HPV, which can cause genital and anal warts, is the most commonly transmitted sexual infection in the United States. Usually, the immune system clears the infection, but in some cases the virus persists in the body. And persistent infection with certain HPV strains can eventually lead to cancer — with cervical cancer the best known. HPV can also invade the mouth during oral sex. Those infections usually cause no symptoms, but a lingering infection with a cancer-linked strain can lead to oropharyngeal cancer, which affects the back of the throat, base of the tongue and tonsils.
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What is the right technique to brush my teeth? Everyone brushes their teeth, but brushing with the right technique is something not everyone is aware of. To brush right, you must divide your mouth into four quadrants and spend at least 30 seconds on each quadrant. Also, it is important dental crowns that you rinse your mouth properly with water after you are done brushing.
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