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After a few days without stopping to eat, usually, always REACH US rush to regain our figure freeing the excesses that we have committed. And it is that if we won a kilo during the holidays or vacations, it is best to get rid of him as soon as possible with an emergency plan. If you find yourselves in this situation, do not give him more laps, the Express diet is a great choice! » Read more
In our mouth, it is estimated that you can find over 700 species of bacteria. Their presence is normal in an environment such as the mouth, but if these microorganisms get a suitable environment to overgrow organize, grow as a community called biofilm. With great capacity for colonization, the oral biofilm can cause cavities, gingivitis, and periodontitis. » Read more
The mouth is a natural habitat for bacteria that accumulate in the form of oral biofilm in both tissues surrounding natural teeth as those surrounding the implants. When a bacterial infection occurs in the “gum” (actually its mucosa) that are around a bone anchored implant it is known as peri-implant mucositis. » Read more
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Schedule & Registration Fee Of JEE (ADVANCED) 2017
The Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) 2017 [JEE (Advanced) 2017] will be conducted by the seven Zonal Coordinating (ZC) IITs under the guidance of the Joint Admission Board (JAB) 2017. The performance of a candidate in this examination will form the basis for admission to the Bachelor’s, Integrated Master’s and Dual Degree programs (entry at the 10+2 level) in all the IITs. The decisions of the JAB 2017 will be final in all matters related to JEE (Advanced) 2017 and admission to IITs.
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SCHEDULE OF JEE (ADVANCED) 2017
The examination consists of two papers (Paper 1 and Paper 2) of three hour duration each. Both the papers are compulsory. The examination will be held as per the following schedule:
Exam Date — Sunday, 21 May 2017
Paper 1 — 09:00 IST to 12:00 IST
Paper 2 — 14:00 IST to 17:00 IST
It may be noted that the schedule will remain the same even if 21 May 2017 is
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Candidates using the services of a scribe will get one hour compensatory time i.e., the end time will be 13:00 IST for Paper 1 and 18:00 IST for Paper 2.
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Kisses have numerous effects on the body, for example, we can help determine if a couple is an ideal through certain chemical compounds containing the saliva.
When we kiss, we convey feelings like passion, love, and … bacteria. In particular, one study has shown that in an intimate kiss (defined as a kiss contact between the languages of the participants) 10 seconds long 80 million bacteria are exchanged between the mouths of the participants.
In the mouth there are over 700 different species of bacteria, which also vary in individuals, both quantitatively and qualitatively: that is, the oral bacterial population of each individual is a priori only.
However, during the course of this study further observed that couples tend to have a bacterial population in the same language between unrelated individuals, being this similarity even more pronounced in those couples kissing, at least, 9 times a day. This means that in addition to exchanging bacteria when to kiss, they are on the lingual surfaces colonize a place long-term. In the saliva, this similarity is not so evident for long periods, because you have to keep in mind that constantly produce and swallow spit, so the salivary microbiota is “shared” temporarily.
The study data show that the higher the frequency of intimate kisses, greater similarities are found in the oral microbiota, particularly in saliva (as we mentioned, temporarily. At least half of 9 kisses daily are required to obtain a similarity than 50% in saliva, while the effect of a single kiss is limited.
Therefore, identifying the factors that may determine the timing and permanence of the colonizing bacteria in the mouth may help develop new strategies to prevent or cure oral infections.
Moreover, kiss causes various benefits to the human body, particularly important being stimulation level buccal saliva production.
This causes increased saliva helps balance the pH, if necessary, to avoid long periods of demineralization of teeth, thereby protecting against tooth decay, while the rematerialized by providing ions found suspended in saliva.
Saliva also regulates the presence of bacteria in the mouth, thus contributing to the reduction of halitosis, which in turn, if it is present, may involve actions such as kissing.
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There are many reasons why a tooth might break. Extreme tooth grinding can put teeth under enormous pressure; you may have bitten on something hard; you may have large fillings that have weakened the tooth; or gum disease which can make the teeth more likely to suffer root fractures. » Read more