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Cutting back on cable, new clothes and trips to the gas pump are all indicators of a bad economy, but when the Tooth Fairy starts shorting kids, you know things are serious.The Denver Post reports U.S. kids are ...Tooth Fairy hit by bad economy, too, paying $.40 less than last year on average.
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It may seem painfully obvious, but a new study shows preventative dental care for kids and regular brushing can reduce the risk of cavities.What makes this study out of the University of North ...Researchers say you're never too young for dental hygiene.
When it comes to inflation, even the Tooth Fairy isn't immune. A recent poll of just under 700 parents found that the average amount paid per tooth has risen from $1.71 last year to $2.09 this year. Most parents report putting $1 under their child's ...
The excitement of losing baby teeth is definitely one of the highlights of childhood. There is a certain kind of magic to falling asleep and awaking to find money under the pillow. But keeping track of all those many lost teeth can be hard for a ...