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Bioresonance is a therapy that uses electromagnetic frequencies to detect pathologies, bacteria, viruses and parasites as well as toxins and other harmful substances.
It can be used to reliably detect food intolerances, allergies of all kinds, to help with detoxification and is incredibly potent for treatments of addiction (to stop smoking, for alcohol abuse etc.)
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What is bioresonance in dentistry?
Bioresonance in dentistry is a diagnostic tool used to identify pathogens in the oral cavity by analyzing the electromagnetic signals emitted by the body.
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Does bioresonance cause any side effects?
Bioresonance is a non-invasive diagnostic tool and does not cause any side effects.
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How does bioresonance work in dentistry?
Bioresonance works by analyzing the electromagnetic signals emitted by the body and using this information to identify pathogens in the oral cavity.
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How many bioresonance sessions are required to treat an oral health problem?
It typically takes 3 bioresonance sessions to treat an oral health problem, but the number of sessions may vary depending on the severity of the problem.
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How long does a bioresonance session last in dentistry?
A bioresonance session in dentistry usually lasts 30 minutes.
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Can bioresonance be used in combination with traditional dental treatments?
Bioresonance can be used in combination with traditional dental treatments to provide a more comprehensive approach to oral health.
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Is bioresonance a commonly used diagnostic tool in dentistry?
Bioresonance is not a commonly used diagnostic tool in dentistry, but it is gaining popularity as a non-invasive alternative to traditional diagnostic methods.
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Is bioresonance covered by dental insurance?
Bioresonance is not typically covered by dental insurance as it is considered an alternative treatment method.
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Can bioresonance be used to treat oral health problems?
Bioresonance can be used to treat oral health problems by identifying the specific pathogens causing the problem and creating a customized treatment plan.
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What is the benefit of using bioresonance in dentistry?
Bioresonance is a non-invasive diagnostic tool that can detect pathogens not visible through traditional diagnostic methods and can be used to identify tooth decay.
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Cavities are permanently damaged areas in the hard surface of your teeth that develop into tiny openings or holes. Cavities, also called tooth decay or caries, are caused by a combination of factors, including bacteria in your mouth, frequent snacking, sipping sugary drinks and not cleaning your teeth well.
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A child should be seen by a dentist at what age ?
The first visit—and making sure your child has regular visits to the dentist at least every six months after that—not only ensures that their teeth are cavity-free but allows them to learn the importance of healthy oral health habits early on, protecting their precious smile for years to come.
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What is the role of hydroxyapatite in preventing cavities?
HA is a mineral that helps remineralize tooth enamel, making it more resistant to the acid produced by the bacteria that cause cavities.
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How often should you brush your teeth to prevent cavities?
Brushing twice a day, in the morning and before bed, helps remove food and plaque from your teeth, reducing the risk of cavities.
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What is the primary cause of teeth cavities?
Previously, we believed that having a diet high in sugar was the main cause of cavities. More research has shown that it’s more complex and different factors will have an impact on the susceptibility of a tooth to decay . The diet, the oral hygiene, the absorption of minerals,the type of breathing ( mouth breathing ), the quality of the enamel and the saliva , the genetics, all these factors will play a role in the decay mechanism.
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Can cavities be reversed without treatment?
Early decay can be reverse with a remineralizing protocol
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What is the recommended frequency of dental check-ups for cavity prevention?
Regular dental check-ups every 6 months allow your dentist to detect and treat cavities in their early stages, when they are easiest to treat and least likely to cause serious harm.
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Are children more susceptible to cavities than adults?
Children are more susceptible to cavities than adults due to the fact that their tooth enamel is still developing and is more porous, making it easier for bacteria to penetrate and cause a cavity.
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Can cavities be prevented by using chewing gum?
The xylitol in the gum helps prevent dental caries and helps maintain a natural pH level in the mouth. Additionally, the act of chewing gum also stimulates the production of saliva, which helps clear away food, strengthen teeth, and reduce the levels of acid in your mouth that cause tooth decay.
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What is the best way to protect your teeth from the sugar in food and drinks?
Drinking water after eating can help rinse away food particles and neutralize the acid produced by bacteria, reducing the risk of cavities. Brushing immediately after eating can allow the acid to soften the enamel, making it more susceptible to damage during brushing.
