Nicholas Jerry Jonas (born September 16, 1992) is an American singer, songwriter and actor. Jonas began acting in theater at the age of seven, and released his debut single in 2002 which caught the attention of Columbia Records where Jonas formed a band with his older brothers, Joe and Kevin, known as the Jonas Brothers. The group released their debut studio album It's About Time through the Columbia label in 2006.
After leaving Columbia Records and signing with Hollywood Records, the group released their self-titled second studio album in 2007, which became their breakthrough record.
The band became prominent figures on the Disney Channel during this time, gaining a large following through the network and they appeared in the widely successful musical television film Camp Rock (2008) and its sequel Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam (2010) as well as two of their own series, Jonas Brothers: Living the Dream (2008–2010) and Jonas (2009–2010).
Cancer and teeth aren't typically linked in conversation, but a Harvard study showed one bad habit while brushing your teeth could increase the risk of two different cancers.
It's not always clear why cancer cells begin growing, but there are general health habits to help reduce your risk. You probably know that stopping smoking and eating healthy are two major ways, but probably less so when it comes to gum health and brushing your teeth.
A study from Harvard revealed one common mistake related to your toothbrushing habits that could increase your risk, The Mirror reported.
Bad oral hygiene can lead to two different cancers, according to the research.Here's what you need to know about teeth and cancer.The Harvard study published in the journal Gut late last year has found that gum disease could lead to a significantly higher risk of two cancers.Scientists found that microbes camping out between your teeth and gums may affect your risk for cancers of the stomach and oesophagus.The research included almost 150,000 men and women, who were given a follow-up after a gap of 28 years.It revealed that people with a history of gum disease are 43 percent more likely to develop oesophageal cancer and 52 percent more likely to develop gastric (stomach) cancer than those whose gums are healthier.Risk was found to be even higher among those with gum disease severe enough to cause tooth loss.While the study doesn't prove that gum disease causes cancer, it does mean that in future doctors might be able to look at your gum health when assessing your overall cancer risk.Did you know you can keep up to date with the latest news by signing up to our daily newsletter?We send a morning and lunchtime newsletter covering the latest headlinesRead more on dailyrecord.co.uk