members, click to sign in..

5,398 active users!!Bandwidth
SUNDAY
NOV 23, 2014
Home
NewsSITE
Events & Blogs
New Audio & Video
Broadcasters
Local Church Finder
Webcast LIVE NOW!
Sermons by Bible
Sermons by Topic
Sermons by Speaker
Sermons by Date
Staff Picks
CommentsALL -8 min
Top Sermons
VideosPDFs
Daily Log
PhotosNew Stuff!
Stores
Online Bible
Hymnal
Daily Reading
Our Services
Submit Sermon
Members Only

 
RELIGION, CURRENT EVENTS, TECHNOLOGY Subscribe to the breaking newsWhat is RSS?
FRONT PAGE  |  11/23/2014
TUESDAY, MAY 1, 2007  |  15 comments
Too much sugar in young children's diets, government study suggests
ATLANTA - Tooth decay in young children’s baby teeth is on the rise, a worrying trend that signals the preschool crowd is eating too much sugar, according to the largest government study of the nation’s dental health in more than 25 years.

Experts are concerned about the prevalence of cavities in baby teeth of children ages 2 to 5. It increased to 28 percent in 1999-2004, from 24 percent in 1988-1994, according to the report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

For the last 40 years there had been a decrease in the amount of tooth decay in young children, based on federal health statistics. Other studies have suggested the decline might have ended, but the new report contains the first statistically significant proof the trend has reversed, dental experts said. ...


CLICK HERE to Read Entire Article
www.msnbc.msn.com

   09/18/14  |  Study: Artificial Sweeteners May Promote Diabetes • 2 comments
   08/23/14  |  Why You May Want to Ditch Your Low-Fat Diet for Good • 27 comments
   06/24/14  |  The Gluten-Free Craze: Is It Healthy? • 10 comments
   06/07/14  |  Fasting for three days can regenerate entire immune system? • 9 comments
   01/22/14  |  Butter Winning the Fat Wars • 6 comments
MORE RELATED ( DIET ) NEWS | MORE..
   11/20/14  |  Rick Warren on gay marriage: 'The Church must not cave in' • 34 comments
   11/18/14  |  SermonAudio Tip: Enjoy SermonAudio via Chromecast on your TV! • 9 comments
   11/18/14  |  Final approval given to women bishops at COE General Synod • 5 comments
   11/18/14  |  BioLogos pushes to change the way Christians read Genesis • 8 comments
   11/17/14  |  Christian booted from National Cathedral speaks out • 52 comments
OTHER CHOICE NEWS | MORE..
   06/02/14  |  A Letter to SermonAudio From a Missionary to Haiti • 10 comments
   02/07/14  |  Bringing the Gospel of John to Every Home in Austin, TX • 37 comments
   01/07/14  |  SermonAudio Partners with RFC for the 2014 Family Conference at... • 1 comments
   01/01/14  |  Happy New Year from SermonAudio! • 29 comments
   12/10/13  |  SermonAudio Broadcaster Loses Historic Church Building To Fire • 3 comments
OTHER CHOICE NEWS | MORE..
   11/23/14  |  Islam, Anti-Semitism sneak into Tennessee textbooks • 1 comments
   11/23/14  |  Pat Robertson attacks creationists again • 7 comments
   11/23/14  |  Student told he can’t openly disagree with gay marriage in class... • 4 comments
   11/22/14  |  An immigration fix almost nobody loves • 3 comments
   11/22/14  |  Automation Makes Us Dumb • 4 comments
OTHER RECENT NEWS | MORE..

COMMENTS | show all | add new  
    Sorting Order:  
· Page 1 ·  Found: 15 user comment(s)
News Item5/13/07 7:35 PM
Harry_Hungry_Hair | near you  Find all comments by Harry_Hungry_Hair
Which reminds me.........I got into trouble the other day when i was in Woolworths,in the lolly section........I said to a lady ... Get away from my lollies.....
15

News Item5/5/07 6:40 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
There are a lot of things I don't eat, but it's not because who they were invented by--peanut butter was also a Kellogg invention.

I'm probably in agreement with you, Neil, in that I didn't like fluoridation because it was an involuntary medical application. I'm not sure though if a lot of vaccination programs are not the same, and children won't be able to attend public schools if they don't get vaccinated. One can argue it is child abuse not to get children vaccinated. But, I would prefer to have a choice on what medical treatments I get.

