Everyone knows calcium is essential for your body. If asked why you’d probably answer “It’s good for your teeth and bones and stuff.” But if we were to ask you how much calcium you should consume a day, you might start to sweat a little under the pressure.
Spring is in the air, and that means pollen is also in the air. The spring allergens bring an onslaught of sneezing, stuffy noses, and general unpleasantness to approximately 58 million Americans each year. But why does this happen, and can it affect your teeth?
WARNING – SCIENCE AHEAD