Fluoride damages nervous system
Fluoride found in the water supply, toothpaste, supplements and processed foods can damage the central nervous system, causing motor dysfunction, IQ deficits and learning disabilities, new research has discovered.
This litany has to be added to the other known affects of fluoride, which include bone cancer, hip fractures in the elderly, tooth decay and dental fluorosis.
The new research, carried out by Harvard Medical School, has discovered that fluoride can accumulate in the brain tissues.
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