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Is there an inexpensive test (IE: perhaps a form of litmus paper?) for keeping tabs on oral pH at home?
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I found this medical/scientific article that reviews 3 different saliva pH testing kits including a litmus paper test. Litmus paper strips are apparently ubiquitous and many such products available ...

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Is there a convenient self test for Glaucoma?
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Disclaimer: I have no formal medical or vision science training. Please point out any factual errors. My test is based on the idea that Glaucoma is indicated by pressure on optic nerve, which one may ...

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Bad Brain fog 15 min after eating but sugar test is negative
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Since the reaction occurs so quickly you might try the following: Troubleshooting Step #1 collect various food items that you usually eat (a fruit, a vegetable, a carbohydrate, meat, etc.) eat just ...

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How to restore mouth PH balance after lime soda?
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I asked my dentist about this and he said that you don't need to add anything to raise your pH because your saliva already produces calcium bicarbonate and it protects us from acid. We just need to ...

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