Fluoride

Denver Water Votes To Keep Adding Industrial Waste Fluoride, Ignores Natural Fluoride Difference

WTF NEWS The administrative board for Denver Water voted Wednesday to continue its policy of adding artificial fluoride compounds to the city's public water supply. The decision comes after the board held a special session last month in response to a 5 year campaign by activists from We Are Change…
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Sights and Sounds From the Denver Fluoride Debate – VIDEO

WTF NEWS Sights and sounds from the Denver Water fluoride forum. Some crazy conspiracy theorists presented a lot of evidence that the toxic industrial waste added to public water systems is harmful. Dr. Paul Connett's presentation Fluoride Information Session & Next Steps Denver Water hosted a Fluoride Information Session on July 29,…
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Denver could be largest US city to end fluoridation of public water as activists force debate

WTF NEWS The adminstrative board for Denver Water is hosting a special forum Wednesday to discuss the harmful effects of mass fluoridation of the city's public water supply after continued pressure from local activists. The Colorado chapter of activist group We Are Change has spent almost all of 2015 continuously…
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75% of Air and Rain Samples Contain Monsanto’s Round Up

Natural Society A new study proves just how invasive Monsanto’s best selling chemicals are, revealing how herbicide toxins are appearing in 75% of rain and air samples. Take a deep breath. Thanks to the massive use of herbicides across the planet, you likely just inhaled a dose of Monsanto’s best-selling herbicide,…
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FDA Tests less than 1% of Food Products for Pesticide Residue

All Gov. Consumers count on the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to keep food safe, but the agency tests very little of the produce sold in the United States for pesticides and some of its methods were deemed incomplete, according to a recent report. The Government Accountability Office (GAO) found the FDA “takes relatively…
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The World Awakens: America Sleeps – Chemtrails from Around the Globe, a Satellite View

Natural Society by Christina Sarich There are millions of people in the United States who are still ‘asleep at the wheel’ when it comes to awareness about geo-engineering programs for weather control and chemtrails. While Americas celebrate one of the most important dates for ‘freedom,’ we allow our governments to continue…
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Feds: Blacks Suffer Most From Fluoride, Fluoridate Anyway

The New American by Alex Newman The federal government has known for five decades that blacks were even more susceptible than whites to serious damage from fluoride added to water supplies, but it urged local governments to fluoridate the population anyway, according to newly released documents. In addition to knowingly…
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Study Finds Treated Fracking Wastewater Still Too Toxic

Oil Price By Andy Tully, One of the biggest concerns about hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is that the vast amount of wastewater produced by the process of extracting oil and gas from shale rock deep underground is incredibly toxic.   Most often, the wastewater is injected into disposal wells deep…
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Roundup + Agent Orange: Dr. Oz calls out EPA over glyphosate, 2,4-D combo herbicide Enlist Duo

| WTF News | On Monday's show, the well known Dr. Oz called out the US Environmental Protection Agency over the proposed approval of Enlist Duo, a new herbicide mix primarily made of glyphosate (known as Roundup) and a new form of 2,4-D (Agent Orange). This is not the first…
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Glyphosate Herbicide Sales Boom Powers Global Biotech Industry

Sustainable Pulse According to a new market report published by Transparency Market Research, the global glyphosate herbicides market was valued at USD billion in 2012 and is expected to reach USD billion by 2019, growing at a CAGR of over the forecast period from 2013 to 2019. In terms of…
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Pesticide Sprayed on New York City Parks Linked to Cancer, Study Says

Sustainable Pulse A pesticide that the Parks Department sprayed onto public greenspaces more than 1,300 times last year may be associated with non-Hodgkin lymphoma and breast cancer, recent scientific studies found — sparking concerns that the chemical could put children at risk. Source: By Amy Zimmer and Danielle Tcholakian, DNAInfo New…
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Monsanto Chemical-Resistant Weed Strikes Southern Cotton Fields and Threatens Midwest

All Gov In the 1970s, Monsanto introduced a new chemical to kill weeds. Known commonly as Roundup, it was capable of killing whatever weed got in its way. Seed companies later developed varieties of plants that were immune to Roundup’s killing power, enabling farmers to use one herbicide—Roundup—for all their…
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Sweet victory for Mexico beekeepers as Monsanto loses GM permit

The Guardian A small group of beekeepers in Mexico has inflicted a blow on biotech giant Monsanto, which has halted the company’s ambitions to plant thousands of hectares of soybeans genetically modified to resist the company’s pesticide Roundup. A district judge in the state of Yucatán last month overturned a…
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The U.S. Bans GMOs, Bee-Killing Pesticides in All Wildlife Refuges

takepart The government is creating a safe place for bees in national wildlife refuges by phasing out the use of genetically modified crops and an agricultural pesticide implicated in the mass die-off of pollinators. The Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Wildlife Refuge System manages 150 million acres across the country.…
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Monsanto Ordered to Pay $93 Million to Small Town for Poisoning Citizens

Natural Society Big wins can happen in small places. The West Virginia State Supreme Court finalized a big blow to the biotech giant Monsanto this month, finishing a settlement causing Monsanto to pay $93 million to the tiny town of Nitro, West Virginia for poisoning citizens with Agent Orange chemicals. The settlement…
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The Register’s Editorial: Who ya gonna call when the weedbusters no longer work?

