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A quick wipe of the tongue across each student’s teeth has turned them pink, blue or purple. Blue or purple indicate a student has not brushed their teeth for a week or more and show older plaque build-up, while pink indicates teeth have not been brushed in the past 24-hours. The students are then handed a mirror, shown where they have plaque on their teeth and taught to properly brush their teeth for 2 minutes by their teacher or a local public health educator. (...) According to the 2017 National Oral Health Survey, an estimated 70% of children aged 5–7 years in Vanuatu have tooth decay and bleeding gums, and over 40% of students never or rarely brush their teeth. “In rural areas especially, many children have oral health problems or other health challenges, but won’t tell their parents or teachers about it,” says Dr Stephens.
Language:English
Score: 1561110.5 - https://www.who.int/fiji/news/...the-importance-of-clean-teeth/
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A quick wipe of the tongue across each student’s teeth has turned them pink, blue or purple. Blue or purple indicate a student has not brushed their teeth for a week or more and show older plaque build-up, while pink indicates teeth have not been brushed in the past 24-hours. The students are then handed a mirror, shown where they have plaque on their teeth and taught to properly brush their teeth for 2 minutes by their teacher or a local public health educator. (...) According to the 2017 National Oral Health Survey, an estimated 70% of children aged 5–7 years in Vanuatu have tooth decay and bleeding gums, and over 40% of students never or rarely brush their teeth. “In rural areas especially, many children have oral health problems or other health challenges, but won’t tell their parents or teachers about it,” says Dr Stephens.
Language:English
Score: 1548732.9 - https://www.who.int/solomonisl...-the-importance-of-clean-teeth
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A quick wipe of the tongue across each student’s teeth has turned them pink, blue or purple. Blue or purple indicate a student has not brushed their teeth for a week or more and show older plaque build-up, while pink indicates teeth have not been brushed in the past 24-hours. The students are then handed a mirror, shown where they have plaque on their teeth and taught to properly brush their teeth for 2 minutes by their teacher or a local public health educator. (...) According to the 2017 National Oral Health Survey, an estimated 70% of children aged 5–7 years in Vanuatu have tooth decay and bleeding gums, and over 40% of students never or rarely brush their teeth. “In rural areas especially, many children have oral health problems or other health challenges, but won’t tell their parents or teachers about it,” says Dr Stephens.
Language:English
Score: 1548732.9 - https://www.who.int/frenchpoly...-the-importance-of-clean-teeth
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A quick wipe of the tongue across each student’s teeth has turned them pink, blue or purple. Blue or purple indicate a student has not brushed their teeth for a week or more and show older plaque build-up, while pink indicates teeth have not been brushed in the past 24-hours. The students are then handed a mirror, shown where they have plaque on their teeth and taught to properly brush their teeth for 2 minutes by their teacher or a local public health educator. (...) According to the 2017 National Oral Health Survey, an estimated 70% of children aged 5–7 years in Vanuatu have tooth decay and bleeding gums, and over 40% of students never or rarely brush their teeth. “In rural areas especially, many children have oral health problems or other health challenges, but won’t tell their parents or teachers about it,” says Dr Stephens.
Language:English
Score: 1548732.9 - https://www.who.int/northernma...-the-importance-of-clean-teeth
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A quick wipe of the tongue across each student’s teeth has turned them pink, blue or purple. Blue or purple indicate a student has not brushed their teeth for a week or more and show older plaque build-up, while pink indicates teeth have not been brushed in the past 24-hours. The students are then handed a mirror, shown where they have plaque on their teeth and taught to properly brush their teeth for 2 minutes by their teacher or a local public health educator. (...) According to the 2017 National Oral Health Survey, an estimated 70% of children aged 5–7 years in Vanuatu have tooth decay and bleeding gums, and over 40% of students never or rarely brush their teeth. “In rural areas especially, many children have oral health problems or other health challenges, but won’t tell their parents or teachers about it,” says Dr Stephens.
