Perrott wrong. New US Government study does find large, statistically significant, lowering of IQ in children prenatally exposed to fluoride

While the New Zealand Ministry of Health remains silent on a landmark, multi-million-dollar, US Government funded study (Bashash et al), and the Minister of Health continues to claim safety based on out-dated advice, fluoride promoter Ken Perrott has sought to discredit the study via his blog posts and tweets. Perrott claims that the results were…

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World Leading Fluoridation Expert speaking around New Zealand and at Parliament

‘Fluoridation is not safe and not effective’ is the message from Fluoride Free New Zealand, who are hosting a series of free public lectures on the topic this February. Internationally renowned expert Professor Paul Connett, co-author of The Case Against Fluoride and former director of the Fluoride Action Network, will be visiting numerous towns across…

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NZ Health Officials Proven Wrong on Mercury Amalgam Fillings – They are Wrong about Fluoride too!

Finally, NZ health officials are moving to stop mercury amalgam fillings. The Waikato DHB announced today that it was no longer going to use mercury amalgam fillings after the European Union announced it was banning amalgam fillings for children. But instead of admitting that these fillings will have caused health problems for many, probably hundreds…

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New US Government Study on Fluoride Damage to Brain must Spell End to Fluoridation in New Zealand

Fluoride Free New Zealand is calling on the 23 councils (out of the total of 67) that still fluoridate, to urgently implement a moratorium on fluoridation to protect the brains of children being born today in their community. A major study published on Tuesday in the US Government’s Environmental Health Perspectives has found that children…

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Two New Studies Show Association between Fluoride Intake, Chronic Pain and Arthritic Disease

Press Release by Lead Author, Declan Waugh 3rd July 2017 A collaborative group of international scientists, academics and medical practitioners have banded together without any funding to publish two major research studies addressing shortcomings in how public health policy decisions are made in Ireland and New Zealand. The New Zealand study, published on 21st June…

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