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  1. The Case Against Fluoride: How Hazardous Waste Ended Up in Our Drinking Water and the Bad Science and Powerful Politics That Keep It There by Paul Connett, James Beck, et all 2010-10-07
  2. The Fluoride Deception by Christopher Bryson, 2006-03-01
  3. The Devil's Poison: How fluoride is killing you by Dean Murphy, 2008-07-11
  4. Fluoride the Aging Factor: How to Recognize and Avoid the Devastating Effects of Fluoride by John Yiamouyiannis, 1993-06
  5. Fluoride in Drinking Water: A Scientific Review of EPA's Standards by Committee on Fluoride in Drinking Water, National Research Council, 2006-12-22
  6. Clinical Uses of Fluorides: A State of the Art Conference on the Uses of Fluorides in Clinical Dentistry
  7. Health Effects of Ingested Fluoride by Bernard Meyer Wagner, National Research Council (U. S.) Commission on Life Sciences, 1993-12
  8. Removal of excess fluoride from drinking water by Frederick. Rubel, 1978-01-01
  9. Fluorine-carbon and Fluoride-carbon Materials
  10. Fluoride: Drinking Ourselves to Death by Barry Groves, 2002-06
  11. Fluoride Research 1985 (Studies in Environmental Science)
  12. Fluorides in the Environment by L H Weinstein, A Davison, 2003-11-12
  13. Chemistry of Tantalum and Niobium Fluoride Compounds by Anatoly Agulyansky, 2004-12-27
  14. Fused-fluoride electrowinning of thorium-base alloys by D. G. Kesterke, 1966-01-01

1. Fluoride - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
fluoride is the reduced form of fluorine. Both organic and inorganic compounds containing the element fluorine are considered fluorides.
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. For the addition of fluoride ions to water supplies, see Water fluoridation
Fluoride is the reduced form of fluorine . Both organic and inorganic compounds containing the element fluorine are considered fluorides. As a halogen , fluorine forms a monovalent ion (−1 charge). The range of fluorides is considerable as fluorine forms compounds with all elements except He and Ne . Fluorides range from severe toxins such as sarin to life-saving pharmaceuticals such as efavirenz and from refractory materials such as calcium fluoride to highly reactive sulfur tetrafluoride

2. Fluoride Action Network
fluoride Action Network is an international coalition seeking to broaden public awareness about the toxicity of fluoride compounds and the health impacts of
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NEW: Deconstructing Dr. Bailey . A 3-part critique of the comments made by Dr. Bailey of CDC's Oral Health Division to the City Council of Fairbanks, Alaska. Fluoridation rejected by a 759 to 324 vote May 6: VICTORY IN YARMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS: Fluoridation rejected by a 4,891 to 1,599 vote April 14: VICTORY IN DRYDEN, ONTARIO, CANADA. Fluoridation rejected by a 1,902 to 292 vote.
PROFESSIONAL PERSPECTIVES: A Statement on Fluoride in Tap Water by Dr Bill Osmunson
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NEW: Scientific Consensus Statement on Environmental Agents Associated with Neurodevelopmental Disorders . Fluoride is identified as a chemical of "significant concern." The Statement is in pdf format and takes about a minute to download. It was released February 20, 2008 - see press release NEW: Fluoride: Top 10 Scientific Developments of 2007 May 28, 2008: 1,724 Professionals Call for an End to Water Fluoridation

fluoride (that is added to municipal water) is a hazardous waste product for which there is substantial evidence of adverse health effects and,
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4. FLUORIDE Journal Of The International Society For Fluoride Research
fluoride, the official quarterly journal of the International Society for fluoride Research (ISFR), is published for the advancement of research and
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Fluoride, the official journal of the International Society for Fluoride Research (ISFR) is
published for the advancement of research and dissemination of knowledge pertaining to
agricultural, analytical, biochemical, biological, chemical, clinical, dental, ecological,
environmental, industrial, medical, metabolic, pharmacological, synergistic, and
toxicological aspects of inorganic and organic fluorides or fluorine compounds
Table of Contents 1996-2003
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all current and past issues are now available on the Journal's new site Please click the link for all new issues YEAR Vol:No Vol:No Vol:No Vol:No File PDF HTM HTM HTM HTM (All of 1999 is available as zipped Word 97 files - click here HTM HTM HTM Reprints of all issues are available as are the 35-year cumulative Author and Subject indexes Table of Contents 1968-1995 (TOCs only - articles not available below) YEAR Vol:No Vol:No Vol:No Vol:No only 2 issues in 1968 1968-1984 Table of Contents below (formatted without line breaks to allow for title searches) FLUORIDE Volume 1 No. 1 1968 pp 1-53

