Oat milk is a popular alternative to cow’s milk (à la almond or soy milk) that’s made from oats, water and sometimes a few additional ingredients. It typically has a bit more protein and fiber than other kinds of nondairy milks but also more calories and carbohydrates.
In studies, electric toothbrushes tend to show a decrease in plaque and gingivitis compared to regular brushing. But you do not need to use an electric toothbrush to clean your teeth effectively, a dental hygienist says.
Black box warnings, also called boxed warnings, are required by the FDA for certain medications that carry serious safety risks. Your healthcare provider and pharmacist should discuss with you when writing and filling your prescription.
Actually, a federal law prevent medical insurers from raising your rates or dropping your coverage based on genetic test results. A genetic counselor explains.
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