American Dental Association Library Lists Book by the Inventor of the Germ Terminator Toothbrush Sanitizer

October 10, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
“Why Your Toothbrush May Be Killing You…Slowly”, a book written by James Song, a biochemist from the University of Michigan and inventor of the Germ Terminator Toothbrush Sanitizer, has been recognized and listed in the American Dental Association Library.

The ADA Library contains an extensive collection of books and journals, covering all areas of dentistry and oral health, including clinical, research, practice management and historical topics. The Library's services are primarily for ADA members and staff, however, certain services are also available to non–member dentists and other health professionals, as well as on-site services for patients in need of information.

Why Your Toothbrush May Be Killing You…Slowly describes one man’s mission to inform the public about a serious health threat that most of us have never even thought about- chronic brushing with germ-contaminated toothbrushes. It is undisputed by dentists, physicians, dental hygienists, and microbiologists that toothbrushes, once used, become dental biohazards. This book tells an alarming story of the silent, pathogenic germs that grow and breed inside the pointed bristles of our toothbrushes to be injected directly into our bloodstreams via the soft, mucous-membrane tissues of the oral cavity.

The Journal of the American Dental Association concurred with Song’s theory by stating, “Studies have shown that contaminated toothbrushes not only harbor, but also transmit both viruses and bacteria that cause systemic, localized and oral inflammatory diseases.” The book cites many similar statements from both the medical and dental professions.

The author of this eye-opening book not only states his theory, but he offers the solution.
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