14

News Item5/4/07 12:29 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
So long as courts & legislatures understand the difference between a bona fide public health problem, & merely providing a captive market for drug companies. I'm not so sure they can these days - follow the money.
13

News Item5/4/07 12:09 PM
Wayne M. | British Columbia, Canada  Find all comments by Wayne M.
33k,

"A family I know was once compelled to compulsory hospital quarantine by the government, and in my view it was the right thing to do."

I agree with you on that. There are situations where the gov't must act to protect the public.

I should have clarified in my posting that Vancouver BC and area was never fluoridated in the first place. Some politicians were trying to start it in the lates 70s. Fortunately opponents, myself among them, were able to prevent it from happening.

12

News Item5/4/07 3:52 AM
33k  Find all comments by 33k
Thanks Neil, of course I would not hold that an ethical Christian politician need hold simply to a defend the borders/punish the evildoer/praise those who do good regulative principle of government. A Christian politician should obey and uphold the law of God.

Wayne - as you would expect, I would pay heed to evidence of medical harm. I think there are circumstances in which almost all of us would agree to compulsory medication for some. A family I know was once compelled to compulsory hospital quarantine by the government, and in my view it was the right thing to do.

11

News Item5/3/07 9:08 PM
Wayne M. | British Columbia, Canada  Find all comments by Wayne M.
Thirty years ago I was quite involved in campaigning against fluoridation of Vancouver BC's water system. There is a ton of evidence pointing to it being very harmful (cancer causing, osteoporosis, etc.). If you don't believe me just type fluoridation in a search engine and see for yourself.

The fluoridation of Vancouver BC and surrounding municipalities was stopped by one vote out of about 50 votes cast on the Greater Vancouver Regional District board back in the late 70s. Today it is still not fluoridated. Fluoridation was also stopped in a town of about 5500 near here a few years ago after a battle. It has been stopped in other places as well.

The thing about fluoridation is it is a forced medication of everyone regardless of the possible harmful effects. As I said then and as I say now it is undemocratic. That thought scares politicians.

It can be stopped, but it takes a lot of work by a lot of dedicated people.

10

News Item5/3/07 6:13 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
33K, I was speaking within the sphere of political ethics (i.e., what a Christian legislator ought to do). But I do agree that the public is not free to disobey civil laws, however unwise they may be, unless obeying them clearly disobeys God. It is a high threshold. E.g., if the gov't bans or taxes an imported good, we are not at liberty to smuggle it just because free trade may be Biblical or some lobby benefits unfairly.

No dispute about your contentions on church gov't.

9

News Item5/3/07 5:50 PM
33k  Find all comments by 33k
Neil,

I would agree to the qualification:
"Pragmatism in public policy is not a sin within the bounds of what God delegates to human gov't"
provided there was no additional implicit presumption of a de facto regulative principle of government.

Unless government does or requires something that the Bible clearly defines as sinful then we should obey our rulers. The injunction - we should obey God rather than man - requires there to be a demonstrable disobeying of God by the government.

In the example, the onus should be to prove that mandatory flouridation of water is harmful and damaging. Government would then be causing knowing or reckless injury to others. Only then would it be sin.

However, when churches and their leaders do or require any practice or doctrine or conduct that is not specifically required in the Bible they have sinned. There are no grey areas. The regulative principle has been given to the church in its specific sphere and not to governments and rulers.

Christ has given earthly government to depraved, pragmatic men. So we must obey these fallible men unless they require us to disobey Christ.

Christ requires government of His Church according to the mind of Christ. There are no grounds to use our depraved pragmatic minds to add to his rule.

8

News Item5/3/07 4:54 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
I qualify the former with "within the bounds of what God delegates to human gov't."
7

News Item5/3/07 4:15 PM
33k  Find all comments by 33k
Pragmatism in public policy is not a sin.

Pragmatism in church order and worship, however, is an abomination and seeks to depose Christ as Head of the Church and substitute the mind of Christ with the minds of depraved men. It is the essence of antichrist.

6

News Item5/3/07 3:19 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Jim, you're exhibiting pragmatic ethics again. Suppose the gov't decides to vaccinate the public via the water supply (assuming it's possible). Is that only wrong if the vaccines are hazardous?

Should I presume you don't eat breakfast cereal because it was invented by an Adventist?

