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Scientists Prove Human Ancestors Drank Milk

Scientists have spent decades studying ancient paintings on cave walls that depict animals being milked in an attempt to find evidence of dairy consumption. They have even found traces of dairy fat in pots. But scientists have never been able to determine if one specific human ate or drank dairy until now.  Modern technology has recently allowed archaeologists to test ancient remains for proteins specific to milk, and they can even tell you which animal the milk came from! But how? You guessed it. By their teeth! Archaeologists have removed hardened dental plaque, called calculus,… More

Scientists Prove Human Ancestors Drank Milk

Are Veneers Right for You?

Scientists have spent decades studying ancient paintings on cave walls that depict animals being milked in an attempt to find evidence of dairy consumption. They have even found traces of dairy fat in pots. But scientists have never been able to determine if one specific human ate or drank dairy until now.  Modern technology has recently allowed archaeologists to test ancient remains for proteins specific to milk, and they can even tell you which animal the milk came from! But how? You guessed it. By their teeth! Archaeologists have removed hardened dental plaque, called calculus,… More

Are Veneers Right for You?

Heart Health and the Dental Connection

Scientists have spent decades studying ancient paintings on cave walls that depict animals being milked in an attempt to find evidence of dairy consumption. They have even found traces of dairy fat in pots. But scientists have never been able to determine if one specific human ate or drank dairy until now.  Modern technology has recently allowed archaeologists to test ancient remains for proteins specific to milk, and they can even tell you which animal the milk came from! But how? You guessed it. By their teeth! Archaeologists have removed hardened dental plaque, called calculus,… More

Heart Health and the Dental Connection

Keeping Mom and Baby Healthy and Happy During Pregnancy

Scientists have spent decades studying ancient paintings on cave walls that depict animals being milked in an attempt to find evidence of dairy consumption. They have even found traces of dairy fat in pots. But scientists have never been able to determine if one specific human ate or drank dairy until now.  Modern technology has recently allowed archaeologists to test ancient remains for proteins specific to milk, and they can even tell you which animal the milk came from! But how? You guessed it. By their teeth! Archaeologists have removed hardened dental plaque, called calculus,… More

Keeping Mom and Baby Healthy and Happy During Pregnancy

When is it Smart to Remove Wisdom Teeth?

Scientists have spent decades studying ancient paintings on cave walls that depict animals being milked in an attempt to find evidence of dairy consumption. They have even found traces of dairy fat in pots. But scientists have never been able to determine if one specific human ate or drank dairy until now.  Modern technology has recently allowed archaeologists to test ancient remains for proteins specific to milk, and they can even tell you which animal the milk came from! But how? You guessed it. By their teeth! Archaeologists have removed hardened dental plaque, called calculus,… More

When is it Smart to Remove Wisdom Teeth?

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