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US Army Develops tooth cleaning gum

pryoplasm (809342) writes | more than 3 years ago

The Military 1

pryoplasm (809342) writes "To help deal with some of the hygenine issues on the battlefield, the US Army worked on a gum to take the place of brushing your teeth. This might be eventually released and marketed to the public. While there are many gums out there which aren't as detrimental to your teeth, this one promises to actually help them out."
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Scorch_Mechanic (1879132) | more than 3 years ago | (#34184124)

The article is from 2005. Interesting to be sure (I'd certainly use it), but if ain't on the market now it never will be. In this iteration, anyways.
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