One of the greatest benefits of dental implants–in addition to their natural appearance, ease of maintenance, and the ability to eat all the food you enjoyed with your natural teeth–is their ability to last a lifetime. But what does that mean? How long can implants really last? Studies Show Implants Last Longer Than Studies Themselves ..

TMJ, temporomandibular joint disorder, can make it rough all year long, but it can make it especially hard to enjoy your holidays. Headaches, jaw pain, and other common symptoms can turn a joyous season into a tortuous one. Fortunately, you don’t have to live with these symptoms, because TMJ treatment can often give instant relief. ..

Cold Hands, Warm Heart–And Migraines

New research suggests that people who get migraines tend to have colder skin temperatures than people without migraines, according to a small Finnish study. These results continue to strengthen the tie between migraines and other types of blood vessel anomalies. Measuring Skin Temperature of Migraine Sufferers Finnish researchers looked at the skin temperature of 41 ..

New Study Right in General, Wrong on Specifics

Obstructive sleep apnea results in significantly increased medical expenses. But just how much? A new study attempts to answer this question, but ends up with only vague answers. Worse, it fails to identify a solution that overcomes many problems and could lead to significant reductions in cost. The Worst Sufferers Absorb the Most Treatment The ..

The lifestyle of the average American is contributing to their poor health, and the increasing rates of sleep apnea in this country. We know that high fat diets and low levels of exercise contribute to sleep apnea, but some researchers have proposed that salt may also be to blame. Overeating salt is an epidemic in ..

Some people complain that with all the advances in science, we still don’t have a cure for the common cold. But at least we’ve got treatments for the common cold. Unlike tinnitus, which has no drug treatments that are approved by the FDA. Understanding why we can’t find a good treatment for this condition helps ..

Sleep Apnea’s Insidious Effect on Women

Although the majority of sleep apnea sufferers are men, women also suffer from the condition, and, according to a recent study, it may be even worse for them. According to the study, although women do not show some of the most common symptoms of sleep apnea, such as elevated resting blood pressure, they may have ..