Do you kiss your mother with that mouth!?


The hygiene of the mouth and teeth is key to longevity and good health…really!

How to keep good oral health?

3 principles to keep good teeth and a good mouth.

  1. Brushing: At least twice daily. Right up to the gum & to the end of the teeth. Finish by flossing.
  2. Visit the dentist: Even if one did not hurt, a regular visit removes plaque. Two scaling sessions are very much recommended a year.
  3. Food: Eat only whole food where possible…so no sugar and other forms of shit!

How to contain the periodontal disease?

The periodontal diseases affect the tooth-supporting tissues:

  • Gingiva,
  • Bone,
  • Ligament (connecting the tooth to the bone)
  • Roof (thin layer of the root surface)

lump-sugar-548647_640Gingivitis, reported by bleeding when brushing, redness and painful swelling of the gums. Bacterial plaque is visible under consideration.

Easily treated if taken in time, they degenerate otherwise.

Periodontitis: loss of attachment of the gums around the tooth. Bacteria colonize the space between the tooth and the gum.

Only a suitable treatment prevents loosening and loss of the tooth. Consult a dentist.
These diseases come from:

  • the presence of pathogenic bacteria,
  • lack of protective bacteria in the oral flora,
  • weak immune response,
  • stress, allergies,
  • cardiovascular disease
  • poor dental hygiene,
  • chemotherapy,
  • factors genetic,
  • certain viral infections,
  • smoking
  • diabetes.

Oral health and overall health: the links?

They are closely related.

The mouth is part of the body. The mouth diseases caused by poor hygiene or an imbalance of the oral flora due to disease, drugs or risky behavior (smoking, alcohol).

General complications can happen: endocarditis (infection of the heart damage), nephritis (kidney infection), facial pain (shooting pain at the front), rheumatic fever, sinusitis …

The doctor / dentist relationship is very important.

Between the two practitioners, information must flow.

Under nutrition of an elderly person, endocarditis infection, for example should prompt the doctor to alert the dentist.

To know

Bad breath is usually caused by poor hygiene.

But it may also be a sign of periodontal disease, the tissues that support the teeth.

You should brush the gums even and especially if they are clean already. 7% of cancers affect the mouth and structures.

Solid food is no longer possible, brushing is more important (teeth or prosthesis) .It is necessary to see a dentist even when wearing a prosthesis.


So what the hell am I on about here!?

Basically, it seems that the connection between oral health and general health is very closely related.

So what is my parting message to you…Go and get a dental check up I guess, what am I? Your mother!!!

What the hell is induction cooking?


what’s the best cookware for induction ranges?

Why am I on about this? Because I used to cook in my dorm room on a hot plate, and for some reason I am caught in a wiki hole right now and ended up at induction cooking…so there you go, let’s get cracking!

What is it?

Under a glass plate is a copper coil, in every home, which emits a magnetic field.

When installing a container with a substance only ferrous (steel or cast iron), on one of the homes, this first heat because the pan comes into contact with the magnetic field, this allows cooking.

What’s the best cookware for induction ranges?

To test if your pots are compatible with this cooking system, simply apply a magnet under the container. If it stays stuck, it is possible to use this pan.

This is ideal for those who demand a perfect cooking quality, everyday, precise economical and fast.

Its similarities with the gas system and its benefits:

  • Two times faster than the traditional gas plates and precise, it allows to bring 2 liters of water to a boil in a record time of 4 minutes.
  • The order is instantaneous. ..Just press the button for it to change temperature in no time.

It’s also ideal for capturing meat perfectly suit your tastes, without that they will turn into cardboard!

Regarding simmering, it is possible to go down very low temperature which prevents food from burning and allows not necessarily stay next to monitor cooking.

Do you know the bit I like the most?

It is very easy to clean, just pass on the warm plate a damp sponge followed by a soft cloth or paper towel to leave no traces. Indeed as the home does not heat completely, even if splashes or spills, they will not cook and will remain liquid.

It is also an oddly satisfying task to scrape off any residue, but I think that is just me!

For stubborn dirt, you just apply a sponge impregnated with dish washing liquid mixed with white vinegar and leave before rinsing and wiping.

Aesthetically pleasing

Its smooth, shiny surface fits perfectly into any modern kitchen. Usually black, it is possible to find some white models, or gray or gold in some brands.

This makes it look super futuristic. I like that!

Very economical

It uses only the energy supplied in the container. The fireplace heats under the diameter of the pan used, so there is no energy loss.

I also like that a lot, I love to save money to use on other things in my life…such as porn and tissue paper.

Very secure against the risk of burns

It is used only with pans and ferrous flat bottom such as stainless steel and cast iron. Thus there is the container that heats while the glass remains cold.

Additionally it is equipped with many security systems such as:

  • Control lock to prevent children from playing with the controls.
  • Countermeasures to ensure against overcooking.
  • The temperature is usually automatic.
  • The cooker will shut off in the case of overflowing food.

More simply remove the pan from the fireplace to the plate stops. This is due to the fact that the plate is no longer in contact with the ferrous container.

Possible downsides, (with a solution!)

First objection that comes to mind: “Oh, you mean we have to change all the pots!?! “…
Rest assured: By necessity, it is possible, through a circular metal adapter, to ask about the home, use all the other pans.

However if you want to optimize the use of your hob and to enjoy all its benefits, it is best to use this method only as a first step in troubleshooting over the long term.


