More than half of U.S. kids don't get dental sealants, and the CDC wants schools to change that

Tuesday, October 18, 2016 - 17:41 in Health & Medicine

How can elementary schools save nearly $50 per student? By bringing in dental professionals to put sealants on their molars, federal health officials said Tuesday. If that doesn’t sound like an education-related problem, consider this: Cavities that go untreated cause kids to do worse in school....

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