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Can vinegar damage tooth enamel?

Vinegar turns up in lots of places -- salad dressings, sauces, potato chips, pickles. And each one could spell trouble for tooth enamel. In a study, teenagers who frequently consumed vinegar-containing foods had a 30%-85% increased risk of enamel erosion compared with teens who didn't consume those foods.

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