Poor Oral Hygiene in Kids May Promote Adult Atherosclerosis

10:19 EDT 1 May 2019 | Medscape

Signs of oral infection in children predicted greater carotid intima-media thickness decades later, complementing known associations between dental health in adults and cardiovascular risk.
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