The report by John Hopkins has strong implications for the prevention and treatment of arthritis, wiht senior study investigator and associate professor of medicine at the university Dr Felipe Andrade saying that these results are like putting in the last pieces of a difficult jigsaw that people have been working on for a number of years. Figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that about 1.5 million people in the US alone live with rheumatoid arthritis, with treatments including steroids, physical therapy and immunotherapy drugs. However, not all patients find these therapies effective so researching alternatives for treatment is now necessary. Dr Maximilian Konig, also involved in the study, said: "This research may be the closest we've come to uncovering the root cause of rheumatoid arthritis." Whether your concern is protecting your teeth or safeguarding yourself against the onset of arthritis, focusing on oral hygiene is certainly a good idea. You should try and brush your teeth twice a day, morning and night, and also floss your teeth and gums at least once a day. This will help to prevent the build-up of plaque, which is a leading cause of tooth decay - and it can also really help prevent bad breath since you're getting rid of even more bacteria than you would if you were just brushing alone. To help with this, get in touch with Surrey bad breath clinic Estetica to see how we can help you be fresh for 2017.
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