Plaque and bad breath aren’t the only oral health issues you have to consider. According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, around 48,000 people are diagnosed with oral cancer each year, with close to 10,000 dying from the disease annually.
It’s estimated that over 30 percent of Americans above the age of 40 take aspirin daily. This common practice is meant to reduce the risks of strokes and heart attacks, but what many daily aspirin users don’t realize is that this habit is not without health risks.
Headaches can be a serious problem. Symptoms can range from mild discomfort that comes and goes, to severe and debilitating pain.
So what can you do to improve your situation, and when should you seek professional medical help?
Here is some information about common headaches and some information about when you need to see your doctor.
As National Colorectal Cancer Awareness month comes to a close, we wanted to leave you with some links to additional resources on new research, treatment and clinical trials for the disease.
Resources for Colorectal Cancer Research & Treatment
New Research, Colorectal Cancer- American Cancer Society
Research and treatments for cancer are constantly evolving—this site discusses new techniques for early detection, testing, and treatment of colorectal cancer.