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Should water fluoridation be banned?

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Poll Results: 3,536 votes
29%
No.
 
29%
Yes.
 
26%
I'm not sure.
 
7%
What is water fluoridation?
 
6%
Fluoride isn't added to water in my area.
 
1%
Other.
 


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Andrea A.
Friday October 31, 2014, 6:48 AM


I'm not sure.

Andrea A.
Tuesday September 2, 2014, 6:54 AM


I'm not sure.

Nimue P.
Thursday May 22, 2014, 2:44 AM


Absolutely! Fluoride is a cumulative poison which never leaves the body. There is no evidence to suggest it has any good impact on teeth, in fact, quite the contrary - people who are allergic to fluoride develop mottled teeth and it destroys the enamel. If you want to take a supplement , do so, it should NOT be in the water supply; what if they decided to put contraceptives in the bread? Would you think that was a good idea also? Wake up, stupid!

Nimue P.
Thursday May 22, 2014, 2:44 AM


Absolutely! Fluoride is a cumulative poison which never leaves the body. There is no evidence to suggest it has any good impact on teeth, in fact, quite the contrary - people who are allergic to fluoride develop mottled teeth and it destroys the enamel. If you want to take a supplement , do so, it should NOT be in the water supply; what if they decided to put contraceptives in the bread? Would you think that was a good idea also? Wake up, stupid!

Nimue P.
Thursday May 22, 2014, 2:43 AM


Absolutely! Fluoride is a cumulative poison which never leaves the body. There is no evidence to suggest it has any good impact on teeth, in fact, quite the contrary - people who are allergic to fluoride develop mottled teeth and it destroys the enamel. If you want to take a supplement , do so, it should NOT be in the water supply; what if they decided to put contraceptives in the bread? Would you think that was a good idea also? Wake up, stupid!

Sue H.
Saturday May 10, 2014, 8:57 PM


Yes.

Heidi Aubrey
Tuesday March 4, 2014, 5:57 PM


I am leaning no. There is undisputed evidence that shows children who drink fluoridated water have less than half the cavity rate as children who don't drink it. There is also some (albeit weak) that it helps with bone mineral density as well.

Alan Lambert
Sunday January 26, 2014, 3:19 AM


No

John B.
Monday December 16, 2013, 3:05 AM


Yes.

Eternal Gardener
Monday June 24, 2013, 3:47 AM


Yes it should.



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