Centenarians and their offspring had better oral health than people of the same age who died before 100
(dailyRx News) People who live to be 100 years old or more are likely in very good health. New research suggests that it all might start in the mouth.
A recent study found that people over the age of 100 and their children had better oral health than people who did not live past 100 and their children.
The researchers discovered that better oral health was associated with lower odds of disease and better overall health.Read more from RxWiki HERE.