Resources

Resources

Books


Bryson, Christopher, The Fluoride Deception
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Seven Stories Press, 2004.

Read Reviews of the book

Click here to see a video interview with author Christopher Bryson:  http://fluoridealert.org/bryson.htm

Fluoride in Drinking Water: A Scientific Review of EPA’s Standards 
Committee on Fluoride in Drinking Water, National Research Council

 

Download the executive summary of the report here: nrc_report.pdf

Purchase through National Academies Press: http://www.nap.edu/catalog.php?record_id=11571


Videos

* The Fluoride Deception
* Professional Perspectives: Fluoride in Tap Water
* Harvard Professor Hiding a Link?
* EPA Union Calls for Moratorium on Water Fluoridation
* Don’t Swallow Your Toothpaste
* Fluoride Warning for Infants
* Forum on Water Fluoridation
* Fluoride Dangers
* Fluoride Debate in Ireland
* FAN’s video interview with Dr. Arvid Carlsson, 2000 Nobel Prize scientist


Links

Fluoride Action Network www.fluoridealert.org
Second Look www.slweb.org
Citizens for Safe Drinking Water www.keepers-of-the-well.org
New York State Citizens Opposed to Fluoridation www.orgsites.com/ny/nyscof/
Environmental Working Group www.ewg.org


Other Resources

These PDF files require Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Water Fluoridation has NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT on Dental Health, according to US Government Data Prepared by Bill Osmunson, DDS, MPH

Oregon Cities the Fluoridate

Scientific American, January 2008 – Second Thoughts About Fluoride

Bibliography of Scientific Literature on Fluoride from slweb.org

York Review – Fluoridation of drinking water: a systematic review of its efficacy and safety.

Rachel’s Democracy & Health News – Adding Fluoride to Drinking Water: A Good Idea?

Scientific Consensus Statement on Environmental Agents Associated with Neurodevelopmental Disorders. Fluoride is identified as a chemical of “significant concern.”
The Statement is in pdf format and takes about a minute to download. It was released February 20, 2008

Harvard study on the Association Between Fluoride in Drinking Water During Growth and Development and the Incidence of Osteosarcoma for Children and Adolescents

Cancer Causes Control: Age-specific fluoride exposure in drinking water and osteosarcoma
Elise B. Bassin et. al