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One-third of American adults never floss, study says

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Do you floss your pearly whites every day? A recent study found that nearly one-third of American adults never do.
The study looked at data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey to determine the percentage of American adults who neglect to floss their teeth. Researchers examined self-reports of more than 9,000 adults, ages 30 and older, who gave the number of days they flossed the week before.

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