Should Fluoride Be Added to Drinking Water?

Fluoride is a natural element that’s good for teeth. So what’s the problem?

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The fluoridation of water is regarded as a key strategy in the prevention of tooth decay. Some people are very keen on it, whereas others object strongly.

Why on earth would anyone oppose such an apparently effective solution? After all, it is widely stated by health authorities that…

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