Heart & Circulatory System II
The blood circulatory system is a system of organs that includes the heart, blood vessels, and blood which is circulated throughout the entire body of a human or other vertebrate. It includes the cardiovascular system, or vascular system, that consists of the heart and blood vessels.
Where does blood get oxygen from?
What does plasma in your blood do?
What do platelets aid in?
Without the ability to clot our blood, we would…
White blood cells, red blood cells, plasma and platelets are the 4 parts of what?
What important process takes place in the lungs?
What allows the blood to clot?
What are the 4 blood types?
What does Deoxygenated mean?
What seeks out pathogens and destroy them to try to keep you healthy?
Heart & Circulatory System
The heart is the size of your fist and is a/an…
How many chambers does the heart have?
What are the 5 parts of the cardiovascular system?
The lower chambers of the heart are called:
What is a system of organs that transport blood throughout the body called?
A blood vessel that takes the blood AWAY from the heart to the body is called:
A blood Vessel that carries blood TO the heart is called:
Tubes containing blood are called
The upper chambers of the heart are the…
A tiny blood vessel that allows exchange between blood and cells in the tissue in the body is called:
Brush your teeth with fluoride toothpaste at least twice a day. floss at least once a day (one of the most beneficial things you can do to prevent disease in your oral cavity) have your teeth cleaned by a dental professional every six months. avoid tobacco products.
TMJ is another word for jaw joint pain?
What fraction of the normal tooth is below the gumline?
How often should a toothbrush be changed?
Gum disease has been shown to be associated with:
Our first set of teeth are called:
What is the common cause of dry mouth?
Mouthwash should be used:
Hard toothbrush bristles can be more effective than soft ones because tooth plaque is a hard substance:
The best way to store a toothbrush is under a cap:
How many teeth exist (including wisdom teeth) in the normal adult mouth?
General Health Part 2
Having good health is directly related to leading a productive life. The functionality of the body is interconnected between various organs. Keeping the organs healthy is essential for proper functioning.
What should be taken daily to ward off osteoporosis?
Sugars like glucose and fructose, provide instant energy boost are known as what?
What spice helps with nausea and motion sickness?
How many pounds of fat are needed to store 3500 calories?
What do antioxidants neutralize?
At least how long should your warm-up in your physical training session last?
What is the correct term for the inflammation of one’s gums?
Food high saturated fats tend to raise?
The most common type of diabetes is?
What organ is responsible for regulating metabolism?
At Dr. Roze BioDental Clinic Dubai, we are passionate about prevention and helping you to keep your oral health in top condition as excellent Dental Hygiene is essential to the long-term success of your optimal oral health.
Tooth Brush should be replaced every ____________
A child should be seen by a dentist by what age?
Black hairy tongue is a deadly oral disease?
Which of the following usually precede (s) gum disease (periodontal disease)?
Halitosis is the medical term for ____________
Tooth loss is an inevitable part of aging?
The best way to prevent gum periodontal disease is to…
Oral cancer that is caught early is treatable?
What causes tooth decay?
Poor dental health is linked to many serious diseases?
Having good health is directly related to leading a productive life. The functionality of the body is interconnected between various organs. Keeping the organs healthy is essential for proper functioning. As health is the state of physical, mental and social well-being, having good health is important.
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Substances found in food that help your body grow and develop.
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The parts of the body that work together to change food into a form the body can use.
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_______ is the ability to do work.
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A thick, oily, dark, liquid that forms when tobacco burns is ___________.
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God designed your body to change the food that you eat into a form your body can use. The parts of your body that change or digest the food is called the _____.
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Your skin, nails, hair, muscles, internal organs and even your brain contain no protein.
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Liquids in the mouth and stomach help break down foods into materials the body can use.
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It takes ____ to keep your mind alert.
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Many children with asthma experience more severe reactions when they breathe ___________________
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Food nutrients help your body to grow and to repair itself. These types of foods are needed every day.
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How many chambers are in the heart?
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Vitamin D is sometimes called the:
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Nutrients are substances found in food that help your body grow and develop.
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Physical health is.
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Nutrients from the soil that are found in foods.
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White blood cells that attack pathogens are called ______________.
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Your immune system produces chemicals called ___________ specifically to fight a particular invading substance.
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How many servings from the fruit group should you eat daily?
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Food which contains sugar and starch. Most of your energy comes from this kind of food. Foods with natural sugar or starch in them are the best source of this kind of food.
