By the time they reach the age of 19, 20 percent of kids in the U.S. have untreated tooth decay. According to the CDC, up to 80 percent of cavities could be prevented with dental sealants, but only about 60 percent of kids—and one in three from low-income families—who could benefit from sealants get them.
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Why Too Many Kids Still Get Cavities
NBC News—By the time they reach the age of 19, 20 percent of kids in the U.S. have untreated tooth decay. According to the CDC, up to 80 percent of cavities could be prevented with dental sealants, but only about 60 percent of kids—and one in three from low-income families—who could benefit from sealants get them.
Treatment-resistant infections are a growing health concern worldwide. According to a recent review, “superbugs” could cause one death every three seconds by 2050, unless urgent action is taken. A research team in Australia may have found the answer: Tasmanian devil milk.
Research showing foster care can have a negative effect on children’s psychological health should, perhaps, come as no surprise. However, a new study shows foster care is associated with physical health problems—ranging from asthma to hearing and vision problems—as well.
Gun violence is a serious public health problem that demands a solution. At the recent opening for the Gun Violence in America event series hosted by UC Berkeley, firearm violence experts weighed in on the need to study and combat this problem.
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