Could eating more pineapple and papaya help your teeth look their best?
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Could two popular and tasty tropical fruits help your teeth look their best?
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The Doctors share how a study found that the enzyme bromelain, found in pineapple and papaya, has been shown to breakdown plaque and possibly whiten your teeth.
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The Doctors have discussed the growing opioid epidemic in the past, and are now sharing new findings that experts say it's deadlier than the AIDs epidemic in the 80s
The Doctors discuss the ongoing opioid epidemic, sharing that it could take more lives than the AIDS pandemic did.
The Doctors welcome back Melissa, who underwent a procedure from OB/GYN Dr. David Ghozland to reduce the pain she experiences while having intercourse, which is called dyspareunia.