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Tooth Bomb
In the 19th Century, a Pennsylvania dentist called WH Atkinson came across a condition that sounds like the stuff of nightmares. Writing in The Dental Cosmos, the first major journal for American dentists, Atkinson documented an outbreak of exploding teeth. Although there were five or six reported cases in the 19th Century, there has been no documented case of exploding teeth since the 1920s. Jeff and Anthony chew this story over.

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Today’s story was sent in by Emil “The Ice Cream Man” Lange: http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20160301-the-gruesome-and-mysterious-case-of-exploding-teeth

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