Whey protein is a popular ingredient in nutritional shakes and bars. Find out whether you should use this protein supplement and whether it’s worth the hype.
A dietitian explains how to minimize the danger of toxic heavy metals in baby food and when worrying is warranted. (Spoiler: Most of the time, it’s not.)
There’s some evidence to suggest oil pulling promotes good oral health, but it’s no substitution for brushing and flossing. Find out which claims are fact and which ones are fiction.
Are your teeth looking a little dingy lately? Teeth whitening is a safe way to achieve a brighter smile. Options include at-home products or professional in-office treatments.
You might have seen experts recommend all sorts of ways to clean your toothbrush. However, the best solution is actually quite simple. Here’s how to keep your toothbrush in tip-top shape.
Seeing your dentist every six months isn’t just good for early detection of tooth decay and gum issues — it’s also an opportunity to get screened for oral cancer.
Seeing pink in the sink after flossing? Learn from a periodontist why you might be seeing a little blood, when it’s important to see your healthcare provider and how to floss properly.
You just had your wisdom teeth removed. Now what? Oral surgeons discuss what to expect and what to do after this common dental surgery.
Not just a holiday staple, cranberries can be enjoyed year-round thanks to their many healthy benefits. But beware the added sugar. Learn more about cranberries here.
Oil pulling and chewing sugar-free gum are sometimes billed as home remedies for cavity removal. An expert weighs in on why these won’t help your aching tooth.