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Brush your teeth!

Not brushing your teeth regularly leads to gum disease, an infection of the tissues that support the teeth and is a major cause of tooth loss in adults. Swollen or bleeding gums caused by bad oral health may also lead to microorganisms travelling into the bloodstream, which could cause inflammation and heart damage.

Source: American Dental Association

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