Friday Five Roundup: From Health and Fruit Juice to Digital Privacy

Medical News Today

Avoid Fruit Juice Up to the Age of 1 Year, Say the AAP

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, fruit juice offers “no nutritional benefits” for kids under a year old, and may actually be detrimental to their health. Unless advised by a doctor, the AAP recommends that parents don’t give fruit juice to kids under the age of 1 year.

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Marketing Land

Forging Customer Connections in a Privacy-Obsessed World

Using personal consumer data to target ads is a highly effective marketing practice, but also a controversial one. You don’t want to overstep anyone’s privacy or security, but you also want to connect with your audience on a personal level. It’s a tough balancing act, and EJ McGowan from Marketing Land is here to point you in the right direction with this article.

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Dentistry IQ

How Fee-For-Service Dentistry Is Making a Comeback: An Interview with Dave Monahan of Kleer

Fee-for-service dentistry is an enticing payment model for dental practices, but it hasn’t seen widespread adoption. Dave Monahan, a fee-for-service advocate, breaks down all you need to know about this particular payment model in this interview courtesy of Dentistry IQ.

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Marketing Profs.

119 Facts about Email Marketing [Infographic]

You may know a thing or two about email marketing, but do you know how many billion emails are sent on average each day? Or which type of email has the best open rates? What about the % of emails opened on a mobile device? Find out the answers to these questions, and much more in this colourful infographic.

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 Medical News Today

Dental Plaque DNA Shows Neanderthals Used 'Aspirin'

Although commonly associated with hunting and eating meat, researchers reveal this was not the case with Neanderthals from El SidrĂ³n, Spain. Mostly vegetarian, this group of Neanderthals possessed adequate knowledge of plants, enough for one of them to consume a plant called poplar to relieve his pain. Poplar contains the same active ingredient found in aspirin: salicylic acid.

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