Hospital operations on children with tooth decay surge by 20% Last week we wrote about how the NHS was to ban sugary, fizzy drinks from sale in NHS hospitals across England. Now, almost as if it was to highlight our own concerns and to underline just how serious the problem of children with tooth decay
Clampdown is aimed to help prevent tooth decay NHS England has announced that sugary, fizzy drinks will not be sold in NHS hospitals across England from July. In a move to help prevent tooth decay an updated contract circulated to hospitals last week included a clause that prohibited the sale of sugar-sweetened drinks on site.
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