Friday, August 16, 2013

Connection Between Oral Bacterium Fusobacterium nucleatum and Colorectal Cancer Uncovered

Research was performed by Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine.

Oral Bacterium Fusobacterium nucleatum

You can read about this news here.

Of course, more work will need to be done to validate this connection as well as what might be done about it.

However, this is just one more indicator of how important your dental health  and how it correlates to the rest of your body.  

Keeping your teeth and gums healthy and clean is very important.  

Connection Between Oral Bacterium Fusobacterium nucleatum  and Colorectal Cancer Uncovered
This is true not only to protect your teeth and gums, avoid tooth loss and prevent expensive treatments, but also for the rest of your body.

Researchers have found connections between dental disease and cancer, lung infections, heart disease, stroke, diabetes and a host of other diseases.  

They have been noticing these connections for years, no decades.  But, it is still hard to understand the mechanisms behind these. 

Nothing New About This

Ancient wisdom showed us the same truth.   For example, aren't farmers always checking the health of animals before they purchase them?  Don't they always look in the mouth?    The concept is that an animal with an unhealthy mouth probably has other problems too.

That's where that saying,  "Don't look a gift horse in the mouth". Comes from.

You see, your dental health is vitally important to the rest of the body's health and to your longevity as well.   Does this mean that you need great dental health to live longer?

oral bacteria fusobacterium related to colorectal cancerSincerely,

(thinking about drinking more water now)

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