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Word of Mouth: August 2019

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Hello and welcome to a brand-new issue of Word of Mouth – the Oral Health Foundation’s digital magazine.

This month, we released a new roadmap to 2024. We are passionate about helping people across the world achieve a healthier life through developing better oral health. With our new strategy, we hope to have a significant impact and create a better, healthier and happier future for everyone.

Find out more about our new strategy to 2024 by heading to page four!

In other news, cutting down on our sugar consumption is a difficult bridge to cross for many Brits. People turn to sugary snacks and drinks for many reasons – we recently found stress is one of the biggest culprits!

To address this, in this issue you can find a couple articles that should give you the tools to tackle how much and how often you have sugar.

Finally, in August’s edition, you can find our positive stance on the recently released green paper on oral health prevention and information on dental care for LGBT people.

Please enjoy this edition of Word of Mouth and thank you once again for your ongoing support.

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Check out our previous issues: 

July 2019

In this fantastic issue, we reflect on the success of the tireless campaigning for Jabs For The Boys, a study that links poor oral health to liver cancer and our new global guidelines for denture adhesives. READ WORD OF MOUTH: JULY 2019

June 2019

In the June edition of Word of Mouth, we look back at another wonderful National Smile Month campaign, in which we saw some amazing support from practices, organisations and individuals all across the UK. READ WORD OF MOUTH: JUNE 2019

May 2019

This is a jam-packed issue and in it, we focus heavily on the 2019 National Smile Month campaign. We talk about the launch, how to get involved with the campaign and our first Nominate a Smile winner. READ WORD OF MOUTH: MAY 2019



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