If you’re going to have any orthodontic work done, it makes sense to have it done by the best orthodontist in Dubai. At Dr. Roze Biodental & Biohealth clinics, we have many years of combined experience in orthodontics and offer a full range of treatments to our patients at very competitive rates.
Which of these parts of brackets is used to spot weld onto orthodontic band?
What kind of tooth is adapted for cutting?
Which one of these is NOT a way to treat malocclusion?
Which of these is used on premolar?
How many teeth does an adult have?
What is misalignment between dental arches called?
Which of these is not located in the oral cavity?
How many are the main parts of a bracket?
Which of these is done to prevent orthodontic movement?
Which of these pioneered the field?
Dental veneers are thin, tooth-colored shells that are attached to the front surface of teeth to improve their appearance. They’re often made from porcelain or resin-composite materials and are permanently bonded to your teeth.
Does it hurt?
What is a veneer made of?
A,B and C : Dental veneers are thin, tooth-colored shells that are attached to the front surface of teeth to improve their appearance. They’re often made from porcelain or resin composite materials and are permanently bonded to your teeth.
Do veneers stain?
B No : No, veneers do not stain because the material isn’t porous like tooth enamel which absorbs stains. If you feel like your natural teeth no longer match the shade of your veneers, then there are a couple of possible reasons for this. If your veneers are darker than your natural teeth, then it’s likely your veneers were created for you many years ago when veneers were made with a more porous material than modern veneers, in which case you should consider replacing them. Or perhaps your natural teeth are darker or more yellow than your veneers. This certainly happens with natural teeth. In order to keep your teeth bright, avoid teeth staining drinks like coffee, tea, and red wine. You should care for your veneers just as you would your natural teeth, by brushing twice daily with an electric toothbrush, flossing once daily and visiting us twice yearly for professional cleanings.
If you need your natural teeth whitened to more closely match your veneers, we would be happy to assist you with that as well.
Do I have to shave down my teeth?
NO - No. Your dentist will only need to prepare your tooth by trimming half a millimeter or less of tooth enamel. This is done so the special bonding agent has a better surface to adhere to and your porcelain veneer is more stable. With the bonding agent applied to your tooth, our cosmetic dentist will place the veneer then use a special light to quickly cement the veneer to your tooth.
Do veneers get cavities?
B NO BUT In short, porcelain veneers themselves cannot get cavities. However, the teeth they adhere to are still subject to decay, which is why it is of the utmost importance that you maintain a solid oral hygiene routine following your procedure Otherwise, a cavity can form underneath the veneer, leaving your dentist no choice but to remove the decay and replace the veneer.
Here are tips to maintain your veneers at home:
How long does it take ?
A Few Days maximum : You can completely transform your smile in just a few days as we have our own laboratory working exclsuively for us at Dr Roze Biodental Clinic. After your initial consultation when impressions of your teeth are taken, your cosmetic specialist sends the materials to our lab to make your customized porcelain veneers. This process will take between 1 to few days. Once the veneers arrive at our office, your next appointment will be scheduled. During this appointment, your dentist will apply your veneers and within a couple of hours, and you will be able to show off your new, brilliant smile!
Can I Pick the color ?
YES : During your initial dental consult for your veneers treatment, Our speciliast will discuss tooth shade options and recommend a shade that best fits your smile. He will match the shade of your veneer or veneers to your natural teeth. Or there’s another option: many people decide to have a whitening treatment and whiter veneers to brighten the appearance of their entire smile
Are veneers permanent?
A Yes and….B No : Yes and no. Once you have veneers, you will need to maintain them because your enamel has been removed in order for the veneer to be replaced. Most veneers last between 10 and 15 years before needing replaced. You can maximize the life of your veneers by practicing good oral health habits, just like you would for your natural teeth. Have a good hygiene routine, address any tooth grinding issues, use mouthguards when playing sports, and don’t use your teeth as a tool (please, no opening things with your teeth!).
How many veneers do I need?
None : This varies from person to person depending on the condition of your teeth and smile goals. You may only need a couple to fix minor cosmetic issues or you may decide to get them on most of your teeth. The most common choice is what’s called the social six, the teeth you see when you smile. For some people who have broad smiles, it’s actually eight top teeth, rather than six.
Why do people get veneers?
