Tuesday, July 17, 2018

2 results for 'oral health'

No Fluoride for Babies Advises California Dental Association

By nyscof, published on Feb 26, 2010

...Paul Beeber, NYSCOF President.

"...mixing powdered or liquid infant formula concentrate with fluoridated water on a regular basis for infants primarily fed in this way may increase the chance of a child’s developing enamel fluorosis," according to the CDA's Feb 2010 Report, Oral Health During Pregnancy and Early Childhood: Evidence-Based Guidelines for Health Professionals. (1)

A 2006 California cavity epidemic study revealed that fluoridation is Ineffective (1a) In March 2006, the National Research Council (NRC) cautioned that infants can fluoride-overdose via... (more)

Tags: babies, fluoride, fluoridation, water, infant, caries, tooth decay, cavities, dental, dentistry, dentist, oral health, formula, feeding, teeth

It's Time to Retire Fluoridation

By Sally Stride, published on Jan 27, 2010

Sixty-five years ago this month, sodium fluoride powder was slowly poured into Grand Rapids, Michigan's public water supply to see if drinking fluoridated water (fluoridation) really safely reduced children's tooth decay. Nearby Muskegon was left fluoridation-free, for only 5 years, as the experiment's control city for comparison purposes even though evaluations were made after 15 years. (1) Before then, sodium fluoride was mainly used as a rat poison. The study failed and was seriously flawed; but early over-zealous fluoridationists ignored this inconvenient truth. Fluoridation was... (more)

Tags: drugs, fluoride, fluoridation, water, caries, tooth decay, cavities, dental, dentistry, dentist, oral health

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