5

News Item5/3/07 3:00 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, the one thing you guys are in tune with the Adventists is the hostility towards floridated water. I would think one has to see where water has florides in it naturally to see if there were any negative heath problems with it. I only heard of positive ones. You guys against chlorine in water? However, this is one thing a parent or adult can control. He can buy either bottled water, without all the additives or distill the stuff himself. I find this particular government action of adding fluoride to water a non-issue.
4

News Item5/2/07 3:02 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
This is old news; excessive sugar has worried diligent parents for several generations now. The problem is not knowledge but motivation. The processed food industry has caught on to the trend. Kellogg (founded by a 7th-Day Adventist, BTW) took the word "sugar", but not the ingredient, out of their cereal brands ("Sugar Frosted Flakes" is now "Frosted Flakes", etc.).

And as for enhancing public dental health via water flouridation, that's not the govt's business, quite apart from the below-mentioned potential hazards.

3

News Item5/2/07 2:59 PM
Faithful Remnant  Find all comments by Faithful Remnant
Smart to replace that polluted fluoridated water with something healthier. Fluoride chemicals are very dangerous. It's called lack of responsibility and so the junk food and possibly lack of brushing the teeth enough only helps with the tooth problem.
2

News Item5/2/07 2:49 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
A quotation from the article, "One reason for the rise in baby tooth decay is that parents are giving their children more processed snack foods than in the past, and more bottled water or other drinks instead of fluoridated tap water, Dye said."

The main reason I had heard for this tooth decay was a lack of fluoridated water. There are other reasons given in the article as the above quotation shows. It is strange how Great Britain is tackling the problem of too much sugar and salt in children's diets but not here the United States.

1
There are a total of 15 user comments displayed | add new comment |Subscribe to these comments
Last PostTotal
Romania Gains Lutheran President
stever from mt zion: "romania has underachieved in the post soviet era, arguably..."
-7 min 104 
Pat Robertson attacks creationists again
martin from texas: "it seems to me that pat robertson has done very little thinking..."
-17 min 
Islam, Anti-Semitism sneak into Tennessee textbooks
stever from mt zion: "wnd journalism is often deceiving, the quotes near the bottom..."
-19 min 


Are You A True Disciple?

Don Bell
A look at predestination

Sunday, November 14, 2010
Sunday - AM
Lantana Grace Church
Play! | MP3 | RSS


Ken Wimer
Chosen To Salvation

Radio Broadcast
Shreveport Grace Church
Play! | MP3

Les Woodson
The End of the World

Century House Evangelistic
Current Events
Transcript!Play! | MP3

Rev. Stephen Hamilton
Testimony of Stephen Hamilton

60th Anniversary Jubilee Year.
Mount Merrion FPC
Transcript!Play! | MP4

Sponsor:
Lowest Puritan Hard Drive Price Ever!

For A Very Short Time We Are Off­er­ing A Shock­ingly Low Price. Click To See How Low!
www.puritandownloads.com/pu..

Sponsor: Westminster Assembly's Grand Debate
www.naphtali.com/news/






                   
The greatness of a man's power is the measure of his surrender. ... William Booth

City: Las Vegas, NV
Gospel of John
Cities | Local | Personal
MOBILE
iPhone + iPad
Church App
Android New!
Church App
Kindle + Nook New!
BlackBerry
Windows Mobile, Nokia
Chromecast TV
ROKU TV
Pebble Smartwatch
Kindle Reader


HELP
Knowledgebase
Broadcasters
Listeners
Q&A
Uploading Sermons
Uploading Videos
Webcasting
Tips & Tricks
YouTube Screencasts

FOLLOW
Weekly Newsletter
Staff Picks Feed
Site Notices New!
RSS | Twitter | Facebook
SERVICES | ALL
Local Church Finder | Info
MP3 Play & Download
Mobile Apps
Podcasting
Video Support
Live Webcasting
Transcription Service
HIFI Option
Business Cards
SOLO | MINI | Domains
Favorites
QR Codes
24x7 Radio Stream
INTEGRATION
Sermon Browser
HTML Codes
WordPress
Twitter
Facebook
Logos | e-Sword
SOAP API

BATCH
Transfer Agent
Protected Podcasts
Upload via Email
Auto-Upload Sermons
Auto-Blog Import
Picasa | FTP | Dropbox
ABOUT US
SermonAudio.com is the largest library of audio sermons from conservative churches and ministries worldwide. All broadcasters must adhere to the Articles of Faith.

Our Services | Testimonials
Broadcast With Us!
Support Us
Advertising | Local Ads
CONTACT
info@sermonaudio.com
Copyright © 2014 SermonAudio.com.