, pet health officials have coined a phrase, "Silent Killer of Pets," to describe it.
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More Media for CoQ10! Oral Health Supplement Featured in Dentistry Today.
The nation’s leading clinical news magazine for dentists features Oxyfresh’s unique lemon-mint Power Rinse.
Dimensions has recognized four Oxyfresh products for their ability to help alleviate symptoms of dry mouth.
HUGE Media Hit For CoQ10! Full-Page Exposure In Modern Hygienist.
Thousands of people across the nation learned about Oxyfresh dental products recently thanks to a write-up in Dimensions of Dental Hygiene.
Oxyfresh mouthrinses were among a handful of products selected to be included in the piece, titled “Beating Bad Breath.”
USA Today. highlights Oxyfresh mouthrinses in a write-up about overcoming the challenges of bad breath.
Desert Living, the Southwest’s premiere lifestyle magazine, features our lemon-mint Power Rinse.
The December 2007 issue of Prevention highlights the importance of oral health care for your pets.
The August 2007 issue of Esquire Magazine has a write-up about bad breath, and features our Power Rinse!
Antioxidants and stress relief are the key to preventing premature aging
There is currently a lot of talk in the press on the subject of antioxidants and how effective they are in preventing excessive free-radical damage — or “oxidative stress.”
Back off sugary sodas,
health officials warn
A spoon full of sugar may help the medicine go down, but Americans are consuming far too much of the sweet stuff … and it could pose serious health risks including obesity, tooth decay, diabetes and heart disease, health officials said.
Got fresh breath? It could add years to your life!
Growing medical evidence that supports the connection between periodontal disease and heart disease apparently has not had much impact on motivating people to comply with effective oral hygiene procedures, such as cleaning between teeth.
Men Can Have Brittle Bones, Too
The American College of Physicians released new clinical guidelines in June 2009 on screening men for osteoporosis. This is good information to share with your dad, brother, husband … and any other man in your life.
New study reveals xylitol inhibits the formation of biofilms
As studies continue to pour in supporting the efficacy, health benefits and unsurpassed safety record of xylitol, dental professionals are intrigued with new research that shows the natural sweetener is efficient in preventing the formation of biofilm.
Stress Can Ravage the Body, Unless the Mind Says No
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Studies suggest that high levels of stress can lead to obesity and trigger a raft of diseases — from heart attacks to ulcers. These and other stress-related diseases sicken millions of people each year in the U.S., says brain researcher Bruce McEwen at the Rockefeller University in New York.
Studies link CoQ10 with various health benefits
Named for its prevalence in most living cells, ubiquinone or coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) was discovered in the 1950s. Since then, it has become apparent as a vital part of the electron transport chain, a critical part of the energy production process.
The Sweet Truth: Xylitol Lowers Risk of Tooth Decay
The popular sugar substitute Xylitol, which has 40 percent fewer calories than sugar, is approved in more than 35 countries, including the United States, for use in food products, pharmaceuticals, and oral health products.
Experts Call For Warning Label On Potentially Harmful Energy Drinks
With some energy drinking packing as much caffeine as 14 cans of Coke, scientists are calling for a warning label on the popular high-octane beverages.
Oxyfresh, the Clear Choice
“Today” show on NBC reports on a consumer lawsuit against Proctor & Gamble, maker of Crest Pro-Health Rinse.
In a society that places such a heavy emphasis on sparkling white teeth, it’s ironic that so many major mouthrinses use dyes to color their product — and quite possibly your teeth!
Yerba Maté: The "Ultimate Super Food"
The “Today” segment featured Andrew Zimmern of the Travel Channel, who told the national audience that Yerba Maté is a unique food that is quickly gaining international popularity because the herb is loaded with antioxidants and other nutrients that deliver significant health benefits.
Six Tips For Proper Nutrition
There are seven main types of nutrients that the human body requires in order to maintain proper health. Those major nutrients are carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals, fiber, and water. It is important for all seven of these nutrients to be consumed on a daily basis in order to build and maintain health.
Xylitol, Undisputed Cavity Fighter
Just in time for Children’s Dental Health Month, the “Today” show earlier this week broadcast a segment promoting the oral health benefits of xylitol, a natural sweetener found in Oxyfresh dental products.
Oral Disease, “Silent Killer of Pets”
Your pet’s oral health is more important than you think. Does your pet suffer from “doggie breath?” The type that makes you avoid putting your face too close to his mouth for fear of being knocked over by the awful smell? The problem could present a serious health risk.
Top 5 Ways To Reduce Stress
Stress is an unfortunate condition that affects more and more people everyday in our hectic, fast paced society. Stress is something that every person has to manage on a daily basis. However, being “stressed out” is an unhealthy condition.
Things You Need To Know About Tooth Whitening!
What system produces the best results? How much does it cost to get optimum results? How much time will it take? And, how hassle-free is the process?
California Considers Energy Drink Warning Labels
Due to growing health concerns, beverages containing high amounts of caffeine — including sodas and energy drinks — may soon be required to have warning labels in California. Primorye OTG offers an alternative!
Healthy, bright smiles scream success!
A great-looking, friendly smile is one of the first things people notice about each other, so it should come as no surprise that improvements to your smile can make you happier and more successful.
Adaptogens: Generators of Adaptation
Stress is a major problem that affects everyone in the world today. Adaptogens can help you deal with the stress of everyday life.
Calcium supplements may lower the risk of fractures in people over the age of 50 by more than 10 percent.
An Analysis of Yerba Maté
The following is an analysis of Yerba Maté. This report provides an in-depth look at the vital role Yerba Maté plays in weight loss.
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