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New study suggests chewing one additional piece of sugar-free gum per day could reduce global dental expenditures from treating tooth decay by $4.1 billion a year

New study suggests chewing one additional piece of sugar-free gum per day could reduce global dental expenditures from treating tooth decay by $4.1 billion a year   World-first data study in the American Journal of Dentistry builds on evidence to support the benefits of sugar-free gum in oral care   New Delhi 25, May 2017

New research shows exposure to household air pollution increases heart disease

  Stockholm, Sweden, June 27, 2016 – The increased risk of developing heart disease due to daily air pollution exposure are highlighted in several new studies, reports Blueair, a global leader in mobile indoor air cleaning technologies. “The latest findings firmly underline the cradle-to-grave threats to human health and wellness by air pollution, both inside

High Voltage, Short Pulsed Electric Fields Hold Promise to Reveal the Enigma of Scars and to Induce Scarless Tissue Regeneration

11 October 2013 — High voltage, short pulsed electric fields, used for disinfection and solid tumor destruction, selectively damage cell membranes, while preserving overall tissue structure, a phenomenon that may be a key factor in scarless tissue regeneration. The enigma of scars has puzzled human mind for thousands of years. Any organ or tissue after

CFA Institute Honors Outstanding Investment Professionals for Key Contributions to the Profession

Ng Kok Song of Government of Singapore Investment Corporation received award at 66th Annual Conference Singapore, 28 May 2013 CFA Institute, the global association of investment professionals that sets the standard for professional excellence, honors Ng Kok Song (Thomas L. Hansberger Leadership in Global Investment Award), Robert R. Johnson, PhD, CFA (Alfred C. “Pete” Morley Distinguished Service Award), Joan Payden,