Saturday, July 5, 2008

Candy Making and Teeth


"You ought to see the teeth of those who work in candy factories," says a Chicago dentist. "In the mouths of some of them, however, you would see no natural teeth. They are all false. In the case of many others the teeth are ruined. The fumes in those establishments are damaging to the teeth. It is known that candy eating is more or less injurious to the teeth, but that does not compare with the fumes of candy in the process of being made. A large part of my practice comes from the candy factories, and the work brought me in this way is of the most difficult kind."

A Great Memory

Lord Macaulay remembered everything he read and could not only repeat long extracts from memory, but could give the page on which they were to he found. He know over a thousand leading historical dates.

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