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I know you generally can’t rely on the book reviews on Amazon. But sometimes they can be humorous. I came across some funny examples in the reviews for The Holy Bible King James Version Here’s one from Todd W. Hemphill: … Continue reading
Image credit: Kurt:S/Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0). An updated New Zealand scientific review of community water fluoridation (CWF) finds that CWF in New Zealand is safe and effective. The new review, Fluoridation: an update on evidence, was published by the New Zealand … Continue reading
Anti-fluoridationists put faith in new “strong” studies to provide evidence missing in draft NTP review
The US National Academies of Science (NAS) found the National Toxicity Programme’s (NTP) conclusion in their recent draft report that fluoride is neurotoxic was not supported by the reviewed evidence (see Another embarrassment for anti-fluoride campaigners as neurotoxic claim found … Continue reading
Image credit: Assessing and addressing bias in systematic reviews The Fluoride Action Network (FAN), in the last decade, paid for translation of a lot of Chinese-language scientific papers linking high fluoride dietary intake to IQ deficits in children. They, of course, … Continue reading
Anti-fluoride activists love to trot out studies where no increase in tooth decay was found after community water fluoridation (CWF) ceased. They are cherry-picking, of course, because they ignore the studies which do show a decline in dental health. I have … Continue reading
Image credit: MSoF – Ooops, [Newsweek] Did It Again Publication of the Cochrane fluoridation review last year caused quite a flurry. Anti-fluoridation activists launched an avalanche of cherry-picked quotations and claims that completely misrepresented the review’s findings. On the other hand, the Cochrane review … Continue reading
The scientific community is international but it is surely dominated, and influenced by, something less international – the overwhelming predominance of the use of the English language. In the past when that dominance was less extreme scientists were more aware of … Continue reading
Image Credit: Cochrane Oral Health Blog The latest Cochrane Review on community water fluoridation (CWF) was published in June. Here are a citation and link for those interested: Iheozor-Ejiofor, Z., Worthington, HV., Walsh, T., O’Malley, L., Clarkson, JE., Macey, R., … Continue reading
New Zealand policy makers and health professionals should be wary about much of the current media comments on the Cochrane Fluoridation Review (Iheozor-Ejiofor 2015). Anti-fluoridation campaigners are misrepresenting it and distorting its findings. They are using cherry-picked quotes to make claims … Continue reading
The Cochrane review did not look at the effect of community water fluoridation (CWF) on dental fluorosis. It simply reviewed data on the prevalence of dental fluorosis at different fluoride drinking water concentrations – up to 7.6 ppm which is … Continue reading