Friday Five Roundup: From Tooth Decay to SEO and Social Media

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Medical News Today

Should We Blame Our Genes For the Bacteria Behind Tooth Decay?



While human host genes may influence oral microbiome composition, it is unlikely that they control the bacteria that promote tooth decay, says a new study.

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Marketing Land

How to conduct an SEO content audit


A content audit, when done right, can help you assess whether your content is relevant not only to your brand goals and SEO objectives, but also to the customer's needs.

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Friday Five Roundup: Digital Marketing for Dentists to Social Media Fails

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Medical News Today

Four Effective Gingivitis Home Remedies



Gingivitis is a condition that affects the gums. Learn about four home remedies for gingivitis, how to take them safely, and how to prevent gingivitis.

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Quicksprout

How to Incorporate Social Proof on Every Page of Your Website

Every online marketer knows that the Internet is an insanely skeptical place. It's with good reason. Let's be honest. Our space is littered with faux gurus and hyped up promises. Your prospects don't know you well, and they don't trust you yet. Social proof can change that.

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Friday Five Roundup: Digital Marketing for Dental Practices to August Trends

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Medical News Today

Women With Gum Disease May Need to Watch Out For Cancer



New research has confirmed that periodontal disease is tied to an elevated risk of several types of cancer, such as esophageal cancer, breast cancer, and gallbladder cancer, especially in mature women.

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DIGIDAY

The State of Podcasting in Five Charts

After a brief period of slowing user growth, podcasting experienced a small uptick in 2017, rising from 21 percent in 2016 to 24 percent in 2017, according to a report produced by Edison Research and Triton Digital.

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Friday Five Roundup: From Dental Trends to Data and Facebook Design

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Medical News Today

What is a Dead Tooth? Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment




A tooth is referred to as being 'dead' when there is no longer any blood flow to it. Sometimes this is also known as a 'non-vital tooth.' Both tooth decay and an injury can cause a dead tooth. In this article, we look at the common symptoms, as well as how a dead tooth can be treated and prevented.

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CBC News

'Data is the new oil': Your Personal Information is Now the World's Most Valuable Commodity


There was a time that oil companies ruled the globe, but "black gold" is no longer the world's most valuable resource — it's been surpassed by data. Huge amounts of data are controlled by just 5 global mega-corporations that are bigger than most governments.

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Friday Five Roundup: From Benefits of Green Tea and Saliva on Health, to Social Media Trends

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Medical News Today

Could A Green Tea Extract Help To Treat Tooth Sensitivity?




Good news for those who suffer from tooth sensitivity! A team of researchers from the Wuhan University in China have developed a new material to better protect sensitive teeth using the most active polyphenol in green tea: epigallocatechin-3-gallate (ECGC).

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Marketing Land

Facebook Debuts Watch, Its Home for Original Shows



In an attempt to take on YouTube, Google-owned video-streaming platform, Facebook announced on Wednesday that it will begin rolling out a revamped version of its existing 'home for videos' that caters to the original, episodic shows Facebook has been licensing. Called Watch, Facebook's new video hub will be available on its mobile apps, on its desktop site and through its connected-TV apps, but for now only to a limited group of people in the U.S.

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