Fluoride occurs naturally in water. Fluoride exists naturally in virtually all Fluoride occurs naturally in the Bow and Elbow Rivers, in concentrations varying throughout the year, between 0.1 and 0.4 milligrams per litre. Fluoride has been recognized as an important nutrient for healthy teeth. Health Canada recommends that fluoride levels be adjusted in community … Continue reading THE FACTS ABOUT FLUORIDE
Here is a detailed report published by the National Health and Medical Research Council of the Government of Australia on July 4, 2017.
A report critically appraising scientific literature presenting evidence regarding community water fluoridation.
Dr. McLaren’s team built a study around Calgary’s decision to cease fluoridation, which occurred in May 2011 following a February 2011 majority city council vote. This city council vote of 10 city councillors overturned the results of two plebiscites – votes by over 100,000 citizens in favour of fluoridation. For … Continue reading Study shows tooth decay worsened in Calgary children after fluoride removal
Here is a fact sheet by the Public Health Agency of Canada containing basic facts about fluoridation, including information regarding its safety and effectiveness.