Study confirms link between brushing teeth and heart disease risk

07/14/2010 | AsiaOne News

A study that recently appeared in the British Medical Journal found that people who brush their teeth twice a day have lower heart disease risk than those who brush less frequently. "Our results confirmed the suggested association between oral hygiene and the risk of cardiovascular disease," one of the researchers said.

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