Poor Oral Health May Increase Risk of Meniere Disease


A study published in the Journal of Personalized Medicine reveals that poor oral health may be linked to a higher risk of developing Meniere disease.

Results were taken from 2.24 million adults who had oral health screenings in in 2003 and follow-ups for the next 16.7 years. “The researchers found that 5.0 percent of participants developed Meniere disease,” according to Medical Xpress. Jung-Hyun Park and colleagues from Mokdong Hospital in Seoul conducted the research.

Find out more about this study.

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