Scientists told about the frequent risk of oral infections in children
Researchers from the University of Helsinki conducted an experiment that lasted 26 years.
According to the data obtained, regular infections in childhood increase the risk of atherosclerosis in adulthood.
In their experiment, academicians focused on the analysis of cardiovascular risk factors at once at several time points.
As a result, it turned out that all the kids who suffered from bleeding, had caries or put fillings, the chance of developing atherosclerosis was increased by 68%, 89%, 70%.
It is noted that belonging to one or another sex did not play any value.
And of all the subjects, only 5% of the children were completely healthy, while 61% and 34% of the children had various ailments of the oral cavity.