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    Believe it or not, you might want to skip rinsing the toothpaste out of your mouth after brushing your teeth to get the full benefits of fluoride. According to a piece in CNET by Katie Teague, she discovered after watching a dentist’s video on TikTok that rinsing your mouth with water after brushing your teeth is not very effective. She began to simply spit out as much toothpaste as she could without swishing water so that the toothpaste could sit for a little longer. However, she still did not exactly understand why. That’s when she decided to speak with Dr. Edmond Hewlett, consumer advisor for the American Dental Association and professor at UCLA School of Dentistry. Source: Electric Teeth/YouTube According to Dr. Hewlett, it’s important to skip rinsing with water after brushing your teeth because fluoride helps make the enamel harder and more resistant to acids that cause cavities. He says that it is the most well-established effective ingredient in toothpaste, so you should always be sure yours has that ingredient in it. “When you measure a person’s...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are unlikely to meet with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge upon their return to the UK this September, according to royal experts. The Duke, 37, and Duchess of Sussex, 41, are travelling from their home in California to visit two charities in Britain, as well as heading to Germany for an event to commemorate a year until the Invictus Games in Dusseldorf. However, Prince William, 40, will want to avoid Prince Harry until he's had a chance to read his younger brother's memoir, according to royal biographer Angela Levin. Elsewhere, royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams told FEMAIL that the rift between the Cambridges and the Sussexes is 'very deep', meaning a reunion between the couples in the UK 'probably won't' happen.  Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (pictured in July in New York) are unlikely to meet with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge upon their return to the UK this September, according to royal experts  Prince William (pictured with his wife Kate in June 2022), 40, will want to avoid Prince Harry until he's had a...
    In this article AMZNVIDEO5:0805:08Shift in spending habits as consumers cut backThe ExchangeAs Amazon gears up for Prime Day on July 12 and 13, shoppers may be less enthusiastic this year about the big annual sale. "The explosive sort of growth year over year that we've seen with Prime Day, we may not see that any longer," said Nathan Burrow, senior deals editor at Wirecutter. For starters, soaring inflation has led to higher prices across the board, causing consumers to cut back on spending and become more wary of the kind of impulse shopping those intermittent "Lightning Deals" are designed to encourage. More from Personal Finance:Here are 3 ways to deal with inflationWhat people expect to spend more on as inflation surges58% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck In addition, as more competitors step up, Prime Day could lose its stranglehold on one of the most anticipated shopping events of the year.Prime Day prices may not be Amazon's best-ever offerJust because something is discounted on Prime Day doesn't mean it's the best deal you'll see anywhere, or even all year. Naturally, Amazon...
    Eat all of your meals in a 12-hour window if you want to live longer, scientists say. Restricting the food intake of mice to the most active hours of their day extended their lifespans by a third. Whereas solely restricting calories only helped them live for 10 per cent longer, on average. It suggests the combination of sticking to a low-calorie diet and fasting is optimal for longevity. Researchers claimed the findings show if you are dieting but eating late at night then you are not getting 'the full benefits'. Eating within a strict time window, known as intermittent fasting diet, has become one of the hottest fitness fads in recent years. A-listers such as Jennifer Aniston and Nicole Kidman are said to be followers of intermittent fasting. Jennifer Aniston (right) and Nicole Kidman (left) are two celebrities who are reported to have used intermittent fasting Restricting the food intake of mice to the most active hours of their day extended their lifespans by a third (stock) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Beer belly linked to 1,300...
    Two court-appointed mental health experts have determined that an accused mass shooter is not competent to stand trial in the killing of four people at a real estate office in Orange, but prosecutors plan to hire a specialist to provide a third opinion before a decision is made on whether the criminal case will move forward. Prosecutors during a hearing on Friday afternoon indicated that they are not ready to accept findings by a psychologist and a psychiatrist that Aminadab Gaxiola Gonzalez suffers from the impact of a traumatic brain injury, and want a third expert, who specializes in neurology, to weigh in on his condition. Gonzalez was struck in the head during an alleged gunfight with police after prosecutors say he carried out a mass shooting on March 31, 2021 at the offices of Unified Homes, a real estate company in Orange. His court proceedings were initially halted in early July to determine if Gonzalez is capable of understanding the charges he is facing and assist with his own defense. Gonzalez was quickly charged with special circumstances murder, but...
    In this article ROSTGCShutter | E+ | Getty ImagesThe entire cryptocurrency market climbed to more than $2 trillion over the weekend for the first time since mid-May. Bitcoin, one of the more popular digital offerings, also surged to more than $48,000, though it has already lost some of those gains. If you're like many investors, you may be wondering how you can get in on the action. That could include your retirement savings vehicles, such as individual retirement accounts.Crypto is a 24/7, 365 market, so you can't just leave it to chance like every other asset.Tyrone Ross Jr.CEO of Onramp InvestBut both bullish and bearish experts on cryptocurrencies say it's still too early to store those assets in retirement accounts. Tyrone Ross Jr., CEO of Onramp Invest, a provider of a cryptoasset integration platform for financial advisors, is one of them. That's despite admitting he owns a "whole lot" of cryptocurrencies in his own portfolio. Ross compares using cryptocurrencies in a retirement account to taking a beautiful, exotic animal outside of its natural habitat and putting it in a zoo....
