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Gamifying dental hygiene for kids

Over 78% of adult Americans have some form of gum disease, and in most cases this has been caused by poor dental hygiene. It's important to start kids brushing properly from a young age, so Philips has launched a game, Brush Busters, to help fight the problem.

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