Health & Safety Articles You Should Read: What ‘Conspiracy Theorists’ Have Been Saying All Along

A selection of articles from alternative health and news sites that everyone should read if you value your health and that of your family.

 

CDC and ADA Now Advise to Avoid Using Fluoride

A new study in the Journal of the American Dental Association finds once again that, contrary to what most people have been told, fluoride is actually bad for teeth.

Exposure to high levels of fluoride results in a condition known as fluorosis, in which tooth enamel becomes discolored. The condition can eventually lead to badly damaged teeth. The new study found that fluoride intake during a child’s first few years of life is significantly associated with fluorosis, and warned against using fluoridated water in infant formula.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is of a similar opinion. According to their website:

“Recent evidence suggests that mixing powdered or liquid infant formula concentrate with fluoridated water on a regular basis may increase the chance of a child developing … enamel fluorosis.”

It was 2007 when the American Dental Association (ADA) first warned that parents of infants younger than a year old “should consider using water that has no or low levels of fluoride” when mixing baby formula, due to concerns about fluorosis.

Now the Journal of the American Dental Association has published a study that found increased fluorosis risk among infants who were fed infant formula reconstituted with fluoride-containing water, as well as used fluoridated toothpaste.

 

TSA Claims X-ray Scanners are Safe as Europe Bans Scanners for ‘Health, Safety’

The European Union has decided to ban all X-ray scanners from EU airports in order to protect the health and safety of EU citizens, yet the TSA still claims that the scanners are completely safe. The ban comes after the recent media outburst regarding the 1998 report that linked the X-ray scanners to cancer. The report found that the machines could be causing 100 cases of cancer per year conservatively.

It is quite clear that the TSA is clinging on to the X-ray scanners for dear life, while the EU is taking the appropriate steps in protecting the health of travelers. This is evidenced by how differently the two governing bodies responding to the X-ray scanner cancer issue.

The European Union, following the news that the scanners are causing a threat to public health, decided to address the threat by removing the scanners. The European Commission issued a press release on November 14th calling for members of the European Union to remove X-ray scanners from its airports to avoid risking “citizens’ health and safety.” The United States on the other hand, went back on a promise to launch an independent safety into the machines.

 

In stunning show of bureaucratic idiocy, EU directive bans health claim that water prevents dehydration

The collection of medically indoctrinated idiots known as the European Food Standards Authority has officially disallowed a product health claim that says water prevents dehydration.

This means the EU does not even recognize the therapeutic ability of water to reverse chronic dehydration. It makes you wonder: If water cannot treat dehydration, then what would they use instead? Vaccines?

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“Aspartame” What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

Aspartame is far the most dangerous substance on the market that is added to food’s. Aspartame is the technical name for the brand names NutraSweet, Equal, Spoonful, and Equal-Measure.

Young girl left unable to talk or walk, sleeps 23 hours a day after getting Cervarix vaccine for HPV

Much of the attention concerning the dangers of getting vaccinated for human papillomavirus (HPV) and cervical cancer has been focused on Merck & Co.’s Gardasil.

McDonald Acknowledges Carcinogenic Fast Food and 5 Other Things You May Not Know

McDonald’s Made Me Lose My Appetite…    As much as I used to like their curly fries, I can’t believe they are calling their French fries and fast food “free from trans-fat”.

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