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Not brushing after eating causes more than halitosis. A new study finds that the bacteria can seep into the blood, which causes inflammation in the body.



 



Time to start packing a to-go toothbrush. It turns out that not brushing after eating causes more than halitosis. The bacteria can seep into the blood, which causes inflammation in the body. Now comes the first large-scale, long-term study connecting that poor oral hygiene to tangible health consequences, published in the European Journal of Preventative Cardiology.



 



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