Fluoride Action Network


  • Musicians hoping fluoride letter will hit the right note with Irish Water

    Some of West Cork’s internationally-famed residents, including actor Jeremy Irons and Oscar winning director David Puttnam, are backing an anti-fluoride campaign. The celebrities have signed a letter to relevant authorities, including Irish Water, calling for the mandatory ingestion of fluoride through water and associated foods to be fully investigated amid serious health concerns. A raft […]

  • Using Private Wells: A Drinking Water Safety Guide

    Nearly one in seven Americans get their drinking water from private wells. Federal and state governments set legal limits for contaminants in public water systems, but those laws don’t cover private wells. If you’re one of the 44 million people relying on a private well for drinking water, here’s what you should know and do […]

  • Unfiltered Fervor: The Rush to Get Off the Water Grid

    SAN FRANCISCO — At Rainbow Grocery, a cooperative in this city’s Mission District, one brand of water is so popular that it’s often out of stock. But one recent evening, there was a glittering rack of it: glass orbs containing 2.5 gallons of what is billed as “raw water” — unfiltered, untreated, unsterilized spring water, […]

  • Danger! Replace These Household Items Now

    Your home is your castle, and also your haven. But common household items may be turning your sanctuary into a hazard and increasing your risk for colds, viruses, and food poisoning as well as deadly diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and cancer. Below are five common, but possibly dangerous, items you should consider replacing … now. […]

  • Fluoride Science = Tobacco Science

    For today’s bulletin Chris Neurath, FAN’s Research Director, will explain why he joined the fluoride-free movement.  We first distributed this in a bulletin in 2013, in this re-issue Chris has included an update to include Boradbent’s IQ study from NZ.  The quote we have used for this bulletin Fluoride Science is Tobacco Science, comes from another Chris, […]

  • Special report: Rural villages in China hit by fluorine poisoning from coal-burning

    Government attempts to introduce cleaner stoves into rural homes have failed to stem a public heath disaster caused by the burning of poor quality coal. An exclusive report from Shaanxi province by Meng Si The locals of Haoping, a township in the south of Shaanxi province, are known for their yellow teeth. The condition is […]

  • “Impurifying our precious bodily fluids”

    In the 1964 movie Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, General Jack D. Ripper launches a nuclear strike against the Soviet Union to stop the Communist infiltration that he fears will “sap and impurify all of our precious bodily fluids.” In the 1960s, moviegoers instantly recognized that Ripper’s […]

  • The Fear Of Bhangar: A Case Against Power Grid And High Voltage Transmission Line

    People of the villages Khamarait, Machhi Bhanga, Tona, Gazipur etc. of Polerhat 2 Panchayet in Bhangar Assembly Constituency are very agitated. According to them, they are facing desperate situation due to the Government decision to set-up a Power Grid (440/220 KV) in that area. The Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (a Govt. of India […]

  • The ExxonMobil near-disaster you probably haven’t heard of

    A 2015 explosion at the company’s refinery near Los Angeles came frighteningly close to releasing a lethal gas into a neighborhood; a ban may result It’s been nearly two years since Nadia Levine fielded the frantic calls — the first one from her husband, the next from a co-worker. Panicked, Levine dialed both her children’s […]

  • Fluoride Chemicals in Drinking Water; TSCA Section 21 Petition; Reasons for Agency Response

    Federal Register | PDF version Summary This document announces the availability of EPA’s response to a petition it received on November 23, 2016, under section 21 of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). The TSCA section 21 petition was received from the Fluoride Action Network, Food & Water Watch, Organic Consumers Association, the American Academy […]