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The debate over sugary drinks has resurfaced, with a study showing a tax on sweetened beverages could prevent more than half-a-million dental cavities.

Three Victorian universities collaborated in the study, which found a 10 year tax on sugary drinks would save more than 42 million dollars in tooth decay prevention and millions of dollars more in preventing premature death or disability.

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