A, B and C : Veneers can be used to treat a number of different cosmetic concerns, including chipped, broken, discoloured, or smaller-than-average teeth. Some people may only get one veneer in the case of a broken or chipped tooth, but many get between six to eight veneers to create an even, symmetrical smile. The top front eight teeth are the most commonly applied veneers.
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Teeth Whitening :
At Dr.Roze BioHealth Clinics, we believe the best teeth whitening procedures not only give you a beautiful smile, but contain safe ingredients, healthy methods and are enamel-safe. This is why we have opted for the Zoom whitening treatments.
How can I maintain white teeth?
A, B and C : The best way to keep teeth white and to also maintain good oral health is to brush a minimum of twice a day and floss and use mouthwash daily. By practicing good oral hygiene, you can ensure enamel stays strong and stains on teeth do not develop.
Avoid harmful foods and drinks to ensure your teeth stay white. Also, be sure to visit the dentist on a regular basis for routine cleanings at least twice a year.
You can also come over for a second zoom teeth whitening with our specialist if you want to keep your teeth as bright as they are, knowing that the color will start to fade slightly after several months.
When will I see the results?
A. Your teeth will be several shades whiter immediately after the treatment.
Does teeth whitening hurt?
A There might be a slight feeling of discomfort. However, teeth whitening typically proves painless.
How long will teeth whitening last?
C- In most cases, the zoom whitening system that we use the whitening lasts for a full year. However, the results of teeth whitening hinge on your unique lifestyle, food consumption and commitment to oral care.
Is scaling or polishing necessary before teeth whitening ?
C Sometimes : While we will eliminate stains and plaque during the whitening process, teeth whitening is not a substitute for scaling and polishing If there is visible tartar on the exterior of teeth, scaling and polishing will be necessary prior to teeth whitening.
Will teeth whitening work on veneers, composites or bonding?
B No : Whitening does not change the color/shade of dental bonding/composite or any non-natural tooth restoration like veneers or dental implants.
Does teeth whitening damage teeth?
D- Not in our office at Doctor Roze BioHealth Clinics. Our teeth whitening methods do not cause any short-term or long-term damage to tooth enamel or dentin. We can help ensure to protect your gums during the procedure in our office. Alternatively, if you choose at-home teeth whitening products purchased over-the-counter, there is the potential for the bleaching agent to leak out onto your gums. When in doubt, rely on our specialist for a safe and thorough application.
How long does teeth whitening take?
B – Teeth whitening typically takes around 45 minutes to complete. The our specialist will educate you about the teeth whitening process prior to applying the whitening solution. This information session might take 15 minutes or so. All in all, the entire appointment will likely last about an hour.
Do you have to do anything special after teeth whitening ?
A Yes : To ensure the best results, you will want to avoid eating any foods or drinks that can stain teeth for at least 48 hours. This includes coffee, tea, red wine, juices, berries, foods with artificial colors, etc. You should also refrain from smoking as long as possible.
How much whiter will my teeth be?
C - Your teeth will be upwards of eight shades whiter from the initial shade. However, the degree of whiteness hinges on the hue your desire and the level of staining on your teeth. Even the mineral content of your teeth plays a role in determining the whitest possible shade.
Dental Implant :
Dental implants are artificial teeth that are placed into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. Dental implants may be an option for people who have lost a tooth or teeth due to periodontal disease, an injury, or some other reason.
How long does a dental implant procedure take?
A,B and C : The dentist restores your mouth with an implant in two phases and the entire process can take around three to nine months. It could take even longer if you have an extraction that has to heal, or if you needed bone grafts before the dentist implanted the posts.
What is a dental implant made of?
A,B and C as you have different types of dental implants made of Titanium only, titanium and zirconia, and finally zirconium only.
Can everybody be a good candidate for a dental implant?
YES – Almost everybody who is missing a single tooth, multiple teeth or all teeth are candidates for dental implants.
How long does it take for your dental implant to heal?
B : 3months: The average implant process occurs in multiple steps. You may require more than one healing stage. So, there’s a varied healing period, depending on your health, how many teeth you need replacing and other factors. However, the healing process generally takes anywhere from 6 to 12 weeks.
What is the downside of a dental implant ?
A.B and C which are similar to any oral surgical procedure.
How many sets of teeth are we “blessed” as humans?
