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  • Fluoride debates should switch focus to cause of tooth decay

    We all know the one golden rule to abide by at a dinner party; don’t discuss sex, politics or religion. Well, you should probably add fluoride to that list. Vehemently defended by both sides of the fence, the debate has been raging for over 50 years since the majority of Australia’s water supply was fluoridated […]

  • Fluoride advocates and opponents face off in Oneida

    ONEIDA – Oneida residents had the opportunity to sit in on two meetings regarding fluoridation of the city’s water supply Monday. The first was held by Dr. Paul Connett at the Oneida Public Library, where about a dozen people attended to hear the Fluoride Action Network (www.fluoridealert.org) director speak. He noted that 97 percent of […]

  • Transcript of Jim Mora & Rob Beaglehole with comments by Fluoride Free New Zealand

    Radio New Zealand – Jim Mora Show 27th February 2015 Transcript of Jim Mora and Rob Beaglehole. Fluoride Free NZ comments in red. Jim: Fluoride could cause depression and weight gain, that’s the headline and the same sort of headline in more than one English paper, not just the Daily Mail. ‘Fluoride added to local water supplies […]

  • Snowmass: Fluoride fight moves beyond local interests

    State group funding pro-fluoride ads after Snowmass decision A state association for dental practitioners has joined the water fluoridation battle in Snowmass Village by helping to fund pro-fluoride ads in a local newspaper. “We just want to make sure the dentists, the groups talking about health, have the resources they need,” said Molly Pereira, associate […]

  • Public participation and environmental monitoring compared

    In the south of Uzbekistan, where most white Eurasian storks (Ciconia ciconia) migrating from the Indian subcontinent breed, the contamination from TALCO is affecting many native birds such as duck, falcon and bustard, representing all native wildlife, as well costing the human population dear. Among the Central Asian nations, few have quite as many concerns […]

  • Bulk Bag Unloading System contains Toxic Dust in Fluoridation Plants

    In water fluoridation plants different chemicals are used, including the highly toxic silicofluorid. Bulk material handling systems for this application, including bulk bag dischargers, dust containment systems, and flexible screw conveyors, have to meet high dust control requirements. For many years various Australian authorities have been slowly installing water-fluoridation plants in a general endeavour to […]

  • Global polyvinylidene fluoride coating market worth $241.4 million by 2019 according to new research report

    According to the new Market Research Report “Global Polyvinylidene Fluoride Coating Market by Application by Geography  – Analysis and Forecast to 2019″, the global PVDF coating market report defines and segments the concerned market with analysis and forecast of revenue. This market was valued at $176.5 million in 2014 and is projected to reach $241.4 […]

  • Fluorosilicic Acid Market – Industry Overview and Key Factors

    Albany, NY — Fluorosilicic acid is an organic liquid produced as by product of hydrogen fluoride and phosphoric acid production. It is generally used for fluoridation of water to maintain fluoride level in water by municipal corporations and in toothpastes. Maintaining fluoride levels helps in preventing tooth decay. Being a liquid, fluorosilicic acid is easy […]

  • Martinsville. Towarnicki: Most feedback in favor of fluoride

    Martinsville City Manager Leon Towarnicki will recommend that the city continue to add fluoride to its drinking water — if the issue comes up for a vote at Tuesday night’s city council meeting and he is asked for his opinion. His stance is based on scientific studies concluding that fluoridated water helps prevent tooth decay […]

  • Kiwis split on fluoridation, despite the evidence – study

    Little more than half of Kiwis believe fluoridation improves dental health, and less than half are in favour of putting it in the water supply, new research shows. Perhaps a more encouraging figure for health officials is only 10 percent of Kiwis outright deny there are any health benefits, with the rest falling into the […]