Summing it all up

So there you go, a very brief overview of a very boring subject. Don’t say I don’t treat you well 😛

If you want a more thourough overview, you should do what everyone else does and type into Google and then click on the wiki link!!!


How To Tie A Bow Tie


If you decided to wear a tuxedo to a wedding or to sing in a quartet “barbershop”, then you must learn how to make a bow tie.

The bow tie is not very common in everyday life, but fear not: it’s the same loop executed for the laces. If you do not find any similarity with the laces, with patience and a little practice, you will eventually tie your bow ties as easily!

Easy Steps To Bow Tie Perfection

Lift the collar of your shirt. You can make the bow tie leaving your neck raised or lowered. However, you will have better visibility lifting the collar of your shirt. Also, lift and secure the first button of your shirt.

If this is your first bow, stand in front of a mirror to better track your movements.

Measure your neck. Equip yourself with a measuring tape, stand straight and walk around your neck, stopping at the Adam’s apple.

Place the index finger under the tape to allow sufficient game: you breathe better once the bow attached.

Adjust the bow tie. Bow ties are one size.

However, you can adjust the width using a clip specifically designed for this purpose or by using the lapel of the shirt. Most bow ties include measures to adjust them the size of the neck.  Move the clip according to the size of your neck.

Pull the bow tie around your neck. As for the tie, one of the parts of the bow tie undone must be shorter than the other. More clearly, one of the two sides overtake the 4 cm.

Again, as for the tie, regardless of the side that exceeds the other in length. However, note that most of the operation will run from the shortest of the bow side.

How To Make Science Fun?


How to make science fun?

This is probably the question that arose Science World, Vancouver’s Science Museum, Canada.

To help them dig the subject, they appealed to Rethink advertising agency. This then created for them a series of ads that are not only informative but also entertaining and funny.

The posters, some of which are in relief (allowing to attract and intrigue passers), we thus learn all kinds of interesting unusual scientific facts. And always on the tone of humor.

Personally, I was really attracted by this form of original and daring communication.

This street marketing campaign reminds me that Volkswagen had done with his musical stairs which I told you about here.

Come on, blah truce, here are the posters with information that go with it. Feel free to give me your opinion in comments 😉

Burnt heads


Some scientists believe that people “daredevil” seeking thrills for those activities, which induce fear, increase their dopamine levels more than the average person.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter (a chemical released by neurons) that causes feelings of pleasure and euphoria.

giant stomach


The Sauroposeidon, the family of the Brachiosaurus, is one of the most gigantic dinosaurs ever found. He could measure 18 meters, weigh up to 60 tonnes and her stomach was the size of a swimming pool!

Eye muscles


your eye muscles are the most active in your body. According to a study, they move in fact over 100 000 times a day. It seems like a lot? Try to count how many times your eyes moved just to read this paragraph … Amazing, is not it?



When tested on the most common fears people, Bill Tancer (a world expert regarding the online behavior) analyzed research on the most common web that involved the phrase “fear of …”. It appears that two of the most recurrent fears are those clowns and height.

Here is his list of the ten biggest fears demand on the Net:

1. Fear of flying
2. Fear of height
3. The fear of clowns (or fear of clowns films)
4. Fear of sex
5. Fear of death
6. Fear of rejection
7. Fear of others
8. The fear of snakes
9. Fear of success
10. The fear of driving.

Turkey golden eggs


Birds swallow pebbles and small objects to help their digestion, and they are also attracted to shiny objects. But did you know that there are many stories about gold nuggets found in turkey gizzards?

Whale Heart


The largest blue whale (weighing a mere 136 tonnes) has a heart that weighs about 450 kg and 6400 kg of blood circulating in the body. This heart is about the size of a Volkswagen Beetle!

Vision of Fear


This fact relates to the organization survival reflexes. When the brain’s amygdala region sends fear signals the hypothalamus triggers a number of autonomous body reactions. Among them, there is a dilation of the pupils in order to capture the best possible light.

Consequence: our perception of space is increased and we see more clearly than in calm situation.

The rarity of diamonds


If diamonds are forever, they are not as rare as they say.

The high demand for these gems is the product of a very successful marketing strategy launched by the De Beers diamond in the 40s Diamonds have become popular for their hardness and their ability to refraction of light, which makes them shiny and beautiful.

But there are actually many other gems that are rarer than diamonds.

And gold?


2 oz of gold can cover this billboard.

The gold is a soft metal which can be easily shaped and stretched. One ounce (one ounce = 28.35 grams) can be hammered to obtain a sheet of 30 square meters or stretched into a yarn which would extend over 8 km! Similarly, gold leaf can be beaten finely enough to become translucent.

Scientists call this ability to be flattened malleability and the ability to be stretched ductility.

We are allergic to mosquitoes


The itching that comes from a mosquito bite is just an immune response of your body. When the insect you “picnic”, it sucks actually your blood through his trunk and injected simultaneously several substances with an anticoagulant. It helps that the blood easily passes through his trunk and his gut.

Itching is not directly caused by wrong or chemicals in the trunk of the mosquito but by the immune response of the body that fight against them. Our body then releases histamine, a protein implicated in many allergic reactions, to fight against harmful substances. Histamine causes swelling around the bite so that the blood rushes to the affected area, and this has the side effect of itching us.