Thursday, September 9, 2010

Health And Wealth: Stress

Health And Wealth: Stress: "“Almost one half of Canadians complain they are experiencing moderate to high levels of stress trying to balance their jobs and their home l..."

Tongue Care

Bacteria that hide on the back of your tongue can produce sulfur gases that cause bad breath, says a report in the Prince George Citizen newspaper. “Bacteria thrive in a dry, oxygen-free environment which is why they live in the crevices and pits away from the air we send down to our lungs,” states the report. Brushing and flossing your teeth will help, but only about 25 percent of bacteria are eliminated by brushing. Dentist Allan Grove believes that tongue scraping, an ancient tradition in Europe, is “the single most important thing you can do to prevent bad breath.” Using a plastic scraper “is far better than a brush for keeping the tongue clean and pink,” says the Citizen