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Shocking news from Ontario - newsletter from fluoridealert.org

DECEMBER 15, 2014 Shocking news from Ontario A move is afoot to introduce mandatory water fluoridation into Ontario, Canada’s largest province. This would reverse years and years of dedicated
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Why Ditching Antibacterial Soap Is a Good Idea

Story at-a-glance− Triclosan, an antibacterial chemical used in a wide variety of consumer products, has many potentially harmful effects, especially for children Triclosan can alter hormone regulation ...
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Americans Have More Toxic Flame Retardants in Their Bodies Than Previously Thought... Free Test Can Determine if You’re Sitting on Toxic Furniture

Editor's note: Do not bother to do such a test. Flame retardants are used in your carpets and other household products to prevent fire. It can be everywhere. It can be illegal if flame retardants are not added to certain household products. More than 95% Americans are polluted by chemicals of this sort....
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Radiation exposure linked to aggressive thyroid cancers

Contact: Laura Kurtzmanlaura.kurtzman@ucsf.edu415-502-6397University of California - San Francisco@ucsf  Radiation exposure linked to aggressive thyroid cancers International team studied children and teens exposed after Chernobyl For the first time, ...
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What Effect Does Your Hamburger Have on The Environment? A Lot Says This New Movie

Martha Rosenberg   Film Review    It is often joked that even paranoids have real enemies and a case in point is the alarming new documentary Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret.  It may ...
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EWG Action Alert: Flame retardants

Dear XXXX, What do Antarctic penguins, honeybees, your baby or toddler and your sofa all have in common?All have been found to be tainted with fire ...
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Antibiotics may help Salmonella spread in infected animals, Stanford scientists learn

Contact: Bruce Goldmangoldmanb@stanford.edu650-725-2106Stanford University Medical Center@sumedicine  Antibiotics may help Salmonella spread in infected animals, Stanford scientists learn Some people infected with pathogens spread their germs to others ...
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Asbestos Likely More Widespread Than Previously Thought

Boulder, CO, USA — Naturally occurring asbestos minerals may be more widespread than previously thought, with newly discovered sources now identified within the Las Vegas ...
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Liquid detergent pods pose risk to children's eye health

Contact: Eileen Leahye.leahy@elsevier.com732-238-3628Elsevier Health Sciences Liquid detergent pods pose risk to children's eye health Attractive to kids, detergent pods should be kept out of reach to help ...
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Help! FAN versus the ADA on Capitol Hill

SEPTEMBER 6, 2014 Dear XXX:  We need your help urgently. The American Dental Association has just put out a message to their membership urging them to contact their ...
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