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  1. photo Is severe dental <b>fluorosis</b> an adverse health effect?Is severe dental fluorosis an adverse health effect?News
    For decades, public health agencies, dentists, and scientists have stated that severe dental fluorosis was an adverse health effect. The National Academy of Sciences is charged by the federalRead more
  2. photo Federal government lowers recommended fluoride levels in U.S. public water after <b>fluorosis</b> harm becomes undeniableFederal government lowers recommended fluoride levels in U.S. public water after fluorosis harm becomes undeniableNews
    due to a growing prevalence of dental fluorosis in children and adolescents, as well as the fact that Americans already receive fluoride through a myriad of other sources, like toothpasteRead more
  3. photo False statements about fluoridation in the Portland election campaignFalse statements about fluoridation in the Portland election campaignNews
    not lead to mild fluorosis."No reference is given for this statement. Fluoridation has always been considered a public health trade off - more fluorosis for less tooth decay. Butadvocates today tend to wantRead more
  4. photo Shocking: The industrial  applications of sodium fluorideShocking: The industrial applications of sodium fluorideNews
    or irritation- Nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite- General weakness- Risk of convulsions- Ulcers- Cardiac arrhythmia- Hypocalcemia with nervous system disorders (tetany)- Dental fluorosis* (discoloring of teethRead more
  5. photo American Dental Association now recommends drugging infants with toxic hydrofluorisilic acid despite known health dangersAmerican Dental Association now recommends drugging infants with toxic hydrofluorisilic acid despite known health dangersNews
    , which dropped from 1.2 parts per million to a maximum of 0.7ppm. The switch came as a result of a revised risk assessment study that found two out of five adolescents have dental fluorosis, a conditionRead more
  6. photo A intoxicação induzida por flúor pode ser impedida por dosagens de RESVERATROL!A intoxicação induzida por flúor pode ser impedida por dosagens de RESVERATROL!Treatment
    Alert, Table 23: Enamel fluorosis among persons aged 6-39; MMWR, 200 2- Fluoride Alert March 11, 201 3- National Research Council of the National Academies, FLUORIDE IN DRINKING WATER: A SCIENTIFIC REVIEWRead more
  7. photo Shocking Results: A Woman Was Drinking Too Much Tea – Her Bones Started Breaking !Shocking Results: A Woman Was Drinking Too Much Tea – Her Bones Started Breaking !Treatment
    fluorosis, usually occurring in areas with high levels of fluoride in the water. The fluoride did not caused only pain, but also damaged her teeth, so dentists had to remove them. Doctors advised her to stopRead more
  8. Flúor tem atividade ‘anti-tireóide’Treatment
    fluoride on children’s intelligence, dental fluorosis in endemic fluorosis areas in Hulunbuir, Inner Mongolia, China. J Hazard Mater. Feb 28;186(2-3):1942-6. / Xiang Q, Liang Y, Chen B, et al. 2010. SerumRead more
  9. photo Fluoride Levels in Drinking Water to Decrease in U.S.Fluoride Levels in Drinking Water to Decrease in U.S.Article
    excessive exposure, which can lead to a potentially harmful condition known as fluorosis especially in children age 8 and under as teeth are still forming. Dental fluorosis is most often very mild in U.SRead more
  10. Fluoride - less Is still far too muchNews
    show signs of fluorosis, an overexposure to fluoride that causes white spots on teeth. The deputy surgeon general is citing fluorosis as the main reason for the lowering of the recommended amountRead more

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