    President Joe Biden’s plan to provide tax-payer funded pre-school locks parents into a system that benefits elites but does not factor in the needs or wants of every parent, experts told the Daily Caller News Foundation. “The President’s plan will invest in tuition-free community college and teacher scholarships to support those who wish to earn a bachelor’s degree or other credential that supports their work as an educator or their work to become an early childhood educator,” the White House said in a fact sheet. A study by the American Compass released this spring found that “most families see a full-time earner and a stay-at-home parent as the ideal arrangement for raising young children.” President Joe Biden’s plan to provide taxpayer funded preschool locks parents into a system that benefits elites but does not factor in the needs or wants of every parent, opponents of the proposal told the Daily Caller News Foundation. Biden announced his new plan April 29 to provide tax-payer funded universal pre-school to all 3-year-old and 4-year-old children, a move that the White House...
    As more people receive COVID-19 vaccinations, Disney fans are ready to return to the company's theme parks. Disney/Handout/Getty Images Infectious disease experts told Insider it's safe for fully vaccinated adults to visit Disney parks. Still, you'll want to continue wearing masks and social distancing to protect others around you. You also might want to wait to visit Disney destinations — many attractions are still unavailable. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. More than one year into the COVID-19 pandemic, people are arguably more eager to travel than ever before — and Disney fans are no different. The company's Orlando, Florida, theme park reopened in July 2020 after a temporary closure that year, and it's been welcoming parkgoers ever since. Disneyland in Anaheim, California, on the other hand, is set to reopen at the end of April. The timing seems perfect for Disney diehards, as vaccines are becoming more readily available and people are starting to feel more comfortable traveling. But many Disney fans want to know if it's safe to hop on a plane and ride theme-park...
    Happy Wednesday MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories:‘A life-changing achievement’ — what the $1.9 trillion COVID bill means for families with kids Alongside $1,400 stimulus checks and more unemployment benefits, the $1.9 trillion financial stimulus package passed in the Senate broadens the Child Tax Credit’s eligibility and makes the credit’s payouts more generous.‘Mask up, America!’ Texas abandons COVID-19 mask mandate — health experts say that’s a really, really bad idea ‘Only around 10% of Americans nationwide have been vaccinated, and many of the people at greatest risk have yet to receive a vaccine,’ says Barbara Alexander, president of the Infectious Diseases Society of America. My father’s divorce decree said he’d leave us his house, but he put it in an irrevocable trust. Is there anything we can do? ‘My father says he feels very guilty about the entire situation.’My financially reckless friend lives in the family home. Can we prevent her sister from selling it after their mother dies? ‘I’m not certain Mary could even afford the taxes and upkeep on her mother’s house, even if she remained there.’Your kids...
    HBCUs trying to bridge medical distrust in Black community amid COVID-19 Workers who lost jobs because of COVID-19 find new careers in these fields Do you know these lucrative Social Security secrets? Ad Microsoft Incredible Blanket Puts Humans In A Deep Sleep, Melting Stress Away Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/10 SLIDES © Provided by Eat This, Not That! 9 Foods To Avoid if You Want to Lose Belly Fat, Say Experts We all have our weight gain "hot spots"—those places on the body where extra pounds seem to shuttle, no matter how many crunches we crank out or leg lifts we perform. These trouble areas can depend on your body shape or genetics, but for many people, the belly area is prime real estate for excess fat. Extra fat around your belly doesn't just make it tougher to fit into your skinny jeans—it can come with significant health risks. Carrying added pounds around your...
    We all know someone who shrugs off their hearing loss as just another inevitability of older age. But really, according to the latest research, alarm bells should be ringing. Astonishingly, hearing loss in mid-life raises the risk of dementia later on by up to 40 per cent, according to some studies. That makes it the leading preventable cause of dementia, experts say. The Lancet Commission found that a deterioration in hearing between the ages of 45 and 64 should be treated immediately, and that simply wearing a hearing aid could significantly reduce the risk of developing the devastating condition in the first place. In fact its findings have revealed that if all hearing loss was promptly treated, nearly one in ten dementia cases could be wiped out. Astonishingly, hearing loss in mid-life raises the risk of dementia later on by up to 40 per cent, making it the leading preventable cause of dementia, according to some studies Professor Gill Livingston, who led the Lancet Commission’s review, says: ‘Suddenly we have an enormous opportunity to prevent disease. A lot of...
    Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas sounded a lot more like Chile’s Gen. Augusto Pinochet or Paraguay’s President Alfredo Stroessner than a United States senator when, in a New York Times op-ed published on June 3, he called for President Donald Trump to invoke the Insurrection Act of 1807 and use U.S. Army troops against U.S. citizens in response to the civil unrest that has rocked American cities following the May 25 killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. In his op-ed (which was headlined “Send in the Military” and is being lambasted by Times staffers and civil libertarians), Cotton used textbook authoritarian arguments while asserting that dramatic steps must be taken in order to restore law and order — and the use of local law enforcement and National Guard forces, Cotton insisted, is not enough. But could the Insurrection Act of 1807 be used in the way Trump and Cotton have recommended? Scott R. Anderson and Michel Paradis, in an article for Lawfare, discuss that 213-year-old law and how it might be used — or not used — in response to...
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