5. Fluoride And Water
Keeping your child s teeth healthy requires more than just daily brushing. Learn about fluoride, a substance found naturally in water that plays an
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Keeping your child's teeth healthy requires more than just daily brushing. During a routine well-child exam, you may be surprised to find the doctor examining your child's teeth and asking you about your water supply. That's because fluoride, a substance that's found naturally in water, plays an important role in healthy tooth development and cavity prevention.
What Is Fluoride?

6. American Academy Of Pediatric Dentistry - AAPD Publications
fluoride occurs naturally in water and in many different foods, Your child should use toothpaste with fluoride and the American Dental Association Seal
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How does fluoride work?
    When the element fluoride is used in small amounts on a routine basis it helps to prevent tooth decay. It encourages "remineralization," a strengthening of weak areas on the teeth. These spots are the beginning of cavity formation. Fluoride occurs naturally in water and in many different foods, as well as in dental products such as toothpaste, mouth rinses, gels, varnish and supplements. Fluoride is effective when combined with a healthy diet and good oral hygiene.
Will my child need fluoride supplements?
    Children between the ages of six months and 16 years may require fluoride supplements. The pediatric dentist considers many different factors before recommending a fluoride supplement. Your child's age, risk of developing dental decay and the different liquids your child drinks are important considerations. Bottled, filtered and well waters vary in their fluoride amount, so a water analysis may be necessary to ensure your child is receiving the proper amount.
What type of toothpaste should my child use?

7. A-Z Topics: Fluoride & Fluoridation
fluoride and Fluoridation as it relates to the public.
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A-Z Topics Overview ADA Fluoridation Resources (Updated 06/06/07) Emerging Issues (Updated 12/15/06) Additional Resources (Updated 05/18/07)
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ADA Fluoridation Resources Fluoridation Facts Fluoridation Facts contains answers to frequently asked questions regarding community water fluoridation. This 71-page booklet is a comprehensive encyclopedia of fluoridation facts with over 350 scientific references. Fluoridation Facts includes information from scientific research in an easy to use question and answer format on the topics of effectiveness, safety, practice and cost-effectiveness of fluoridation. Additionally, the booklet contains a Compendium of more than 125 "National and International Organizations That Recognize the Public Health Benefits of Community Water Fluoridation for Preventing Dental Decay." Return to Top
Emerging Issues (Updated Items in this section address emerging issues related to community water fluoridation.

8. Index
fluoride Quarterly Journal of the International Society for fluoride Research.
International Society for Fluoride Research Research on fluoride: the open access journal Fluoride and international conferences on fluoride research The second announcement and call for abstracts for the XXVIIIth Conference of the ISFR, August 7-11, 2008 in Toronto, Canada The first announcement and call for abstracts for the ... (1)1-96 for January-March 2008 (with the volume headers corrected on pages 10 through 96) The International Society for Fluoride Research is an independent non-profit organization which promotes the sharing of scientific information on all aspects of inorganic and organic fluorides by hosting international conferences and the publication of a quarterly open access journal Fluoride which does not carry advertising Its financial support comes primarily from the sale of hard copies of Fluoride. It is not involved with the sale or disposal of products containing fluoride and has no financial links to industries involved in those activities. Click on the blue links to open the webpages . Please report problems accessing information on the webpages to Bruce Spittle, E-mail:

9. What Your Dentist Isn’t Telling You About Fluoride
America Overdosed on fluoride Lynn Landes (Includes e-mail correspondence inwhich an ADA spokesperson refutes news reports that non-fluoridated bottled
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    What Your Dentist Isn’t Telling You About Fluoride The Optimal Wellness Center is a r eference point for guiding healthcare professionals and consumers through the information resources of the Internet. The Fluoride Debate: A response to the American Dental Association's booklet, "Fluoridation Facts"
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    10. ADHA - Fluoride Facts
    Fluorine, from which fluoride is derived, is the 13th most abundant element and is released into the environment naturally in both water and air.
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    • Fluorine, from which fluoride is derived, is the 13th most abundant element and is released into the environment naturally in both water and air.
      Fluoride is naturally present in all water. Community water fluoridation is the addition of fluoride to adjust the natural fluoride concentration of a community's water supply to the level recommended for optimal dental health, approximately 1.0 ppm (parts per million). One ppm is the equivalent of 1 mg/L, or 1 inch in 16 miles.
      Community water fluoridation is an effective, safe, and inexpensive way to prevent tooth decay. Fluoridation benefits Americans of all ages and socioeconomic status.
      Children and adults who are at low risk of dental decay can stay cavity-free through frequent exposure to small amounts of fluoride. This is best gained by drinking fluoridated water and using a fluoride toothpaste twice daily.
      Children and adults at high risk of dental decay may benefit from using additional fluoride products, including dietary supplements (for children who do not have adequate levels of fluoride in their drinking water), mouthrinses, and professionally applied gels and varnishes.

    11. Fluoridation / Fluoride -- Toxic Chemicals In Your Water
    fluoride compounds which are put in water (fluoridation), toothpaste and supplement tablets (including some vitamins) were never tested for safety before
    Fluoridation / Fluoride
    Toxic Chemicals In Your Water
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    Fluoride compounds which are put in water (fluoridation), toothpaste and supplement tablets (including some vitamins) were never tested for safety before approval. Recent independent research by scientists not associated with dental trade organizations has shown the following:
  • Neurotoxic and Lowers IQ
    In 1995, neurotoxicologist and former Director of toxicology at Forsyth Dental Center in Boston, Dr. Phyllis Mullenix published research showing that fluoride built up in the brains of animals when exposed to moderate levels. Damage to the brain occured and the behavior patterns of the animals was adversely effected. Offspring of pregnant animals receiving relatively low doses of fluoride showed permanent effects to the brain which were seen as hyperactivity (ADD-like symptoms). Young animals and adult animals given fluoride experienced the opposite effect hypoactivity or sluggishness. The toxic effects of fluoride on the central nervous system was subsequently confirmed by previously-classified government research . Two new epidemiological studies which tend to confirm fluoride's neurotoxic effects on the brain have shown that children exposed to higher levels of fluoride had lower IQs.
  • 12. Linus Pauling Institute At Oregon State University
    About 95% of the total body fluoride is found in bones and teeth (1). At usual intake levels, fluoride does not accumulate in soft tissue.
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      Fluorine occurs naturally as the negatively charged ion , fluoride (F ). Fluoride is considered a trace element because only small amounts are present in the body (about 2.6 grams in adults), and because the daily requirement for maintaining dental health is only a few milligrams a day. About 95% of the total body fluoride is found in bones and teeth . Although its role in the prevention of dental caries (tooth decay) is well established, fluoride is not generally considered an essential mineral element because humans do not require it for growth or to sustain life . However, if one considers the prevention of chronic disease (dental caries) an important criterion in determining essentiality, then fluoride might well be considered an essential trace element Function Fluoride is absorbed in the stomach and small intestine . Once in the blood stream it rapidly enters mineralized tissue (bones and developing teeth). At usual intake levels, fluoride does not accumulate in soft tissue. The predominant mineral elements in bone are crystals of calcium and phosphate, known as

