Guys, you really need to check yourselves. First, the guilt tactic is no bueno. I'm sure it is not people's intention to not take care of one another, but there are some studies that have been done that raise red flags, and people are RIGHT to be concerned about them. Money talks, and if you put enough research into finding out how good something is, and neglecting to put enough money into how bad something is, it makes for a compelling brainwash to use on people.
Secondly, I don't know where you guys got your information about fluoride being a mineral, but that is absolutely false. I can tell you that without a doubt, but whether you would believe me or not is the question. Before your article misinforms people, I would STRONGLY encourage you to do further research on what chemistry defines fluoride as; chemical properties, how it reacts with other elements, MSDS information, and the like. If you're nice, you may want to update your article.
Thirdly, I'm not sure where you guys got your statistics for rates of cavities in school children, how many doctors in Portland actually support fluoridation, how many doctors in Portland are against fluoridation, how many doctors in Portland are indifferent about fluoridation, what healthy doses of fluoride are, etc.., but I want your sources. ALL YOUR SOURCES ARE BELONG TO ME! Send me what you got. Post them as a comment in this thread.
*facepalm* I pity people who want to stick their heads in the sand about the overlaying issue. Educate yourselves: http://www.theotherschoolofeconomics.org/?…
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