February 3, 2013
Concern grew in the late 1970s that even low levels of exposure to lead caused adverse changes in the mentally functioning of children.
The same thing is now starting to happen with fluoride.
We have extensively documented that:
The following video interviewing National Research Council scientists, a Nobel laureate in medicine, a professor of dentistry and other professionals summarizes the evidence fairly succinctly … and makes the case that our understanding of the damage fluoride can cause to our brains is like our growing understanding in the 1970s of the dangers of lead:
This article was posted: Sunday, February 3, 2013 at 6:49 am