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In El Salvador, Tooth Decay Epidemic Blamed on Junk Food

  • Aired: 06/08/2012
  • 07:36
  • Rating: E
From El Salvador, graduates of the Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism -- producer Roberto Daza and correspondent Carl Nasman -- report on an epidemic of tooth decay across the countryside, blamed largely on junk food, soda and a a lack of education about dental care.
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