A sports beverage fairly shouts health and vigor, but according to a new report, these drinks can hurt teeth even more than sodas do. Damage to enamel from sports drinks was up to 11 times greater than that caused by colas. The culprit isn't sugar but the whole acidic mix. To limit damage, don't sip; chug it! --By David Bjerklie
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