Unnecessary toxin-laced fluoride chemicals added to water supplies attempt to prevent cavities
in tap-water drinkers.
Plans to increase NYS's fluoridation rate "by 10%, from 71.4% to 78.5%"
is revealed in a 12/15/2014 letter from Dentist J. Kumar,
Director, Bureau of Dental health and R. Sokol, PhD, Director, Bureau of Water
Supply Protection addressed to "County Health Commissioner or Public Health
New statistics confirm fluoridation's failure. Kumar compared 2004 to
2012 cavity rates and reported "disparities between high and low income children
widened." (page 62, National Oral Health
Kumar's research proved (page 61) that
cavity prevalence in NYS is significantly associated with sugary-beverage
"Fluoridation won't fix that problem," says Beeber. "No evidence links
cavities to fluoride-deficiency."
"Also, an ignored 1990 NYS Department of Health report alerted bureaucrats about fluoride's potential harm to kidney patients,
diabetics and the fluoride hypersensitive even at optimal levels," says
This NYS study
associates fluoridation with pre-term births.
A 2012 Kumar study
reveals that emergency treatment for NYS toddlers' severe tooth decay has grown
substantially in numbers and costs. Many required general anesthesia. This
despite decades of fluoridation reaching record numbers of New
Kumar's 2009 research (Journal of the American Dental Association)
reveals national data indicating similar cavity rates regardless of water
fluoride levels. (Table 1)
Communities which have stopped or rejected fluoridation
includ: Suffolk, Nassau & Rockland counties, Albany, Elba, Naples,
Levittown, Canton, Corning, Johnstown, Oneida, Carle Place, Beacon,
Poughkeepsie, Riverhead, Central Bridge Water District, Homer, Ithaca, Rouses
Point, Pulaski, Romulus and Amsterdam.
Further, NYS failed to adopt new HHS recommendation to lower water
fluoride levels to .7 mg/L putting more New York babies at risk of developing
dental fluorosis - white spotted, yellow, brown and/or pitted teeth, now
afflicting up to 60% of US adolescents, according to the CDC.
Paid PR Professionals have set up pro-fluoridation strategy meetings throughout New York State - usually providing slated misinformation. They will be in Farmingdale, NY on April 18 2015 and in Syracuse at later dates.