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The Vipeholm Experiments: How Scientists Learned About Tooth Decay Is Right Out Of A Horror Film

IFL Science 19 Jul 2021
b) get out there and impatiently begin shoveling sugar into the mouths of children in a hospital and just sort of watch what happens, suspecting full well that that will be "their teeth will rot away", without gaining any form of consent ... likely due to less sugar in their diets.
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Dump truck delivers 1,200 pounds of Halloween candy to N.J. family for ultimate trick (and treat)

NJ dot com 02 Nov 2020
Kenley and Aiden O’Sullivan bopped up and down in white masks as they surveyed their Halloween haul. Who could blame them? They didn’t have to ring one doorbell ... SVU." ... The family is going slow and steady on the rest of the sugar flow. “We still have it in the garage and we bring in a bag in at a time so their teeth aren’t rotted," she says ... .
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Percymas Pies Are Here For Christmas. Here's Our Review.

Huffington Post 21 Oct 2020
Yep, you heard that right ... Related... 5/10 ... “I’d say these treats are more like a Bakewell tart than a festive pie and incredibly sweet, so sweet in fact, there’s 23g of sugar per pie. Twenty three whole grams! I can feel my teeth rotting with each bite I take, yet weirdly I still want more (probably, it’s the sugar talking) ... .
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What Happens When You Only Drink Coke Or Pepsi?

What Culture 11 May 2020
Your Teeth Will Rot Right Out Of Your Mouth ... Sugar isn't good for our bodies in a number of ways, but the one way we can see the impact almost right away is by looking at our teeth ... When that sugar sits on your teeth, it interacts with the bacteria that normally lies within plaque to produce acid.
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Refined carbs as responsible for childhood obesity, rotten teeth as sugar - study

TVNZ 07 Feb 2020
Sugar may not be great for your teeth, but it's not the only think liable to make your teeth rot, according to new research conducted in New Zealand.  ... Current dietary guidelines recommend increasing the frequency of consumption of sugar- and starch-containing foods as ...
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Alina Morse: the teenager who made a million

Moneyweek 20 Jan 2020
The artwork, and the office, belongs to the company’s founder and CEO, 14-year-old Alina Morse. Zollipops, which sells sugar-free lollies and other sweets, was born out of Morse’s desire for treats that wouldn’t “rot her teeth”, as her father had warned her after she had been offered one on their way out of a bank ... Subscribe to MoneyWeek ... .
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If you are taking part in Dry January, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t drink well

New Statesman 15 Jan 2020
sugar. Most non-alcoholic cold beverages are sweet, yet I don’t see anyone committing to Sugar-free January. But then, sugar has a long history of rotting our moral teeth ... Today, sugar has a subtle hold over many of us in the form of sugar addictions – whether or not we admit it. Sugar isn’t my drug of choice.
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Gonzaga: Bitter side of sugar

Sun Star 07 Jan 2020
EXCEPT for diligent diet watchers, I presume we all had sugar overload the past month of revelry and celebrations ... It is easy to overdo sugar. Just one 12-ounce can of regular soda has 10 teaspoons of sugar, and no nutritional benefit ... The poor Negrosanon, is not exempt from sugar overload ... sugar rots your teeth.
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Chewing Sugar-free Gum May Prevent Dental Cavity

News18 20 Nov 2019
To prevent your teeths from rotting, start chewing sugar-free gums, as researchers, including one of Indian-origin, ...
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How chewing sugar-free gum may prevent dental cavity

International Business Times 20 Nov 2019
To prevent your teeth from rotting, start chewing sugar-free gums, as researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have found some evidence that sugar-free gum could help reduce further development of dental caries (cavities) in adults and children ... Sugar-free gum act as a carrier for antibacterial ingredients.
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What’s the worst thing you got while trick-or-treating: raisins or toothbrushes?

Penn Live 06 Sep 2019
by Claudia Dimuro. Halloween as an adult means drinking while publicly wearing X-rated clothing. As a kid, though, it’s all about the candy. Trick-or-treating was the one night of the year we could openly indulge in cavity-causing revelry. That’s why it was so obnoxious when houses gave out non-candy items ... Okay, we get it, sugar rots your teeth ... .
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Craving sweet? Here’s how to control your craving and avoid weight gain

Pinkvilla 24 Jul 2019
Too much sweet can be bad for your teeth and your body ... A high consumption of sugary things may lead to increased blood sugar levels or put you at a risk of it which may in turn lead to the life-long problem of diabetes ... It may also lead to low energy levels and fatty liver and rotting teeth ... Try to consume natural sugar.
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World Health Organization wants to ban high levels of sugar in 'healthy' baby foods made with fruit puree

This is Money 15 Jul 2019
The World Health Organisation has called for a ban on added sugar in baby food and warned against 'misleading' health claims on labels ... It could cause baby teeth to rot and increase the risk of obesity and related diseases by giving the child a 'sweet tooth', the WHO warned.

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