In babies and children with DDH, the hip joint (“ball-and-socket”) has not formed normally. The ball is loose in the socket and may be easy to dislocate. DDH is most often present at birth during a child’s first year of life.
Do you have bad breath?
- If you have bad breath, it can be embarrassing to be around other people, especially if you don’t realize people can smell your bad breath.
- What’s worse is that you brush your teeth, floss, and chew gum, and you can’t seem to get rid of it.
- That’s because bad breath is caused by more than just what you ate for lunch or dinner. If you really want to know what else causes bad breath, take a look below:
The esophagus is a connected tube from the mouth to the stomach and it helps to push food toward the stomach in rhythmic waves. The stomach combines food, acids and enzymes are together to begin digestion. There are some protective cells that line the stomach to prevent the acid from causing inflammation. The esophagus does not have this same protection, and if stomach acid and digestive juices reflux back into the esophagus due to gastric problem, they can cause inflammation and damage to its unprotected lining. Read more