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F.A.N.tv is home to an evolving catalogue of both full length documentaries and short clips. The videos, which feature FAN's interviews with leading figures in fluoride research, including dentists, toxicologists, and award-winning journalists, seek to shed light on the health concerns with current fluoride exposures and the history/politics of the water fluoridation program.

Environment & Health Series: Dr. Christine Till

The Wisconsin Environmental Health Network’s Health & Environment Series continues. The third night of the four-part series featured a presentation by associate professor of Psychology at York University and clinical neuropsychologist, Dr. Christine Till. In her presentation titled, “Fluoride and the Developing Brain” she discusses the scientific evidence on the neurotoxicity of early-life fluoride exposure. It concludes with a discussion of why many questions about the safety of fluoridation are still not settled, the process of communicating hazard conclusions to the public, and some of the challenges associated with researching a controversial topic.

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