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Athletes: think about protecting your oral flora!

High-level athletes are more vulnerable to cavities and gum disease (gingivitis), dental plaque, chronic dental diseases… Is their mouth more fragile? A study of the oral microbiota of professional rugby players by a French team seems to confirm it.   Since a number of observations were m...
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Colorectal cancer: what does our oral microbiota reveal?

A group of Irish researchers has shown that bacteria of the oral cavity might play a role in the development of gastrointestinal cancer. Their detection in the intestines could help identify early on individuals at risk.   Several studies have previously shown that the intestinal microbio...
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Crohn’s disease is associated to an imbalance in the oral microbiota

Chinese researchers discovered that the oral microbiota of patients with chronic inflammatory bowel disease is less diversified than that of healthy people.   Pr. Martine Bonnaure-Mallet, a researcher at the Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale(Inserm), reminds us tha...
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