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Dr. M’s SPA Newsletter Audiocast Volume 11 Issues 44 and 46

Audiocast #44 – Emulsifiers

The science behind emulsifiers and human safety is in question. What do we know about emulsifiers currently? Do we understand the mechanisms of risk? Can we make better decisions based on the science? We explore these questions and more this week.

 

Audiocast #46 – Fluoride

Why do we use fluoride to protect our teeth? Does it make evolutionary sense? What does the science say about the effects of flouride on our teeth? Can we do a better job of protecting our teeth via other avenues? These are the topics explored here today.

Enjoy,

Dr. M

Dr. M’s SPA Newsletter Volume 11 Issue 30

Dental Care – Why is it so important?
We have intermittently discussed dental care over the last 11 years with regard to oral health as well as systemic health. There was an excellent podcast between Dr. Peter Attia and Dr. Patricia Corby two weeks ago looking at all things oral health. I am going to distill the 2 hour podcast down into a manageable audio recording of the newsletter with some more information on dental anthropology and the oral microbiome.
Dr. Corby is an oral health researcher from Penn Dental Medicine in Pennsylvania and she is a wealth of research information in the oral space. Read more here – https://www.salisburypediatrics.com/patient-education/dr-magryta-s-newsletter/973-volume-11-letter-30
Have a great day and hug your kids,
Dr. M