Stone Age Dentistry — That Was Then

Scientists originally thought that dentistry didn’t develop until humans settled down and began farming. The resulting diet of high carbohydrate grains and similar foods was thought to have led to increased cavities. But researchers have found evidence that seems to indicate that dentistry goes back much farther than that. Archaeologists have discovered that Stone Age Neolithic humans performed dental procedures — and pretty well, considering the tools and knowledge they had at the time. Read on to discover why it’s believed dentistry began in the Stone Age.

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That Carbonated Water May Not Be So Healthy

It’s 3:30 and you’re thirsty. It’s too late for coffee, but you’re tired of plain old water. Then you remember that you bought some of that AMAZING carbonated water the last time you went grocery shopping. It’s free of calories, sodium, sugar, and artificial sweeteners, so it can’t possibly be bad for you, right? Not…