Brushing doesn’t stop effects of sugary snacks on young teeth, Valeria Skafida (SPS) finds

Press/Media: Research

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Period17 Jan 2018 → 19 Jan 2018

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9

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  • TitleBrushing wont stop decay for children who snack all day
    Media name/outleti News
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date19/01/18
    PersonsValeria Skafida
  • TitleBrushing with decay
    Media name/outletEdinburgh Evening News
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date17/01/18
    PersonsValeria Skafida
  • TitleSnacking more likely to cause tooth decay in children - even if they brush
    Media name/outletGlasgow Evening Times
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date17/01/18
    PersonsValeria Skafida
  • TitleBrushing only partly protects children's teeth
    Media name/outletBBC
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date17/01/18
    PersonsValeria Skafida
  • TitleBrushing alone DOES NOT undo the effects of a sugary diet
    Media name/outletMail Online
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date17/01/18
    PersonsValeria Skafida
  • TitleSnacking doubles the chance of childhood tooth decay
    Media name/outletThe Herald
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date17/01/18
    PersonsValeria Skafida
  • TitleTeeth get a pasting
    Media name/outletThe Sun
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date17/01/18
    PersonsValeria Skafida
  • TitleWhy brushing children's teeth won't stop the rot
    Media name/outletDaily Mail
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date17/01/18
    PersonsValeria Skafida
  • Title'Ban snacks to protect teeth of toddlers'
    Media name/outletThe Times
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Date17/01/18
    PersonsValeria Skafida