The National Diet and Nutrition Survey

30th June 2000 at 01:00
More than half of children in Britain suffer tooth decay, with sugary foods and fizzy drinks the main culprits, according to a study of the link between diet and dentl health. The National Diet and Nutrition Survey found children in Scotland were most likely to have tooth decay and those in the South-east least likely.

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