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Hello and welcome to a brand-new issue of Word of Mouth – the Oral Health Foundation’s digital magazine. This month, we released a new ..read more
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22nd August 2019 Brits have an association with sweet treats that goes back centuries, with classics like Bakewell tarts and roly-polys ..read more
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22 AUGUST 19 Brits have an association with sweet treats that goes back centuries, with classics like Bakewell tarts and roly-polys still ..read more
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Sponsor, Partner or Participate We believe in creating strong partnerships with like-minded people and organisations who ultimately want ..read more
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20 August 2019 New research reveals that more than a quarter (28%) of British adults turn to sugar when put under stress.1 With half of ..read more
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Why are my teeth so important? Your teeth vary in shape and size depending on where they are in your mouth. These differences allow the ..read more
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Increasing costs are the main reason why people are put-off from going to the dentist, according to the findings of a new study. Research ..read more
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The Oral Health Foundation welcomes the previous government’s publication of the green paper “Advancing our health: prevention in the ..read more
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What are mouth ulcers? Ulcers are painful sores that appear inside the mouth. They are usually red or yellow. They are different from cold ..read more
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14 July 2019 “Would you like sugar in your tea?” According to the latest statistics, it’s a question that more than one in three of ..read more

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