Archive for the ‘fall’ Category

Halloween and Healthy Alternatives to Candy

Tuesday, October 26th, 2010

It’s that time of year again. The weather is getting cooler, school is back in session and Halloween is just around the corner. To most children Halloween means dressing up, Trick-or-Treating and enjoying various chocolate-covered and sugar crusted goodies.

This influx of sugar can definitely wreak havoc on teeth, leading to more cavities and high dental bills.

But there are alternative options to handing out the beloved sugar-coated treats. And if you do it right, you won’t get a lot of tiny tempers turning on you.

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Season of mists, mellow fruitfulness and halitosis

Thursday, September 27th, 2007

Mark Steyn makes a short commentary in The National Review on yet another new piece of bad breath information by Dr. Harold Katz. (09/27 08:15 AM)

You learn something every day. I just got a press release headlined “Foul Fall Bad Breath Season Is Here”. Apparently, according to the world’s foremost bad breath expert, Dr. Harold Katz of the California Breath Clinics, this affliction is seasonal:

“As the temperatures drop and more time is spent inside, people with bad breath have nowhere to safely exhale.”

This sounds like something we need Congressional hearings on. In a low-ceilinged windowless room.

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