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I f you’re 65 or older, you might find that your dental health is iffy. Twenty percent of older adults have untreated tooth decay, more than two-thirds have gum disease, and almost 1 in 5 has lost all of his or her teeth, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Whether it’s cooking broccoli, living with pets, driving by a water treatment plant, or finding a leftover that’s been left too long in the fridge, hardly a day goes by when at least one bad smell doesn’t find its way into your nostrils.
We've had it drilled into our heads since we were kids: If you eat too much candy, you will have a mouth full of cavities the next time you go to the dentist. It turns out that's not quite true.