Is chewing gum bad for your jaw?

Answer Chewing gum is bad for your jaw if you chew constantly or have temporomandibular joint syndrome (TMJ). Gum chewing, as with food chewing, requires the use of face and neck muscles as well as repeti... Read More »

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What is in chewing gum?

Chewing gum is a product people use orally for refreshment, odor absorption, as an eating or drinking replacement, or out of boredom. It is made from artificial or natural latex, with the main ingr... Read More »

Chewing Gum?

Hi Michael,I had a similar a few years back and found following advise that freezing the offending item, using ice cube bags, enables you to simply peel it off material.A bit long-winded, but it wo... Read More »

Can chewing gum go bad?

Chewing gum is extremely stable. In fact, gum is so stable that it's not required by law to have an expiration date in most countries. Over time, gum may become stale, brittle and lose its flavor, ... Read More »

Does chewing gum cause gas?

Chewing gum may cause gas. One reason people get gas is by swallowing air. When people chew gum, they can sometimes swallow more air than they normally would when eating or drinking. The sugars oft... Read More »