If you’re interested in saving money, (and who isn’t?) you probably focus your money-saving strategy on the things you can afford to do without. For the most part, that’s a wise approach. A penny saved is a penny earned! Cutting out your morning Starbucks runs, avoiding snack purchases when you get gas in your car,.. read more →

If someone were to ask you what you do to stay healthy, you might reply that you visit your family physician at least once per year for a checkup (and as soon as possible if you are injured or become ill). You might note that you attempt to eat a healthy, well-balanced diet, exercise (at.. read more →

03 Feb 2018
February 3, 2018

Causes of Tooth Decay in Children

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Tooth decay in babies and young children, commonly referred to as baby bottle tooth decay, is the most prevalent disease among children in the United States, affecting an estimated 44 percent of 5-year-olds. It is more common in families of lower socioeconomic status, but may occur across societal lines. Fortunately, this disease is reasonably easy.. read more →