Fluoride Action Network


  • Fluoride on Trial: CDC’s ‘Greatest Public Health Achievement’ Exposed

    As Coronavirus fears have gripped the world for months, a litany of scientific scandals, inconsistencies and frauds have drawn the public’s attention to an underbelly of our agenda-driven scientific community. From the flimsy Imperial Model that kicked off lockdowns in the U.S. and UK, to the Lancet’s hydroxychloroquine study retraction, corporate science is being scrutinized like […]

  • Cyflumetofen; Pesticide Tolerances. Final Rule.

    Note from Fluoride Action Network: Cyflumetofen is a new pesticide as of October 2004. See EU database Molecular structure Original Final Rule online at https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/FR-2020-07-01/html/2020-13048.htm SUMMARY: This regulation establishes tolerances for residues of cyflumetofen in or on multiple commodities which are identified and discussed later in this document. Interregional Research Project Number 4 (IR-4) requested […]

  • Researchers warn against fluoride use for infants and pregnant women to prevent neurological damage

    NEW YORK, July 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Avoid fluoride during pregnancy and infancy to protect babies’ brains, caution fluoride researchers in the Journal of Pediatrics (“Current Best Evidence,” July 2020), reports the New York State Coalition Opposed to Fluoridation, Inc. (NYSCOF). Scientists Howard Hu, MD and Morteza Bashash, PhD provide commentary on one of seven well-conducted […]

  • One Year since Japan’s Export Restrictions against S. Korea

    It’s been a year since Japan abruptly imposed export restrictions on some key materials for South Korea’s semiconductor and display industries. Contrary to initial concerns about possible setbacks in South Korea’s semiconductor production, it has managed to diversify import sources and develop its own domestic variations in the field of materials, parts and equipment. Here […]

  • Hydrogeochemical Evaluation, Suitability, and Health Risk Assessment of Groundwater in the Watershed of Godavari Basin, Maharashtra, Central India.

    Abstract In this investigation, the geochemical progression of a total of 31 groundwater samples of pre-monsoon season was assessed with categorization based on entropy weight water quality index and risk assessment on public health in the semi-arid area of Godavari basin, Maharashtra, Central India. Graphically, the major groundwater types identified were Ca–HCO3, mixed Ca–Mg–Cl, and […]

  • Water fluoridation: When current research contradicts public practices.

    January 25, 2020, marked the 75th anniversary of intentional water fluoridation in the United States (US). Once touted as a significant advancement in public health, current research now raises interesting questions about water fluoridation in light of other effective fluoride treatment methods and the potential for adverse health impacts. Globally, 350 million people (only 5% […]

  • Recap of Day 7 of the TSCA Trial: An Historic Moment

    *Due to the importance of this moment in our campaign to end fluoridation we’ve updated last night’s bulletin. When we quoted Dr. Donohue we referred to it making a difference to existing fluoride studies – it should have been existing fluoride standards.  Also, one of our supporters has pledged to double the first $1,000 donated today in celebration of the trial! […]

  • Letter: IQ research discredited

    Note from the Fluoride Action Network The author of this article is a long-time proponent of fluoridation and a member of the British Fluoridation Society. His third reference in the letter below is to an article by Jennifer Meyer that was published in the STAT in which she smeared FAN. We submitted this response to […]

  • Unpublished response to Jennifer Meyer’s January 24, 2020, article in The Stat

    Note from Fluoride Action Network The following is a response to a January 24, 2020, article by Jennifer Meyer, published in the STAT, in which she smeared the Fluoride Action Network with this comment: ‘critics often attack fluoridation by citing “medical freedom” and sharing conspiracy theories which unjustly blame all manner of ills — from […]

  • Questionable study casts a cloud over the 75th anniversary of water fluoridation

    Note from the Fluoride Action Network (FAN) In her article below, Jennifer Meyer smeared the Fluoride Action Network in this sentence: “Despite its proven success, critics often attack fluoridation by citing “medical freedom” and sharing conspiracy theories which unjustly blame all manner of ills — from acne to migraines — on fluoride.” That underlined is […]