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How do the Media, Food industry and health campaigns affect Dental care
Media
Advertisements of drinks such as coca cola, or sugary foods or sweets such as Haribos are constantly shown everywhere, bus banners, leaflets, TV. These affect dental care as children as well as adults, see them and then have it.   Brands such as cola, are, spending billions on adverts which encourage people to buy them facts and figures are shown below;
2006: $2.6 billion 2005: $2.5 billion 2004: $2.2 billion 2003: $1.8 billion 2002: $1.7 billion 2001: $2.0 billion
2000: $1.7 billion 1999: $1.7 billion 1998: $1.6 billion 1997: $1.6 billion 1996: $1.4 billion 1995: $1.3 billion
1994: $1.1 billion 1993: $1.0 billion
(http://www.thecoca-colacompany.com/contactus/faq/advertising.html)

These advertisements persuade a lot of customers to buy it. However, they do not list the bad point, and hide the facts about how coke can damage your health,
Tooth decay (caries) develops as carbohydrates, sugars and starches are fermented by bacteria on the teeth. This produces acids which break down or 'demineralise' the enamel on the teeth. Time is an important factor in the development of tooth decay; the less time oral bacteria is exposed to sugars and some starches, the less likely it is that acid will be produced by the bacteria causing tooth decay. Sparkling drinks naturally leave the mouth quickly after they are swallowed, which helps reduce the time of exposure.

Media
Advertisements of drinks such as coca cola, or sugary foods or sweets such as Haribos are constantly shown everywhere, bus banners, leaflets, TV. These affect dental care as children as well as adults, see them and then have it.   Brands such as cola, are, spending billions on adverts which encourage people to buy them facts and figures are shown below;
2006: $2.6 billion 2005: $2.5 billion 2004: $2.2 billion 2003: $1.8 billion 2002: $1.7 billion 2001: $2.0 billion
2000: $1.7 billion 1999: $1.7 billion 1998: $1.6...

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