When Good News Is Really Bad News

May 12th, 2022 Children's Oral Health and Fluoride, Communities Supporting Fluoride, Fluoride and Public Health, Uncategorized

Normally, a 58% decrease in the number of children’s teeth being extracted in a country would be a statistic to celebrate. However, dental health leaders in England recognize that the significant drop in extractions in back-to-back years is largely due to to delayed dental treatment during the pandemic. Dental leaders are urging a greater need for […]

Closing the Gap in Oral Health Disparities for Indigenous Children

November 24th, 2021 Children's Oral Health

November is Native American Heritage Month,  which celebrates the history, heritage, traditions, and contemporary way of life of Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians. It is also a time to raise a general awareness about the unique challenges and inequities native people have faced both historically and in the present, and the ways in […]

Fluoride Exposed is the New Host for Fluoride Science

September 27th, 2021 Facts about Fluoride, Public Education Materials, Uncategorized, What the Experts Say about Fluoride

  Fluoride Exposed is the new host for Fluoride Science. FluorideScience.org – by the Center for Fluoride Research Analysis – is produced by an independent board of experts in the field. It has been an invaluable resource for topic summaries, critical appraisals, reviews, commentaries, and interviews on fluoride research. Last year, the site had gone down, and was without hosting. Fluoride […]