Articles Tagged with british medical journal

Milk Study Calls Into Question Those ‘Does A Body Good’ Claims

Milk Study Shines Negative Light On Popular Drink

A milk study conducted by Uppsala University in Sweden has called in to question those famous “does a body good” claims that fans of the popular drink have been making for years. The study, originally published in the British Medical Journal and first reported online by the Washington Post, found that “consuming more milk could… Read more »

Tooth Fairy To Blame

Child Missing Teeth

Deciduous (baby) teeth are lost and replaced by permanent teeth. The first permanent tooth usually erupts at around six years of age, shedding the baby tooth. The mouth undergoes a transition period of mixed dentition until the final deciduous tooth is lost, which can happen as late as the age of 12. Loosing baby teeth… Read more »