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Study: Sports drinks can rot kids' teeth in as little as 5 days
Sports and energy drinks are fueling a silent epidemic of irreversible tooth erosion among American adolescents, according to a new study.
Soft Drinks Bad For Your Teeth
According to a soon-to-be published study, exposing your teeth to soft drinks over a prolonged period of time can produce significant loss of dental enamel.
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