Sunday, December 29, 2013

"Dentistry Today" is about to publish a new study of how ending water fluoridation has affected Calgary, Alberta Canada -- Here's hoping we get some facts that can be "applicable" as the article states we no longer have, although the Alberta Health Services is expecting the study findings to create "more debate" about fluoride, so does that mean they already know how the study turned out?

http://dentistrytoday.com/todays-dental-news/9870-study-will-review-result-of-ending-water-fluoridation-in-canadian-city

Study Will Review Result of Ending Water Fluoridation in Canadian City


Written by Dentistry Today Thursday, 19 December 2013 09:58



People in Calgary, Alberta will soon find out how a controversial vote is affecting residents of the city.

The information from a study will soon be revealed after people voted to end water fluoridation in May 2011. The study will show the results based on data from children in grades 1 and 2.

The information will be beneficial to people in Calgary and even more beneficial to future cities, states or countries that vote to end water fluoridation.

Many of the studies on this particular matter are no longer applicable. It will (be) sic helpful to have current data to see the impact on people who recently went from fluoridated water to water without fluoride.

Alberta Health Services will present the date to the city council. The study could lead to more debate about the fluoridation issue.

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