Effects of Oral Probiotics on Subjective Halitosis, Oral Health, and Psychosocial Health of College Students: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study

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Source : International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health . 2021;18(3):1143. / SCI / Clinical Trial

Authors : Dong-Suk Lee , Myoungsuk Kim , Seoul-Hee Nam , Mi-Sun Kang and Seung-Ah Lee  

 

Conclusions  The results of this study suggest that oral ingestion of W. cibaria CMU can help reduce subjective halitosis and improve oral-health-related quality of life, and demonstrate the possibility of oral-probiotic use by college students without any difficulties or side effects.

 

Source : International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health . 2021;18(3):1143. / SCI / Clinical Trial  Authors : Dong-Suk Lee , Myoungsuk Kim , Seoul-Hee Nam , Mi-Sun Kang and Seung-Ah Lee      Conclusions  The results of this study suggest that oral ingestion of W. cibaria CMU can help reduce subjective halitosis and improve oral-health-related quality of life, and demonstrate the possibility of oral-probiotic use by college students without any difficulties or side effects.

 

 

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