    13. Fluoride - The Toxic, Deadly Poison.
    The report offers a glimpse into the history of fluoride, a bioaccumulative toxic that Americans ingest every day. The authors, Griffiths and Bryson,
    Fluoride: Deadly Poison?
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    "....The report offers a glimpse into the history of fluoride, a bio-accumulative toxic that Americans ingest every day. The authors, Griffiths and Bryson, spent more than a year on research. With the belief that the information should be withheld no longer, the authors gave their report to Waste Not, and others, with a short note: "use as you wish."
    The science of fluoridating public drinking water systems has been, from day one, shoddy at best. As we learn from this report, the basis of that science was rooted in protecting the U.S. Atomic bomb program from litigation. Americans have been convinced that fluoride will save their teeth and we drink more fluoridated water than any other nationality on earth. We learned about the dirty politics involved in the science and selling of fluoridation to a trusting public. We spent three months researching fluoride which resulted in the longest newsletter we've ever produced: Waste Not # 373.
    We learned that fluoride is a poison that accumulates in our bones. It has been associated with cancer in young males; osteoporosis; reduced I.Q.; and hip fractures in the elderly, to name a few. George Orwell would have been dazzled by the promotion of this toxic by dental and public health officials and concurrently, the avoidance of this issue by the environmental community. We think it has a lot to do with the sordid 50-year history of the promotion of fluoridation by the U.S. Department of Public Health and the American Dental Association. Rather than acknowledge the accumulating evidence of fluoride's threat to human health, they have en-trenched themselves in a position that has produced tactics that include the harassment of scientists and dentists who speak out."

    14. MedlinePlus Drug Information: Fluoride
    fluoride is used to prevent tooth decay. It is taken up by teeth and helps to strengthen teeth, resist acid, and block the cavityforming action of bacteria
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    Fluoride is used to prevent tooth decay. It is taken up by teeth and helps to strengthen teeth, resist acid, and block the cavity-forming action of bacteria. Fluoride usually is prescribed for children and adults whose homes have water that is not fluoridated (already has fluoride added). This medication is sometimes prescribed for other uses; ask your doctor or pharmacist for more information.
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    Fluoride comes as a liquid, tablet, and chewable tablet to take by mouth. It usually is taken once daily. Follow the directions on your prescription label carefully, and ask your doctor or pharmacist to explain any part you do not understand. Take fluoride exactly as directed. Do not take more or less of it or take it more often than prescribed by your doctor. The fluoride liquid may be taken straight from the bottle or mixed with cereal, fruit juice, or other foods. Use a dropper or an oral syringe to measure out your dose. Tablets may be dissolved in the mouth, chewed, or added to drinking water or fruit juice. Tablets also may be added to water for use in infant formulas or other food.

    15. Fluoride's Neurological Effects
    Studies show there may be grave implications for Alzheimers, Dementia, Attention Deficit Disorder, reduced IQ in children.
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    Alzheimers, Dementia, Attention Deficit Disorder, reduced IQ in children Neurotoxicity of fluoride
    Fluoride , 1996, 29:2, 57-58 (Editorial by AWB and JC) The August 1995 issue of this journal contained an abstract (pages 151-152) of an interesting paper by Dr Phyllis Mullenix and her collaborators.1 They recorded behavioral changes in rats after ingestion of fluoride, and found that the severity of the effect on behavior increased directly with plasma fluoride levels and fluoride concentration in specific brain regions. A reading of the full paper is well worthwhile. In their Introduction, after referring to the increase in dental fluorosis in humans after decades of water fluoridation, the authors comment: "One concern that has not been fully investigated is the link between fluoride and effects an the central nervous system (CNS).... Many years of ubiquitous fluoride exposure have not resulted in obvious CNS problems such as seizures, lethargy, salivation, tremors, paralysis, or sensory deficits. Still unexplored, however, is the possibility that fluoride exposure is linked with subtle brain dysfunction." The carefully designed animal experiment which they report revealed subtle but very real changes in behavior patterns following fluoride ingestion: hyperactivity after prenatal exposure, and cognitive deficits after weanling and adult exposure. Fluoride accumulation in important regions of the rat brain, especially the hippocampus, was found to increase as the drinking water fluoride levels increased. These effects, and the sex differences observed, corresponded to those observed in other studies of hippocampal brain damage.

