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Part IV  in the stream of evidence which needs to be weighed before judgment on fluoridation is determined. RISK In 2006, before numerous current studies have been done, the NRC committee raised concerns for the following risks from fluoride ingestio...
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Part III   Fluoride is unlikely to reduce tooth decay. CDC, "Ingestion of fluoride is not likely to reduce tooth decay."  +1999, Achievements in Public Health Fluoridation of drinking water to prevent dental caries MMR, 48(41); 933-940.   A systemati...
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Part II  Review the streams of evidence of fluoride's dosage.  Too many ingesting too much fluoride. Dental fluorosis is a biomarker of excess tooth fluoride exposure.  The tooth got too much fluoride while it was developing.  Dental fluorosis occurs...
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Fluoride ingestion (fluoridation of public water) does not markedly prevent dental caries as my public health and my dental professions claim.   Scientifically, the question is whether ingested fluoride "mitigates" dental caries, and the best evidenc...
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I like the NZ saying, "play the ball not the man."   In the USA we say "shoot the message, not the messenger."   "normally informed person" shots the message.  Some are ingesting too much fluoride. 4 ppm EPA MCLG is too high. 1.5 ppm fluoride is too ...
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Part IV  in the stream of evidence which needs to be weighed before judgment on fluoridation is determined. RISK In 2006, before numerous current studies have been done, the NRC committee raised concerns for the following risks from fluoride ingestio...
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Part III   Fluoride is unlikely to reduce tooth decay. CDC, "Ingestion of fluoride is not likely to reduce tooth decay."  +1999, Achievements in Public Health Fluoridation of drinking water to prevent dental caries MMR, 48(41); 933-940.   A systemati...
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Part II  Review the streams of evidence of fluoride's dosage.  Too many ingesting too much fluoride. Dental fluorosis is a biomarker of excess tooth fluoride exposure.  The tooth got too much fluoride while it was developing.  Dental fluorosis occurs...
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Fluoride ingestion (fluoridation of public water) does not markedly prevent dental caries as my public health and my dental professions claim.   Scientifically, the question is whether ingested fluoride "mitigates" dental caries, and the best evidenc...
WillardO247964 03-04-2021 12:44 PM
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I like the NZ saying, "play the ball not the man."   In the USA we say "shoot the message, not the messenger."   "normally informed person" shots the message.  Some are ingesting too much fluoride. 4 ppm EPA MCLG is too high. 1.5 ppm fluoride is too ...
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Part IV  in the stream of evidence which needs to be weighed before judgment on fluoridation is determined. RISK In 2006, before numerous current studies have been done, the NRC committee raised concerns for the following risks from fluoride ingestio...
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Part III   Fluoride is unlikely to reduce tooth decay. CDC, "Ingestion of fluoride is not likely to reduce tooth decay."  +1999, Achievements in Public Health Fluoridation of drinking water to prevent dental caries MMR, 48(41); 933-940.   A systemati...
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Part II  Review the streams of evidence of fluoride's dosage.  Too many ingesting too much fluoride. Dental fluorosis is a biomarker of excess tooth fluoride exposure.  The tooth got too much fluoride while it was developing.  Dental fluorosis occurs...
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Fluoride ingestion (fluoridation of public water) does not markedly prevent dental caries as my public health and my dental professions claim.   Scientifically, the question is whether ingested fluoride "mitigates" dental caries, and the best evidenc...
WillardO247964 03-04-2021 12:44 PM
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I like the NZ saying, "play the ball not the man."   In the USA we say "shoot the message, not the messenger."   "normally informed person" shots the message.  Some are ingesting too much fluoride. 4 ppm EPA MCLG is too high. 1.5 ppm fluoride is too ...
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