Dental XRays News
10 Mistakes You're Making With Your Teeth
Taking care of your pearly whites isn't rocket science, but it's easy to slip into habits that could cause heartache—er, toothache—in the long run. We got the latest on giving your teeth the TLC they need from two New York City pros: Alice Lee, DDS, an assistant professor in the Department of
Hidden Dangers of Medical Scans
Over the past ten years, Jill Nelson, 52, a health coach, personal trainer and counselor in Chicago, has received at least seven computed tomography (CT) scans and close to 30 sets of X-rays for a variety of health ailments—from two separate disk fusions in her spine to a worrisome-looking spot on
Young N.C. Mother Found Dead in Her Own Home
Act 1: Police determine that Lucy Johnson was dead before the fire started in her home.
What to Look for in a Doctor
You know your primary care doc should test your cholesterol and vitals; you're aware your gyno should do a breast exam and ask about your cycle, and you realize your dentist should clean and examine your teeth. But there are other things an internist, a gynecologist or a dentist does (or doesn't
Remote Area Medical: Serving the Underserved
Part 1: "Nightline" spent time with the all-volunteer health care team in Wise County, Va.
Dental X -Rays , Brain Tumor Link?
Surprising medical news here at home today about all those X rays we all get dentists offices the Yale's school of medicine released a study. Concluding that a lot of sex race especially where children. They doubled the risk of a brain tumor. We asked ABC's medical editor doctor Richard to brief us
Dental X -Rays Linked to Brain Tumor Risk
Study shows radiation from older X-rays is associated with meningioma risk.
Dental X -Rays Linked to Brain Tumors in New Yale Study
Dr. Richard Besser discusses study and explains whether you should avoid X-rays.
Early Dental X -Rays Linked to Brain Tumors
Frequent dental X-rays , particularly in childhood, may be linked to an increased risk of the most common brain tumor in adulthood, say researchers who suggest minimizing the use of X-rays, especially among people without symptoms of tooth or gum problems. Dr. Elizabeth B. Claus, an epidemiologist
Dental Myths Debunked
Nearly a quarter of Americans avoid going to the dentist out of fear according the American Dental Association so how can dentists help their patients Joining us to tell us more and to debunk some common dental is dentist doctor Trey Wilson after Wilson thanks so much for joining us thank you so