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Terrible Report Says Seltzer Slowly Rots Your Teeth

Should've never asked. Here's proof that certain questions are best left unanswered: Curious if the bubbles in her beloved LaCroix and San Pellegrino were as tooth-decaying as sugary sodas, Atlantic health writer Olga Khazan did some research that she certainly now regrets. Her findings in a nutshell: Slowly but surely, an acid created by the carbonation will "wear away tooth enamel.
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