B - Humans are “blessed” with 2 sets of teeth (baby teeth and adult/permanent teeth). When a single permanent tooth or multiple teeth are lost due to tooth decay or gum disease, dental implants can now replace them as the 3rd set of fixed teeth
How long can a dental implant last?
C a lifetime and can improve your appearance, your confidence and your ability to eat the foods you like, and participate in an active lifestyle without worrying about your teeth.
What is a dental implant?
B – A prosthesis used to replace a missing teethmade of a post/ fixture that is inserted into the jawbone, on the top of which a signle crown is attached.
What is the success rates of dental implants?
It varies from individual to individual and with health and habits. For a healthy individual with good oral hygiene and good health, dental implants are predictably successful with reported success rates above 90-95 percent
How painful is getting a dental implant?
While discomfort can vary between people, most individuals report getting their dental implant was much less uncomfortable than they anticipated it to be
Biological Dentist :
Biological dentistry is an alternative approach that focuses on the use of non-toxic restorative materials for dental work, and emphasizes the unrecognized impact that dental toxins and dental infections may have on a person’s overall health.
Does a biological dentist use dental ozone therapy?
YES – Dental ozone therapy is one of the most efficient healing therapy in biodentistry due to due to its strong antibacterial and wound healing properties
Does a biological dentist offers traditional services like cavity fillings or cleanings?
YES - Biological dentists also offer traditional dental services, like bi-annual cleanings, cavity fillings, and treatment for periodontal disease.
Does a biological dentist uses fluoride to prevent cavities?
NO – A biological dentist avoids absolutely fluoride treatments / toothpastes /mouthwashes …etc because of its toxicity and will prefer hydroxyapatite.
Does a biological dentist uses the same materials as a conventional dentist?
NO- Biological dentists use organic, natural, and biocompatible materials that are non-toxic and safe for human consumption.
Does a biological dentist remove amalgam fillings?
YES- The removal of amalgam fillings has become a sought-after procedure in the biological dentistry industry. At Dr Roze Biohealth Clinics, all our biological dentists are IAOMT accredited and following the SMART protocol.
Does a biological dentist perform cosmetic dentistry?
YES – Of course. Biological dentists are often specialized in cosmetic procedures, smile makeovers, veneers, and CEREC same day crowns. They will use ceramic implants, ceramic, composite or porcelain crowns and veneers and green line bonds and fillings.
Does a biological dentist performs implantology ?
YES - A biological dentist can be specialized in implantology and oral surgery. However, he will use ceramic implants as a safe and natural alternative to titanium implants.
Does a biological dentist use amalgam fillings?
NO- Biological dentists do not use toxic mercury and other materials that can negatively impact overall health. A biological dentist, however, will use composite resin fillings as a safe and natural alternative to dental mercury.
Does a biological dentists performs Root canal treatment?
NO- Root canals can expose harmful bacteria to the bloodstream, and chemicals used for sterilization during the procedure may result in long-term health complications.
Is a biological dentist a real dentist?
YES - All biological and holistic dentists have gone to dental school and have a DDS or DMD degree like a traditional dentist
Wellness is the act of practising healthy habits on a daily basis to attain better physical and mental health outcomes, so that instead of just surviving, you're thriving.To understand the significance of wellness, it's important to understand how it's linked to health.
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Yoga has a lot of surprising health benefits. Which of the following is NOT one of them?
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The human body consists of _______% of water.
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_____________ lowers levels of stress hormones and strengthens the immune system.
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Food nutrients help your body to grow and to repair itself. These types of foods are needed every day
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Which of these glands is responsible for controlling blood pressure?
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Like a fingerprint, every person has a unique ____________ print.
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___________ connects our muscles to the bones.
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Which food does NOT contain Vitamin D?
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The smallest bone of the human body is located in the __________.
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The ____________ lobe is the area of the brain that allows humans to hear and understand people speaking.
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Which food does NOT contain Vitamin C?
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Your body uses ____________ muscles to balance itself while standing still.
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An average person breathes in around _________ of air every day
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The ____________ nail grows the slowest, while the middle nail grows the fastest.
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When you sneeze, all of your bodily functions stop, even your heart.
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It takes 17 muscles to smile and 43 to frown.
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Vitamin D is sometimes called the:
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Food which contains sugar and starch. Most of your energy comes from this kind of food. Foods with natural sugar or starch in them are the best source of this kind of food.