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Friday Town Hall Fluoride Water
The mayor says — by the end of this year, the conversion will be complete… and liquid fluoride will be automatically added to buffalo water. *Original full-text article online at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8J9uyVgsRD0 Print PDFUnited States, New York
Buffalo has stopped adding fluoride to water system for the last 7 years.
When Philip Reed’s son visited the dentist last fall, Reed and his wife were surprised to learn that Jonas, 7, had five cavities in his teeth. “He was brushing everyday,” Reed said, “but he wasn’t getting any fluoride.” That’s because unbeknownst to Reed and probably most of the more than 200,000 other customers of Buffalo’s […]United States, New York
Matthew Prudell is running for Albany council to rid water of fluoride.
Matthew Prudell does not want fluoride in Albany’s drinking water. In fact, it’s the sole reason he is running for City Council, he said, two leashes in hand as he walked his Pomeranians. He’s one of four candidates in Ward 1, which includes North Albany, downtown and the Willamette neighborhood east of Lyon Street and north […]United States, New York
Supply Chain Issues Mean No Fluoride In The Water For Now – in Rye, Rye Brook and Port Chester.
Fluoride stopped being added to water at the Rye Lake Pump Station on July 7, affecting customers in Rye, Rye Brook and Port Chester. RYE, NY — Supply chain issues are being blamed for an unexpected, but temporary change in our drinking water. On Tuesday afternoon, Veolia Water New York announced that due to supply […]United States, New York
Rensselaer Receives Funding to Reduce Nuclear Waste, Advance Clean Energy
Rensselaer researchers will focus on developing a solution for effectively managing complex fluoride salt waste streams. iStock Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has been awarded $607,505 from the U.S. Department of Energy Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy (ARPA-E) to help develop technologies to resolve the waste and storage challenges associated with Advanced Nuclear Reactor fuel cycles. The project […]United States, New York Nuclear Industry
New York Statewide Greenhouse Gas Emissions Report (1990-2019)
Excerpts from the Summary Report I. Introduction to the Report This annual report on statewide greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions provides a summary of emissions for the years 1990-2019 and includes information on the relative contribution of each gas and emission source specified in the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act.2 This includes all anthropogenic greenhouse […]United States, New York Electronics Industry Greenhouse/Ozone Gases
Scarsdale awarded $260,000 fluoridation grant from New York State Department of Health
RESOLUTION RE: AMENDING THE FY 2021-22 ADOPTED BUDGET TO APPROPRIATE FUNDING TO THE FLUORIDE UPGRADES CAPITAL PROJECT WHEREAS, the Village of Scarsdale was awarded a $260,000 grant from the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) in October 2018 to fund 100% of the costs in connection with fluoridation and water quality improvements at the […]United States, New York
The NY State Department of Health announces the availability of funding for Drinking Water Fluoridation.
NYSDA [New York State Dental Association] and its charitable arm, the New York State Dental Foundation (the Foundation), have long been strong advocates for an infrastructure funding program to implement fluoridation of community water systems and to replace aging water fluoridation equipment in communities throughout New York State. This essential initiative removes the possibility of […]United States, New York
Fluoridation May Be Doing More Dental Harm Than Good, Researchers Report, Using US Statistics
70% of Children Now Afflicted with Dental Fluorosis NEW YORK, July 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Federal data reveals “even low levels of water or plasma fluoride exposure was associated with increased risk of dental fluorosis [white spotted, yellow or brown splotched teeth],” writes Dong, et al., reflecting 2015-2016 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) in […]United States, New York
Study: “Safe” Water Fluoride Levels Linked to Hip Fractures
Natural water fluoride levels (ranging from 0 to 1 mg/L), considered safe in the US, are linked to hip fractures in Swedish elderly women when total fluoride intake is calculated, concludes a new study published in the Journal, Environmental health Perspectives (April 2021), by Helte, et al., reports the New York State Coalition Opposed to […]United States, New York