While communities should not be mandated to fluoridate
water, she said she hopes local officials note that the vast majority of health experts and dentists support the practice.
I am satisfied that the power conferred on local authorities to fluoridate
is a proportionate response to the scourge of dental decay, particularly in socially disadvantaged areas"--readers must recall, he did not actually go deep enough into the evidence for and against fluoride to justify his statement.
Would ceasing to artificially fluoridate
water be a giant step backward, or would it be a way to keep up with changing times and products?
In a historic moment in 1939, the first public proposal that the US should fluoridate
its water supplies was made not by a doctor, or dentist, but by Cox, an industry scientist working for a company threatened by fluoride damage claims and burdened by the odious expense of disposing of tons of toxic industrial waste.
However, since both the State and the City are bankrupt, the actual fluoridation was slowly instituted starting in the north and now funds were being made available to fluoridate
water all the way to the San Diego area.
The Water Bill,debated by MPs last night, will allow strategic health authorities to force water companies to fluoridate
In October 2002, the county's board of health ruled that all 14 water suppliers that serve the county's 238,000 residents must fluoridate
Those observations led health officials to fluoridate
water supplies in the first place, says John P.
The following year, six cities opted to fluoridate
All of these complaints came in before the city actually began to fluoridate
THE Welsh Government's failure to fluoridate
water supplies brings into question its commitment to improving the dental health of the nation, according to the chairman of its advisory body.
The toxic industrial waste used to fluoridate
water supplies in the UK is expensive to safely dispose of.