Why Cavities Could be a Good Thing for Your Health

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By Molly Clifton

There’s some good news for people who’ve had a lot of cavities.

A new study finds these people are less likely to develop head and neck cancer.

Researchers say the lactic acid bacteria that causes cavities may also protect against cancer cells.



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