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VIDEO: Five-year-old's rotten teeth to be removed

Mother of two, Dr Rachel Maynard, tells the Victoria Derbyshire programme of her shock and embarrassment after discovering her five-year-old son needed two rotten teeth removed.

The Upshot|A Study on Fats That Doesn't Fit the Story Line

There was a lot of news this week about a study, published in the medical journal BMJ, that looked at how diet affects heart health. The results were ...

MEC blasts Hospital staff over poor diet for patients (PHOTOS)

Limpopo MEC for Health Popi Ramathuba checks a patient's file who was not given her medication on Wednesday during her suprise visit at ...

Fast-food eaters have higher levels of chemical that may cause infertility, study shows

The researchers also note that, although small amounts of linoleic acid are essential for health, high intakes are not natural to human diets, and ...

Running the Comrades Marathon on a vegan diet

He said the physical health benefits are very easy to understand. "Healthy, plant-based food is simply more nutritious than animal products, and there ...

Is Everything You Know About Healthy Eating Wrong?

You've probably put saturated fat on your list of deadly dietary sins. ... Institutes of Health, heard about the Minnesota Coronary Experiment (MCE) a ...

VIDEO: Children miss school due to poor teeth

More than 100 operations a day are being carried out in hospitals in England to remove rotten teeth from children and teenagers.



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