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Word of Mouth: October 2019

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Hello and welcome to a brand-new issue of Word of Mouth – the Oral Health Foundation’s digital magazine.

One of the key topics we dive into this issue is our upcoming campaign, Mouth Cancer Action Month.

In short, we want you to get involved next month by helping us spread vital information about mouth cancer and ultimately, help us save lives across the country.

In this edition, we provide some details on what you can expect in November’s campaign and how you can play your part in making a huge difference to the landscape of mouth cancer.

In other news, we also touch on new research that highlights the negative impact that sugar can have on our oral health and the rest of our body.

We also find out more about the success of the #SmilesAtSea tour after being awarded ‘Best Outreach or Charity Initiative’ at The Dental Awards 2019.

Please enjoy this edition of Word of Mouth and thank you once again for your ongoing support.

If you would like to receive Word of Mouth every month by email then please click here to be added to our subscription list.


Check out our previous issues: 

September 2019

In the September edition of Word of Mouth, we announce our new partnership with the British Orthodontic Society and reflect on our fantastic Moveit4smiles trek in North Wales. READ WORD OF MOUTH: SEPTEMBER 2019

August 2019

This edition of Word of Mouth features an overview of our new roadmap to 2024. We also give advice on how to cut down on your sugar consumption and how LGBT people can achieve great oral health. READ WORD OF MOUTH: AUGUST 2019

July 2019

In this fantastic issue, we reflect on the success of the tireless campaigning for Jabs For The Boys, a study that links poor oral health to liver cancer and our new global guidelines for denture adhesives. READ WORD OF MOUTH: JULY 2019

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