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While many claim the product has miracle whitening properties, Dr Cronin warns against embracing the trend because there's limited evidence to support if it's any good for you, or your teeth.

'It's unclear if activated charcoal is safe as there are concerns that it may be too abrasive to use on your teeth and gums,' he said.

The Old English name Godgifu or Godgyfu meant "gift of God"; Godiva was the Latinised form.

Since the name was a popular one, there are contemporaries of the same name.

Gargling for 20 minutes is expected, after which you can spit out the oil, and any mouth nasties you may have lurking.

While Dr Cronin doesn't outright slam oil-pulling, he's not sold either: 'If you want to give it a go there are no reported negative side effects of edible oils on soft or hard oil tissue, however, I do not recommend oil pulling as a means to achieving good oral health.'This way of brushing your teeth could come in handy next time you're caught on the hop and in need a toothbrush.

Estimating a date of mixture of ancestral South Asian populations Linguistic and genetic studies have demonstrated that almost all groups in South Asia today descend from a mixture of two highly divergent populations: Ancestral North Indians (ANI) related to Central Asians, Middle Easterners and Europeans, and Ancestral South Indians (ASI) not related to any populations outside the Indian subcontinent.

ANI and ASI have been estimated to have diverged from a common ancestor as much as 60,000 years ago, but the date of the ANI-ASI mixture is unknown.

Both Leofric and Godiva were generous benefactors to religious houses.

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Fruit peel fanatics believe you can rub discarded orange or banana peels straight on to your teeth to remove troublesome stains.

Dr Cronin said he remains unconvinced as to whether this is an effective procedure, and that while it seems relatively harmless, there's no clinical evidence to suggest it works.

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