Harvard study shows fluoridated water linked to decrease in child IQs
March 25, 2014
A governmental health authority is urging English cities to consider
mass fluoridation of their water supplies in what they say will be a
“safe and effective” way to increase public health.
Officials with Public Health England,
a governmental entity purporting to be all about “helping people to
stay healthy, and protecting them from threats to their health,” have
cited figures they say indicate adding the industrial toxic waste chemical is not as bad as once perceived.
“In fluoridated areas, there were 45% fewer children aged one to four admitted to hospital [for dental problems],” a BBC report
on PHE’s study claims, adding, “Levels of general tooth decay were 15%
lower for five-year-olds and 11% lower for 12-year-olds.”
Although pointing out “It has been suggested water fluoridation can
increase the risk of some cancers, hip fractures and Downs syndrome,”
the BBC fails to mention the multitude of university studies which link
fluoride to a host of severe detrimental disorders.