Was Halitosis Invented by Listerine?

Was Halitosis Invented by Listerine?

Before I start, I am not saying Listerine invented bad breath — human mouths have stunk for millennia and there are ancient breath freshening solutions to prove it. The question is: Was halitosis invented by Listerine? The answer is yes.

It’s essential to maintain the stomach in good condition for the elderly. (Image:  pixabay  /  CC0 1.0)

Principles of Longevity for the Elderly

In the past 100 years, the lifespan of the average human being has increased by 50 percent. While society as a whole is expected to live longer than previous generations due to better health care, diet, exercise, and an active mind.

Some people are busy; they conduct their business wholeheartedly, but they disregard their diet. (Image:  pixabay  /  CC0 1.0)

Eating Disorders Lead to Stomach Problems

There is an ancient Chinese saying: “To let children be healthy, offer them one-third of hunger and one-third of cold.” “One-third of hunger” means avoiding overfeeding them, so that the food can be more easily digested. “One-third of cold” means…

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6 Foods That Can Boost Your Brain Power

Scientists have discovered that the human brain has the ability to adapt. With the right diet, your brain can form new neural pathways, alter existing connections, and react in new…

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Was Halitosis Invented by Listerine?

Before I start, I am not saying Listerine invented bad breath — human mouths have stunk for millennia and there are ancient breath freshening solutions to prove it. The question is: Was halitosis invented…

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Principles of Longevity for the Elderly

In the past 100 years, the lifespan of the average human being has increased by 50 percent. While society as a whole is expected to live longer than previous generations due…

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Food With ‘5 Colors’ Benefit Health the Most

In Chinese culture, food and medicine are closely related. The practice of traditional Chinese medicine places great emphasis on achieving balance in one’s body for the regeneration of the body’s…

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Eating Disorders Lead to Stomach Problems

There is an ancient Chinese saying: “To let children be healthy, offer them one-third of hunger and one-third of cold.” “One-third of hunger” means avoiding overfeeding them, so that the…

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Research Shows How Alcohol Increases Cancer Risk

Scientists can now show how alcohol increases cancer risk by damaging DNA in stem cells. Previous research has looked at the precise ways alcohol causes cancer; however, it has only been…

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5 Tips to Kick Sugar

To help you lose weight, become healthier, and feel better, cut down on your sugar intake. Of course, this is easier said than done since sweets are addictive.

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Music Therapy

Music therapy has developed into a modern science, but it was first developed in China. The Chinese have searched for the secrets of the universe’s melody and rhythm for millennia.

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These Foods Can Help Prevent Atherosclerosis

Many people think that cardiovascular disease occurs only in the elderly. In recent years, however, reports of heart attacks, strokes, or sudden death in middle aged or young people suggest…

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The Stress Connection: Lower Back Pain

Have you noticed that you have acute flare-ups of back pain more often when you are stressed? Whether it is a problem at work or an argument at home, it…

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Metal: The Purist

The ability to let go is related to the strength of the metal element in our body. The lungs and the large intestine are the organs that correspond with the…

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3 Foods for Winter

Turnips, pears, and ginger are must-have foods in the winter. What makes this odd trio an effective combination during the cold winter months?