Even though fluoride has been labeled a developmental neurotoxin, U.S. regulatory agencies and other promoters refuse to allow this potential harm to interfere with their blind promotion of fluoridation policy.
Developmental neurotoxins are capable of causing widespread brain disorders such as autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, learning disabilities, and other cognitive impairments. The harm is often untreatable and permanent.
When fluoride was labeled an endocrine disruptor in the 2006 landmark report on the toxicology of fluoride, published by the National Research Council of the National Academies, the reaction of all U.S. regulatory agencies involved in this issue was the same: zero response.
The lack of reaction to the 43 published studies reporting an association of exposure to fluoride and reduced IQ in children has been deeply worrying.
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