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Oral Health Foundation appoints new President

14th Dec 2017

The UK's leading oral health charity, the Oral Health Foundation, have inaugurated Professor Liz Kay MBE as their new President.Professor Kay will take on the role for a full two-year term with immedi…

Breast cancer risk up to three times higher in women with gum disease

07th Dec 2017

New research has discovered that women who suffer from gum disease are up to three times more likely to develop breast cancer.The study1, published in the journal of Community Dentistry and Oral Epide…

British Asian population facing ‘incredibly high’ mouth cancer risk, doctor warns

30th Nov 2017

A leading doctor has issued a warning to Asians living in the UK that they could be putting themselves at a significant risk of mouth cancer as a result of traditional high-risk habits.Dr Chet Trivedy…

Partners and friends open up about the moment those closest to them were diagnosed with mouth cancer

27th Nov 2017

It is a type of cancer that is relatively unknown but with a dramatic rise in the numbers of people being diagnosed, more of us than ever before are having a very personal experience with mouth cancer…

Are you Mouthaware? Charity reveals early warning signs of mouth cancer

15th Nov 2017

When it comes to cancer, we might like to think that we're pretty clued up. It's now fairly established that we should be aware and proactive in checking for an unusual lump to the breasts or testicle…

Women and mouth cancer: What you need to know about this increasingly common illness

13th Nov 2017

Within the last decade, mouth cancer rates in British women have shot up by more than a third (40%). Over 2,500 women in the United Kingdom are given the devastating news they have mouth cancer every …

Charity ‘concerned’ by study highlighting lack of awareness between HPV and mouth cancer

06th Nov 2017

A new study investigating awareness of mouth cancer in the United Kingdom reveals a startling lack of awareness when it comes to the disease and one of its leading causes, the human papillomavirus (HP…

Initiative to tackle problems with dental attendance in Emergency Departments launched

17th Oct 2017

A new initiative from the Oral Health Foundation to assess and tackle problems with the way that dental emergencies are handled by A&E departments in the United Kingdom held its first meeting last…

Health charity explores the facts and myths of charcoal toothpaste

03rd Oct 2017

Following research which has suggested claims about oral healthcare products containing activated charcoal to whiten your teeth have been exaggerated, a leading charity has looked at the facts and myt…

Asthma found to increase the likelihood of gum disease by a fifth

20th Sep 2017

Asthma sufferers have been found to be at a much higher risk of developing gum disease, according to the findings of an innovative new piece of research.The study, which looked at a selection of 21 pa…

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