Fluoride is neurotoxic at low levels says top US Government Science Program’s Review

“Fluoride is presumed to be a cognitive neurodevelopmental hazard to humans” according to the second draft report of the US National Toxicology Programme (NTP), that has just been released. The National Toxicology Program (NTP) is an inter-agency program run by the United States Department of Health and Human Services to coordinate, evaluate, and report on toxicology within public agencies. This…

Several In Utero Fluoride/IQ Studies Should Provoke A Nation-Wide Fluoridation Moratorium

Half page newspaper ad in the NZ Herald, Bay of Plenty Times, Rotorua Daily Post, Hawke’s Bay Today,the Wanganui Chronicle and twenty community papers first week of September. Critics of the fluoride-IQ study published this month in JAMA Pediatrics claimed it needed replication. However, the Canadian study by Green (2019) was already a replication of another…

Ground Breaking New Study – Top Medical Journal – Fluoridated Water Lowers Kids’ IQs

The world’s premier pediatric journal (JAMA Pediatrics) has published a new government-funded study, Association Between Maternal Fluoride Exposure During Pregnancy and IQ Scores in Offspring, confirming our worst fears, linking exposure to fluoridated water during pregnancy to lowered IQ for the developing child.  Making the publication of this study even more impactful is that it…

When Pro-fluoridation Public Health Agencies Ring Alarm Bells About Fluoridation – it’s time to listen.

The O’Brien Institute for Public Health at Calgary University has just released their report on fluoridation. This institute has, up to now, been staunchly in favour of fluoridation. However, yesterday, with regards to fluoride’s effect on the brain, they say “The new emerging studies in this domain need to be tracked very closely, and carefully…

Fluoridation contributes to Iodine deficiency and related illnesses

A recent review identifies the molecular mechanisms by which fluoride inhibits sodium iodide symporter expression and functionality, which in turn contributes to impaired iodide absorption, diminished iodide-concentrating ability, and iodine deficiency disorders[1]. Overall, studies suggest that fluoride exposure directly affects the bio-availability of iodine in humans. This is particularly important for New Zealanders, as NZ…