Systemic fluoridation ppt
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Some 50 years after United States authorities began adding fluoride to public water supplies to reduce
cavities in children's teeth, recently discovered declassified government documents are shedding new light on the roots of that still-controversial public health measure, revealing a surprising connection between the use of fluoride and the dawning of the nuclear age.
The Manhattan Project
Post World War II-‘secret documents’ reveal:
Fluorine was the KEY chemical in refining nuclear grade Uranium.
Fluorine emerged as the PRIMARY health hazard of the Atom bomb program.
Aug 1948, JADA published document with EVIDENCE of the US Atomic Energy Commission censoring the report that fluorine was a health hazard
The Birth of Program F
General Leslie R. Groves was sent a memo which requested a cover-up operation
Because of complaints that animals and humans have been injured by hydrogen fluoride fumes in [ the New Jersey] area,
IN ANTICIPATION OF FURTHER LAWSUITS, PROGRAM F WAS COMMISSIONED!
Newburgh-Kingston study of artificial water fluoridation was used as a cover to evaluate systemic effects of low dose fluoride.
Most Countries Reject Water Fluoridation .
Countries opposing water fluoridation
Water fluoridation is not practiced in India. Fluorosis is endemic in at least 20 states.The maximum permissible limit of fluoride in drinking water in India is 1.2 mg/L.
The WHO guideline value for fluoride in water is not universal: India, for example, lowered its permissible upper limit from 1.5 ppm to 1.0 ppm in 1998.
In India an estimated 62 million people, including 6 million children, have serious health problems due to consuming fluoride-contaminated water.
A programme for controlling the disease, through networking between rural drinking water supply implementing agencies and health departments came into existence in India during 1986-1987. The Ministry of Rural Development (subsequently re-named the Ministry of Rural Areas and Employment