Sydney: Soft drinks could be hard on your teeth, and cause dental decay, say researchers who looked at the consumption of sugary beverages and fluoridated water."There is growing scrutiny of sweet drinks, especially soft drinks, because of a range of detrimental health effects on adults and children," says Jason Armfield from the Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health, University of Adelaide`s School of Dentistry, who led the study, involving 16,800 children.
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