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Estrogen Therapy for Osteoporosis May Prevent Gum Disease

Estrogen therapy treatment for osteoporosis may also help prevent gum disease, according to a new study that looked at the prevalence of periodontitis in postmenopausal women. Women over the age of 50 who took estrogen for osteoporosis—in which bones become weak and brittle from tissue loss—were 44 percent less likely to have severe periodontitis than…

Mark Cannon AAOSH Webinar

Webinar: Evolutionary Oral Medicine

Course Description The epidemic of chronic diseases did not start overnight, but has its origin thousands of years ago. The first sign was the shift in the oral microbiome, but then the other “gateway” microbiomes would shortly follow. How did this all happen? What can we do to “save mankind”? Action is absolutely required as…

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‘Backing it Up’ with Functional Nutrition and Oral Health

Oral health impacts the health of the entire body. You likely already know this! The mouth is a portal to the gastrointestinal organs where the digestion and absorption that we do day-in-and-day-out occurs. And digestion and absorption are how we interface with the food we eat. It’s where food meets physiology. If those key organs…

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Water Water Everywhere…and Not a Drop to Drink

That’s how 1/3 of Americans feel about tap water. They prefer bottled for a variety of reasons, and many claim they can even taste the difference. Truth is, bottled water is considered less safe than tap and in repeated taste tests, we fail to discern the difference. The Safe Drinking Water Act (of the EPA)…

AAOSH Leadership on the Dentistry Uncensored Podcast

AAOSH Leadership on the Dentistry Uncensored Podcast

Drs. Jacque Russo and Chris Kammer recently appeared on the Dentistry Uncensored Podcast with Howard Farran to discuss oral-systemic health and the future of healthcare. Listen to this podcast on iTunes >> To learn more about our 7th Annual Scientific Session, visit the event page >>

AAOSH 2018 at the Red Rocks Resort in Las Vegas, NV.

Save the Date: AAOSH 2018

Be on the lookout for what’s happening next year after our 7th Annual Scientific Session in Salt Lake City. In 2018, AAOSH will be joining forces with two powerful and like-minded organizations—The American Academy of Physiological Medicine and Dentistry (AAPMD) and the American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM)—to present one fantastic event in Las Vegas…

2017 Scientific Session of the American Academy for Oral Systemic Health

Webinar: 2017 AAOSH Scientific Session Preview

  Course Description In this 2017 Scientific Session Preview webinar, American Academy for Oral Systemic Healthy board member and program chair Jacque Russo will give a preview of the program and speakers for the 2017 AAOSH Scientific Session, which will be held September 15-17, 2017, in Salt Lake City, Utah. Each year, our scientific session outperforms…

7 Foods that Fight Inflammation

With the enormous amount of information thrown at us and incredulous diets going around making all sorts of false claims, what should we eat to get healthy and stay healthy? What does chronic inflammation do? It leads to all sorts of systemic diseases, including but not limited to cancer. The solution is simple: Stop eating…

Shirley Gutkowski AAOSH Webinar

Webinar: The Primal Airway

Course Description The epigenetic changes that have occurred to the face have changed the airway fast, by evolutionary standards, but slow enough to make us think that what appears as common is really normal. It’s becoming obvious that we are proving the Pottenger Hypothesis, that our food is making us not only sick, but changing…

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OMG, What’s OMT?

Over the last century, genetic changes have occurred affecting the entire face. It’s getting smaller. Studies from titans like Drs. Westin A. Price and Frances Pottenger have given us a framework of questions to ask today. Drs. Kevin Boyd and Marianna Evens are digging deep to see exactly what happened since then. The basic thesis…

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Can sugary drinks damage your brain?

New research suggests that excess sugar—especially the fructose in sugary drinks—might damage your brain. Researchers using data from the Framingham Heart Study (FHS) found that people who drink sugary beverages frequently are more likely to have poorer memory, smaller overall brain volume, and a significantly smaller hippocampus—an area of the brain important for learning and…

Dr. Kyle Ash

Webinar: CAMBRA: Changing The Oral Systemic Condition And Quality Of Life Of Your Patient

Course Description Explain the overall mission of CAMBRA. Understand how CAMBRA relates to the oral systemic connection. Describe how CAMBRA can initiate new programs such as COHI through like minded dental and medical professionals worldwide. Explain how COHI educates non-professionals or caregivers about preventive dentistry and medicine. Explain how CAMBRA changes the quality of life…