Study: Brushing, Flossing May Prevent Heart Disease

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Study: Brushing, Flossing May Prevent Heart Disease

Researchers at Columbia University found a link between regular brushing and flossing of the teeth and a slower rate of plaque buildup in individuals’ arteries, suggesting a lower likelihood of suffering a heart attack or stroke. What do you think?

  • “Yes! Another excuse to floss!”

    James Silverberg
    Security Guard
  • “I’ll floss when it results in something really special.”

    Ruby Milio
  • “I’ve been flossing since 1993. I’m going to live forever!”

    Anthony Powell
    Furniture Restorer