Claim: Soft-drink addiction caused Australia man, 25, to lose teeth, get blood poisoning

Uh… did anyone ask whether he brushed his teeth?

“Kennewell is now a poster boy for Australian health researchers who are calling for warning labels on soft drinks about the risks of tooth decay.”

Read more at the New York Daily News.

2 thoughts on “Claim: Soft-drink addiction caused Australia man, 25, to lose teeth, get blood poisoning”

  1. Yes, he apparently started nine teeth down.
    Anyone who drinks 6 to 8 liters of anything each day is displaying something akin to a compulsion. That’s roughly 1.5 to 2 gallons, or 3 to 4 times even the exaggerated “8 glasses a day” of anything. Good heavens, what are his kidneys like? And, yes, did he brush his teeth?
    But people like His Nanniness and Oz’s own green-health nannies will claim he shows what a threat sodas are to all of us.

  2. “I’m told a normal person has about 23 teeth”

    Not the sharpest knife in the drawer. Use him for marketing at your own risk.

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