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Dan Arel No study as has been released looking at cities such as Portland and compared it to cities that do add fluoride
Town meeting is dangerously susceptible to decision making based more on values and emotions than evidence, a worrisome vulnerability in these days of increasing science denialism. Democratic, yes. Evidence-based intelligent decision making? Well, no.
Some scary news for those in the Northeast: the water you’re drinking might be hurting your health.
Fluoride causes cancer. Childhood vaccines cause autism. Climate change is a hoax. Where do all these patent mistruths come from?
Fluoride, the alleged main ingredient in the Syrian chemical weapons arsenal, is a chemical by-product and is the same ingredient that is dumped in most U.S. big city water supplies. Leave this, in the ground where it belongs
By Karen Hopkin (Click here for the original article and podcast) Scientists used to think that fluoride could harden tooth
“Lowering IQ is a terrible thing to do to a population," Gietzen said. "I can’t believe I am alone in it being an urgent
At least when it comes to topical application, you have a choice. You can easily buy fluoride-free toothpaste and mouthwash. But you're stuck with whatever your community puts in the water, and it's very difficult to filter out of your water once it's added.
Even if you haven't ever been to Vermont, you've got some Green Mountains in your mind. I know you do. There's that image of a town with candles in windows. There are those trees tapped for sugaring. And there's that swirling nighttime snow.
The flouride debate is heating up, as several American cities consider banning it from the water supply. Opponents of flouride
These countless microorganisms and toxins in tap water can contribute to allergy symptoms and disease. Removing these chemicals from your drinking water will significantly reduce your internal toxic load and may improve your body's natural ability to deal with allergy symptoms.
Consumer history is littered with products, gadgets and items that consumers love to love, only to later hate them. Remember
And even the EPA is calling for reduced levels because, God forbid, our kids are starting to get spots and holes in their
Amazingly, the United States is only one of eight countries in the entire developed world that fluoridates more than 50 percent of its water supply.
With nearly 200 million Americans drinking fluoridated tap water these days, is it time to ask ourselves, do we really need the fluoridation?
I'm not a fan of inserting a chemical into our water that most of us simply don't need to help the few that won't help themselves.
Whether you want fluoride in your drinking water or not, here's the dilemma faced by people who rely solely on bottled water