Friday Five Roundup: From Hollywood Dentists to Ancient Dental Problems

E! News

Inside the Life of the Kardashians' Dentist: 10K Veneers, Wine Spray and More

When it comes to self-confidence, teeth matter. When someone feels good about their teeth, they smile brighter, bigger and more often. You can tell instantly, especially on the red carpet where a beautiful smile is truly valued.

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Facebook Has Ended Its Explore Feed Experiment

Back in October, Facebook introduced a new initiative to put Page content in a separate feed from content within a user's personal network. It was one of the first efforts from Facebook to shift its emphasis from advertisers to users -- and it would live under what the social media channel called the Explore Feed.
Facebook ended that initiative today -- which Head of News Feed Adam Mosseri called "a trial response to consistent feedback" in the official announcement.

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Sunday Times

Our Ancestors Had Dental Problems – Without Fizzy Drinks and Sweets

Dental erosion is one of the most common tooth problems in the world today. Fizzy drinks, fruit juice, wine, and other acidic food and drink are usually to blame, although perhaps surprisingly the way we clean our teeth also plays a role. This all makes it sound like a rather modern issue. But research suggests actually humans have been suffering dental erosion for millions of years.

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Content Marketing Institute

Content Definition: What Are We Even Talking About?

How do you define content? Does everyone on your team agree with your definition? Do the people on other teams define content the same way?

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Technology Networks

Nicotine Extracted From Ancient Dental Plaque

A team of scientists including researchers from Washington State University has shown for the first time that nicotine residue can be extracted from plaque, also known as “dental calculus”, on the teeth of ancient tobacco users.

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