To expect to be kissed having bad breath is the secret of a fool - Dejan Stojanovic
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This the renaissance of the quantified self. Just when you think you’ve read about or tried every device and app out there that helps monitor your health, a new one appears. According to a Q4 RocketFuel survey in 2014, 31% currently of US consumers are using a quantified self tool to track their health and fitness, food, diet, sleep and/or mood.
This time it’s all about oral health. Let’s look at some facts. Many medical experts believe that oral health is a window into your overall health. According to the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, people with poor oral hygiene may be at a greater risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease than those with good oral hygiene. The American Diabetes…
Mint tells you what you may or may not already know — how effective your brushing actually is and if that leads or doesn’t lead to bad breath. Through the app, the Mint device also gives you advice based on your oral health grade and tracks your progress.
Your breath holds important clues to your oral health. Understand what’s really happening in your mouth with Mint, the first smart oral health monitor that fits in the palm of your hand. Now available in the U.S., UK, and Ireland. Mint empowers your decisions with sophisticated breath analysis and insightful data.
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