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Good for your teeth, bad for your bones?

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Published: February 13, 2020

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Henry Smith
February 20, 2020

Very informative blog. I came to know that Colgate has already stopped the use of Triclosan because of the effects mentioned in the blog and definitely in the coming time, the other toothpaste brands will do the same and ensure people’s overall health.

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