Conclusive proof that fluoride in our water supply can have an effect on a child's IQ level is published in the latest issue of WDDTY.
Two studies from China found that children exposed to high levels of fluoride in their local water had IQ levels that were up to six times below that of children from other districts where the fluoride levels were lower.
Some scientists are suggesting that the problem is far worse in the West, where high fluoride levels are more widespread. Millions of embryos and infants receive daily fluoride at doses known to cause crippling skeletal fluorosis in adults.
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