Language:English
Score: 1548732.9 - https://www.who.int/niue/news/...-the-importance-of-clean-teeth
Data Source: un
A quick wipe of the tongue across each student’s teeth has turned them pink, blue or purple. Blue or purple indicate a student has not brushed their teeth for a week or more and show older plaque build-up, while pink indicates teeth have not been brushed in the past 24-hours. The students are then handed a mirror, shown where they have plaque on their teeth and taught to properly brush their teeth for 2 minutes by their teacher or a local public health educator. (...) According to the 2017 National Oral Health Survey, an estimated 70% of children aged 5–7 years in Vanuatu have tooth decay and bleeding gums, and over 40% of students never or rarely brush their teeth. “In rural areas especially, many children have oral health problems or other health challenges, but won’t tell their parents or teachers about it,” says Dr Stephens.
Language:English
Score: 1548732.9 - https://www.who.int/nauru/news...-the-importance-of-clean-teeth
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A quick wipe of the tongue across each student’s teeth has turned them pink, blue or purple. Blue or purple indicate a student has not brushed their teeth for a week or more and show older plaque build-up, while pink indicates teeth have not been brushed in the past 24-hours. The students are then handed a mirror, shown where they have plaque on their teeth and taught to properly brush their teeth for 2 minutes by their teacher or a local public health educator. (...) According to the 2017 National Oral Health Survey, an estimated 70% of children aged 5–7 years in Vanuatu have tooth decay and bleeding gums, and over 40% of students never or rarely brush their teeth. “In rural areas especially, many children have oral health problems or other health challenges, but won’t tell their parents or teachers about it,” says Dr Stephens.
Language:English
Score: 1548732.9 - https://www.who.int/guam/news/...-the-importance-of-clean-teeth
Data Source: un
A quick wipe of the tongue across each student’s teeth has turned them pink, blue or purple. Blue or purple indicate a student has not brushed their teeth for a week or more and show older plaque build-up, while pink indicates teeth have not been brushed in the past 24-hours. The students are then handed a mirror, shown where they have plaque on their teeth and taught to properly brush their teeth for 2 minutes by their teacher or a local public health educator. (...) According to the 2017 National Oral Health Survey, an estimated 70% of children aged 5–7 years in Vanuatu have tooth decay and bleeding gums, and over 40% of students never or rarely brush their teeth. “In rural areas especially, many children have oral health problems or other health challenges, but won’t tell their parents or teachers about it,” says Dr Stephens.
Language:English
Score: 1548732.9 - https://www.who.int/newzealand...-the-importance-of-clean-teeth
Data Source: un
A quick wipe of the tongue across each student’s teeth has turned them pink, blue or purple. Blue or purple indicate a student has not brushed their teeth for a week or more and show older plaque build-up, while pink indicates teeth have not been brushed in the past 24-hours. The students are then handed a mirror, shown where they have plaque on their teeth and taught to properly brush their teeth for 2 minutes by their teacher or a local public health educator. (...) According to the 2017 National Oral Health Survey, an estimated 70% of children aged 5–7 years in Vanuatu have tooth decay and bleeding gums, and over 40% of students never or rarely brush their teeth. “In rural areas especially, many children have oral health problems or other health challenges, but won’t tell their parents or teachers about it,” says Dr Stephens.
Language:English
Score: 1548732.9 - https://www.who.int/fiji/news/...-the-importance-of-clean-teeth
Data Source: un
A quick wipe of the tongue across each student’s teeth has turned them pink, blue or purple. Blue or purple indicate a student has not brushed their teeth for a week or more and show older plaque build-up, while pink indicates teeth have not been brushed in the past 24-hours. The students are then handed a mirror, shown where they have plaque on their teeth and taught to properly brush their teeth for 2 minutes by their teacher or a local public health educator. (...) According to the 2017 National Oral Health Survey, an estimated 70% of children aged 5–7 years in Vanuatu have tooth decay and bleeding gums, and over 40% of students never or rarely brush their teeth. “In rural areas especially, many children have oral health problems or other health challenges, but won’t tell their parents or teachers about it,” says Dr Stephens.
Language:English
Score: 1548732.9 - https://www.who.int/pitcairnis...-the-importance-of-clean-teeth
Data Source: un