White Dental Fillings May Impair Kids' Behavior
Posted on July 16, 2012
A resin in the most commonly used white composite dental fillings may be linked to subtle neuropsychological deficits in children, according to ScienceNews. The association appears in reanalyzed data collected from 434 children as part of a trial begun roughly a decade ago.
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