Thank you for joining us again for another edition, I hope you are continuing to enjoy a happy and healthy 2019.
In this issue, we discuss new research which illustrates just how much the health of our body can influence other aspects of our well-being. A new study has shown that premature labour is more common in women who suffer from.
We cannot stress enough the importance of taking time to look after your teeth and gums. The benefits will go far beyond a healthy mouth and this is one such example.
Over the last few weeks, it emerged there is an online telephone scam that is tricking victims into being charged premium rates to contact our.
We have more details about this fraudulent activity. We would like to use this opportunity to remind everyone that our dedicated advice line has one telephone number only – 01788 539 780.
In this edition we also touch on the need for Brits to up their mouth cancer knowledge, why regular visits to the dentist are so important and some timely oral health advice on how to smile with confidence following Valentine’s Day.
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In this edition, we look forward to what we hope 2019 will bring, what steps now need to be taken with regards to the HPV vaccination program and discuss the new NHS Long-Term plan.
For the last issue of 2018, we look back at Mouth Cancer Action Month, particularly some of your fantastic fundraising efforts. We also give some advice on how to look after your oral health over the festive period.
This issue is all about Mouth Cancer Action Month. The campaign simply wouldn’t be the same without your support and in this issue we dive into the findings of the first State of Mouth Cancer UK Report.