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Dental organisations label Childhood Obesity Strategy an ‘absolute disaster’ for oral health


18th Aug 2016

Following the unveiling of the Childhood Obesity Strategy today leading oral health charity, the Oral Health Foundation, have described it as an absolute disaster which will lead to another lost gener…

“The public are far too unaware of the dangers of sports drinks to our oral health” – says charity


27th Jun 2016

Leading health charity, the Oral Health Foundation, have given their support to the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (FSEM) UK following the publication today [27 June 2016] of research which sh…

'Greater awareness needed over extreme dangers of sugar' says charity


25th Mar 2016

Leading health charity, the British Dental Health Foundation, are calling for better awareness of the dangers hidden sugars in our diets have on our oral health.This follows publication of the new Eat…

Sugar levy is a positive step towards addressing children's dental health crisis in the UK


16th Mar 2016

Leading oral health charity, the British Dental Health Foundation, has welcomed the government's decision to introduce a sugar levy on soft drinks in their latest budget, but now want to put pressure …

Parents taking action on sugar pester power


07th Dec 2015

Parents are leading the way in the fight against increasing childhood tooth decay with almost half of them showing their support for sugar-free treats.Christmas has well and truly taken hold in stores…

Sugar tax report puts real pressure on ministers for decisive action


30th Nov 2015

Leading health charity the British Dental Health Foundation welcomes news that MPs have backed a tax on sugary drinks in England and calls for the government to take note.The Commons' Health Select Co…

Oral health charity calls for action on sugar after PHE report


26th Oct 2015

Leading health charity the British Dental Health Foundation fully supports the new Public Health England (PHE) report on sugar and believes we must act on now to stop generations of children having po…

British Dental Health Foundation responds to the SACN report


17th Jul 2015

Leading scientists have recommended adults and children in the UK halve the amount of added sugar they eat and drink, as part of a major report.The Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) sa…

Others play ketchup as tomato sauce is crowned king of the summer condiments


07th Jul 2015

Votes are in and the British public have unanimously said we are most likely to reach for the red bottle at our barbecues this summer.Facing fierce opposition from other saucy summer stalwart's, ketch…

Teens that skip breakfast are almost twice as likely to have bad breath


02nd Jul 2015

MISSING BREAKFAST has been identified as one of the most common causes of bad breath within teenagers, according to a new report.New research published in the International Journal of Dental Hygiene h…

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