Study Says Eating This Candy While Pregnant Will Lower IQ in Offspring

By Liz Ritter, Executive Editor February 7, 2017
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How to Eat Halloween Candy So You Don’t Ruin Your Teeth

By Brittany Burhop Fallon, Beauty Director October 28, 2016
Plus the ones dentists say are not that bad.
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Is Chocolate Causing Your Acne?

By Marissa Hicken April 25, 2013
The purported link between diet and acne is nothing new. And with all the foods we’ve heard that could possibly trigger adult acne breakouts, chocolate seems to be one that […]

Does ‘Sugar Free’ Mean Tooth Friendly?

By Brenna Fisher October 12, 2011
We expect sugar-free gum and treats to be better for our teeth because we know sugar promotes cavities. On the surface, it’s the right idea. However, new research indicates that […]

Tooth-Friendly Candy In The Works

By Marissa Hicken September 26, 2011
With Halloween approaching, we’re tempted by delicious, sugary, cavity-causing candy. Wouldn’t it be nice if candy were good for our teeth? While its nutrition is limited, sugar-coated candy (like M&Ms, […]

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