    16. Fluoride
    fluoride is a mineral added to toothpaste and some drinking water to make teeth stronger.
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    Fluoride is a mineral added to toothpaste and some drinking water to make teeth stronger. Fluoride and Your Teeth How does fluoride strengthen your teeth? Fluoride Treatments and Supplements What kind of fluoride treatments and supplements are available, and when should you or your child have extra fluoride? Water Fluoridation Fluoride's benefits to teeth were discovered in the 1930s. Dentists started to notice that people who drank naturally fluoridated water had less tooth decay. Can Fluoride Help Adults? Fluoride isn't just for children. Does Your Child Need Fluoride Supplements? Not all children need fluoride supplements. How do you know if your children do? Additional Resources Organizations and agencies to contact for more information. Fluorosis This tooth discoloration can result from too much fluoride when teeth are developing. Editorial Policy Contact Us About Us Site Map and the terms and conditions . External website links provided on this site are meant for convenience and for informational purposes only; they do not constitute an endorsement. These external links open in a different window.

    17. Fluoride
    This is the story of how dental science discoveredand ultimately proved to the world-that fluoride, a mineral found in rocks and soil, prevents tooth decay

    18. Fluoride Medical Facts From
    Physician reviewed fluoride patient information includes fluoride description, dosage and directions.
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    Generic Name: fluoride (FLOR ide) Brand names: Altaflor, Ethedent Chewable, Fluoritab, Flura-Drops, Flura-Loz, Flura-Tab, Karidium, Lozi-Flur, Luride, Nafrinse, Pharmaflur, Pharmaflur 1.1, Pediaflor Drops, Luride-SF, Fluorabon, Fluorodex, Fluor-A-Day
    What is fluoride?
    Fluoride is a substance that strengthens tooth enamel. This helps to prevent dental cavities. Fluoride is used as a medication to prevent tooth decay in people that have a low level of fluoride in their drinking water. Fluoride is also used to prevent tooth decay in people who undergo radiation of the head and/or neck, which may cause dryness of the mouth and an increased incidence of tooth decay. Fluoride may also be used for other purposes not listed in this medication guide.

    19. Toxic Effects Of Fluoride
    The devastating, toxic effects of fluoride are well documented by mainstream organizations. The Journal of the American Medical Association (19901992) has
    The Toxic Effects of Fluoride
    The devastating, toxic effects of fluoride are well documented by mainstream organizations. The Journal of the American Medical Association (1990-1992) has reported a greater incidence of hip fractures in fluoridated areas in the U.S. and Britain. TheNew England Journal of Medicine (1990) reported that fluoride treatment of osteoporosis patients resulted in higher hip fracture rates. The governmental National Institute of Environmental and Health Sciences (1990) has shown that fluoride causes cancer. Former promoters of fluoridation have since found that fluoridation does not reduce tooth decay (1987-1988). Scientist at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (1989-1993) have come out against fluoridation because they have confirmed that it does not reduce tooth decay and that there is clear evidence that fluoride causes cancer. The American Chemical Society published a 17-page cover story (1988) questioning the safety and effectiveness of fluoridation. In the U.S. a disease of brown decaying teeth has been known since 1916. In 1931 it was identified as "dental fluorosis". Bone disorders (skeletal fluorosis, osteoporosis and arthritic pains) from fluoride in the water have been reported in the U.S. In Bartlett, TX (1943-1953) where the water had 8ppm fluoride, the death rate was 3 times higher than in neighboring Cameron, TX with 0.4 ppm fluoride. The U.S. Center for Disease Control and The Safe Water Foundation estimate 30,000 to 50,000 excess deaths each year in areas where there is 1 ppm fluoride in the drinking water, the normal added amount.

    20. PFPC
    Links to articles and websites generally opposing consumption of fluoride.
    PFPC The Fluoride Education Project Public Sites Symptoms of Fluoride Poisoning “Though apparently vague and non-specific, most of the symptoms of fluoride toxicity point towards some kind of profound metabolic dysfunction, and are strikingly similar to the symptoms of Hypothyroidism.” Read more... History of the Fluoride-Iodine Antagonism The effects of fluoride on thyroid hormone - regulated biochemical events have been known for over 80 years. For many years fluoride compounds were used as the first line of defense in the treatment of hyperthyroidism. Read more... Fluoride in Food Worldwide dentists are trying to convince the public that children aren’t getting enough fluoride, implementing water- and salt fluoridation schemes, but the exact opposite is true: children - and adults - are actually overdosing on fluoride. Tables are listed here Salt Fluoridation A comprehensive website dealing with issues related to salt fluoridation. Worldwide many more people are affected by salt fluoridation than water fluoridation. Find out more...

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