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Coca cola and culinary habits in Dental caries
Hi. I removed a few paragraphs you added to Dental caries on Coca cola and changes in culinary habits. When you see that it's gone, please go to the article's talk page if you want to argue for its inclusion in some form. However, the text as it was placed there had some problems that were fairly substantial:
First, the assertions about culinary history were too general, both historically and culturally: they assume a putative historical U.S. model (three square meals, no snacks, low sugar) as universal around the world prior to the twentieth century, something that is sharply contadicted by historical and cross-cultural evidence. While the image of the way people used to eat is certainly a popular one, it isn't accurate, even for the period and place it is supposed to describe.
Second, the assertion that Coca Cola is responsible for the prevalence of dental caries is problematic: the article itself contradicts such a simple causal model by discussing earlier surges in caries in the U.S. In addition, there are potential legal issues in asserting blame for a disease to a company on Wikipedia. (I doubt Coca Cola's lawyers would like the assertion...)
I hope that this explains why I removed the text. -Fenevad 13:49, 21 February 2007 (UTC)
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