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Tooth decay and fizzy drinks

This poster was also produced as part of a 1992 dental health campaign by the Health Education Authority. This poster focused on the sugar content of fizzy drinks and their impact on tooth decay. The combination of the can ring and an extracted tooth aimed to visually connect the impact of high sugar consumption on the health of teeth.

Source:
The Science Museum, 1999-241/69, https://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/online_science/explore_our_collections/objects/index/smxg-8179417

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