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Mercury Amalgam Documentary Theatrical Release Announced

Evidence of Harm chronicles the lives of three ordinary Americans who become reluctant health advocates after suffering from the devastating effects of hazardous mercury vapors generated during routine dental procedures. Randall Moore’s feature documentary Evidence of Harm opens for Academy Award®-qualifying one-week engagements at Laemmle’s Music Hall in Beverly Hills and IFC Center in New […]

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Notable New Research: Chronic Exposure to Mercury from Dental Amalgam

Toxicity of Mercury Associated with Dental Amalgam Mahmoud M. E. Mudawi, Mohamed A.M. Hagga, Ayman B. Mousa, Mohammed M. M. khir International Journal of Pharmacology & Toxicology. 2014. 4(1), 5-10.   Abstract The purpose of this investigation was to measure urine mercury level for a sample comprising 42 dental patients and 7 dental professionals and […]

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Notable New Research: Mercury Vapor Exposure

Mercury Vapour Exposure During Dental Student Training in Amalgam Removal Abstract Background Amalgam that is used for dental fillings contains approximately 50% elemental mercury. During dental student training, amalgam is often removed by drilling without the use of water spray and suction, which are protective measures in preventing mercury aerosol. In this study we measured […]

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Many Systemic Health Issues Can Start in the Mouth

Even infertility, explains IABDM President Dr. Blanche Grube in the latest issue of Your Health Connection Magazine. “The percentage of infertile couples has steadily increased over the years until it has reached epidemic proportions,” Dr. Grube said. “What most couples don’t realize and in fact don’t even consider is that their infertility can come from […]

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Notable New Research: Antioxidants & Heavy Metals

An in vitro study in the latest Archives of Oral Biology shows how pure antioxidants may protect oral fibroblasts against the detrimental effects of copper, nickel and zinc: Antioxidant Combinations Protect Oral Fibroblasts Against Metal-Induced Toxicity Symone M. San Miguel, Lynne A. Opperman, Edward P. Allen, Jan E. Zielinski,Kathy K.H. Svobodaemail Archives of Oral Biology […]

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