Articles By Craig Rogers

Craig Rogers
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Craig Rogers is an enthusiastic "natural product" blogger. Craig has written and published thousands of articles on obtaining and enjoying better health through natural and holistic means.  Craig's audience is made up of a very diverse group of folks, but his core followers are parents and families, and those with a keen interest in "health and wellness." As a parent coach, mentor, and family advocate, Craig has faithfully mentored 5,000+ families with an emphasis on holistic "wellbeing."

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Unhealthy Gums a Predictor of Cardiovascular Disease? Recent Study Suggests a Link

Recent JAMA study shows a history of Periodontal Disease is a predictor of cardiovascular disease, stroke, and early death for postmenopausal women over 55 years of age. The question is... does improving your periodontal condition reduce your chances of serious life-threatening disease? "Older women with gum disease or tooth loss are at increased risk of dying early, researchers report." According to the  Jou...

A Drug that can Regenerate Teeth and Reduce the Need for Fillings

Researchers from King's College London say they have discovered that a drug, originally made to treat Alzheimer's, has the ability to regenerate decaying teeth from the inside out. Ironically enough, this revolutionary discovery may soon reduce the need for artificial and dangerous synthetic fillings, which, coincidentally, have been linked to Alzheimer's. Drug Regenerates Teeth and Reduce The Need for Fillings The drug, know...

Can Remineralizing Your Teeth Heal Tooth Decay?

The healing of a cavity involves ‘remineralizing' the affected tooth; a process also referred to as ‘arrested decay.' Remineralizing a tooth doesn't mean the damaged tooth grows back. However, through remineralization, the tooth can return to its normal function and stop, or 'arrest' further decay. Remineralization - A Natural Approach to Prevention of Tooth Decay Remineralization does not involve the 'recovery' of the...

Revitin® Oral Therapy Based on NuPath® Bioactives

Research has shown that our mouth is much like an organic garden, including helpful friendly bacteria all contributing to keeping a balanced and healthy environment. And that's what Revitin™ Oral Therapy with NuPath® BioActives supports, a healthy mouth! NuPath® BioActives Supports, a Clean and Healthy Mouth! What do you think, is our mouth like an organic garden? Certainly, like an organic garden, our mouth depends ...

3 Essential Steps To Enjoying a Healthy Mouth That You Never Considered

There are many benefits to healthy teeth that if we were to compile a master list of benefits it would stretch out for miles. Our teeth and mouth are involved in many important things that we do every day… like eating, breathing, and talking. To live a happy and productive life it is absolutely essential to have a healthy mouth. A Healthy Mouth is a Precursor to Enjoying a Happy Life When we consider our smile alone we...

5 Dental Myths That May Be Hurting Your Health

Research shows that your teeth can speak volumes about your overall health, so it’s important to be informed when it comes to taking care of your mouth. Dr. Manny Alvarez, Senior Managing Health Editor for FoxNews.com, recently sat down with Dr. Gerry Curatola, founder of Rejuvenation Dentistry in New York City to debunk some common dental myths that could be hurting your health. 5 Dental Myth's Debunked by Dr. Gerry Cur...

Can Food Prevent Cavities and Reverse Tooth Decay? Taking a Deeper Look at Remineralization

Did you know that your teeth are not supposed to decay, and they are designed to heal naturally? Are you aware that tooth decay can be cured naturally, without invasive dental work, such as drilling, filling, capping and the extraction of damaged teeth? This may come as a surprise, but many dental experts believe that cavities and tooth decay can be treated naturally, and therefore avoid the dentist's drill.  ...

Can Tooth Decay Be Stopped or Reversed Without Invasive Dental Treatment?

Ninety percent of all people get cavities. That's a lot of cavities! Ninety-nine percent of all people don't like to get their cavities drilled out and filled by a dentist. So, it should be no surprise to learn that many folks look to natural ways to prevent and treat tooth decay. These folks are looking for alternative means of oral therapy, especially alternatives that do not involve invasive dental treatment (drilling). Are Ther...