Organisations are supporting World Antibiotic Awareness Week by reminding the dental profession about the importance of using antibiotics judiciously.
A new study breaks new ground by evaluating a nationally representative sample of infant and toddler diets and consumption of added sugars.
The UK’s largest network of dental practices has revealed the top five festive drinks from national coffee chains that are worst for your teeth.
Oral health has featured prominently in the Health Funding in Northern Ireland report, published by Westminster Northern Ireland Affairs Committee.
The Oral Health Foundation were joined by supporters at the Houses of Parliament, as the charity launched this year’s Mouth Cancer Action Month.
New data from Scotland shows that children's dental health has improved, but more needs to be done to tackle persistent oral health inequalities.
Children who watch over 90 minutes of television a day are more likely to eat sugar and suffer from tooth decay, according to findings of a new study.
The BDA has applauded the report from former CMO Sally Davies, for offering a dual response to the challenges of childhood obesity and tooth decay.
Health charity urges Brits to ditch sugary drinks in favour of healthier alternatives, as new research shows increased risk of type 2 diabetes.
The Oral Health Foundation is building up to this year’s Mouth Cancer Action Month by calling on everybody to be ‘mouthaware’.
A child’s formative years are crucial and new guidelines suggest that milk and water are the only things children aged five and under should drink.
The BDA has welcomed progress in the war on tooth decay, as statistics show continued fall in the number of children with fillings/facing extractions.
The BDA has called for urgent action from government, as growing recruitment crisis has left patients facing 12 month waits for a dental appointment.
Elite athletes have high rates of oral disease despite brushing their teeth more frequently than most people, finds a new UCL study.
Oral Health Foundation is calling on employers to do more to combat stress and offer more support to their employees to maintain good oral health.
A school head teacher is among more than 90 people objecting to a new fast food restaurant in Llanishen, Cardiff.
The UK Government says England will be smoke-free by 2030. But how will it get there?