New study: Pure fruit juice does not promote caries in infant teeth
from Dental Tribune International
It is widely believed that unrestricted consumption of acidic beverages, such as juices and soft drinks, can cause dental caries, one of the most common chronic diseases in children. However, a new study conducted by dental researchers at the University of Maryland, Baltimore has suggested that consumption of 100 percent fruit juice is not associated with early childhood caries in preschool-age children.
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