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Canadian Mother-Offspring IQ Study: The Globe and Mail on Aug 23.
Fluoride won’t make you dumber, but the ‘debate’ about its safety might By André Picard André Picard is a health reporter and columnist for The Globe and Mail. His most recent book is Matters of Life and Death: Public Health Issues in Canada. There is no shortage of conspiracy theories in health care, but some […]Canada, Ontario
Canadian Mother-Offspring IQ Study: Mitchell Messenger.
Is There A Relationship between Fluoride and Intelligence? By Layla Redman Scientists have long known about fluorides benefit to teeth. This is why it is added to toothpaste, and why it is used for professional cleanings at the dentist. It is also the reason fluoride is typically added to the public water supply. However, there […]United States, National USA
Canadian Mother-Offspring IQ Study: Academy of General Dentistry.
Academy of General Dentistry responds to water fluoridation study Neil J. Gajjar, DDS, MAGD, President, Academy of General Dentistry makes a statement Researchers recently published a study questioning the effectiveness and safety of water fluoridation based on maternal exposure to fluoride during pregnancy. The Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) believes that, according to generally accepted scientific […]United States, National USA
Canadian Mother-Offspring IQ Study: MDLinx.
Journal Summaries in Pediatrics Association between maternal fluoride exposure during pregnancy and IQ scores in offspring in Canada, JAMA — Green R, Lanphear B, Hornung R, et al. In a prospective multicenter birth cohort study that used information from the Maternal-Infant Research on Environmental Chemicals cohort, researchers investigated the correlation between fluoride exposure during pregnancy […]United States, National USA
Canadian Mother-Offspring IQ Study: Earth.com
Is drinking fluoride during pregnancy linked to lower IQ scores for children? By Kay Vandette, staff writer Fluoride is a naturally occurring mineral, and research has shown that it can help prevent tooth decay, keeping the tooth enamel strong and healthy to guard against cavities. Because of its potential role in improving oral health, fluoride […]United States, National USA
Canadian Mother-Offspring IQ Study: Medical News Today.
Fluoridated water: Maternal exposure may affect children’s IQs By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Gianna D’Emilio New research examines the link between maternal consumption of fluoridated water and lower IQs in their children. According to recent estimates, 66% of all United States residents receive fluoridated water through their taps. Adding fluoride to drinking water has […]United States, National USA
Canadian Mother-Offspring IQ Study: Chicago Tribune.
Could fluoride be bad for your baby during pregnancy? By Dennis Thompson, HealthDay Fluoride exposure from drinking water during pregnancy could be making children less intelligent, a new Canadian study argues. Expectant moms with higher levels of fluoride in their urine tended to have kids with lower average IQs, based on a study of 601 […]United States, Illinois
Canadian Mother-Offspring IQ Study: ABC – Atlanta.
Study: Increased levels of fluoride exposure in pregnancy causes low IQ levels in children By 13 ON YOUR SIDE Staff It is the first study to evaluate the effect of the optimal level of fluoride. ATLANTA — A new study claims increased levels of fluoride exposure in pregnancy causes a low IQ level in children. […]United States, National USA
Canadian Mother-Offspring IQ Study: Babygaga.
Mothers Should Avoid Fluoride During Pregnancy, Canadian Study Shows By Mark Lugris A new Canadian study claims that exposure to fluoride in drinking water during pregnancy can be detrimental to kids’ IQs. The study, which analyzed 601 mother-child pairs from six cities in Canada, found that pregnant women with higher levels of fluoride in their […]United States, National USA
Canadian Mother-Offspring IQ Study: Association of Health Care Journalists. Part 2.
Covering a controversial study: How to dig deep on a deadline By Tara Haelle Tara Haelle is the Association of Health Care Journalists’ medical studies core topic leader, guiding journalists through the jargon-filled shorthand of science and research and enabling them to translate the evidence into accurate information. *Original article online at https://healthjournalism.org/blog/2019/08/covering-a-controversial-study-how-to-dig-deep-on-a-deadline/ See also […]United States, National USA