Des Moines Register The Register's agriculture writer, Donnelle Eller, recently reported on a startling new arrival in the state: A "superweed" that may be resistant to popular herbicides used by Iowa farmers has been found in several Iowa counties. (" 'Superweeds' Choke Farms," June 22.) The story was an eye-opener…
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The Glyphosate Toxicity Studies You’re Not Allowed to See

On opposite sides of the globe, pesticide regulators are refusing to release to the public the key industry studies on glyphosate that underpin regulatory authorizations and safety limits set for the herbicide. Source: GM Watch, by Claire Robinson Earlier this year a group of Chinese food safety volunteers submitted a request…
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Arizona State Senator Kelli Ward Holds Public Forum on Geo-Engineering, Weather Modification

Ben Swann On Wednesday, June 25, Arizona State Senator Kelli Ward held a public forum to discuss public concerns regarding white vapor trails in the skies.  Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) representatives  Sherri Zendri and Beth Hager were on hand to answer questions from local residents who presented studies, personal…
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Systemic pesticides pose global threat to biodiversity, harming bees, butterflies, fish and birds

AFP Neurotoxic pesticides blamed for the world's bee collapse are also harming butterflies, worms, fish and birds, said a scientific review that called Tuesday for tighter regulation to curb their use.   Analysing two decades of reports on the topic, an international panel of 29 scientists found there was "clear…
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Chicken Meat Sold in America Contains Cancer-Causing Arsenic

Global Research After years of sweeping the issue under the rug and hoping no one would notice, the FDA has now finally admitted that chicken meat sold in the USA contains arsenic, a cancer-causing toxic chemical that’s fatal in high doses. But the real story is where this arsenic comes from: It’s…
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Fluoride

County in Florida rejects spending $800,000 to Fluoridate Water Supply

Infowars About 60,000 households in Hernando County, Florida were debating on spending $800,000 in tax-payer money to poison themselves with fluoride a few months ago. According to Susan Goebel-Canning, the county’s director of environmental services, this is what it would cost to put the leftovers from the phosphate fertilizer and semiconductor industries…
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Fluoridation doublespeak from the American Dental Association

Natural News by Doug Cragoe The American Dental Association (ADA) publishes a booklet titled Fluoridation Facts, the prior edition of which claimed, "Water fluoridation is practiced in approximately 60 countries." Phone calls to the ADA headquarters showed that, while the ADA insisted this was true, they could not provide a…
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Cancer-causing atrazine is world’s No. 1 drinking water contaminant

Natural News by J. D. Heyes For more than a half-century, North American farmers have been spraying atrazine, an herbicide, on their crops -- most notably corn -- in the millions of pounds per widespread use of the weed killer has also created no small amount of runoff, ensuring that…
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Fourth Anniversary of Gulf Oil Spill: Wildlife Is Still Suffering from Toxic Cover Up

Washington’s Blog As we noted at the time, and on the first (and here), second and third anniversaries of BP’s Gulf oil spill, BP and the government made the spill much worse by dumping toxic dispersant in the water in an attempt to to sink – and so temporarily hide – the oil. In addition, adding dispersant makes oil 52 times…
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Sri Lankan President Bans Sale of Roundup Over Chronic Kidney Disease Study

Sri Lanka has beome the first country to ban the sale of Monsanto’s “Roundup” glyphosate weedicide after a study found that the weedicide is responsible for the increasing number of chronic kidney disease patients. Minister of Special Projects Chandrasena said the decision to ban Glyphosate sales in the country has…
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Harvard: Fluoride Can Increase Autism and Attention Deficit Disorder

Washington's Blog Government and Top University Studies: Fluoride Lowers IQ and Causes Other Health Problems We reported last month that a Harvard study found that fluoride can lower children’s IQ by 7 points, and that numerous government reports have shown that fluoride can injure the brain and neurological system. Now,…
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Michael Finley’s ‘Do-It-Yourself’ 30 Day Detoxification Program

| WTF News | Michael D. Finley, CNHP, JD, author of The Tesla Conspiracy Many health problems are caused by toxins taken into the body through our water, foods, air, skin, personal care products, and cleaning products. In addition to removing these toxins from daily use, we can detoxify our…
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Monsanto’s Glyphosate Linked to Kidney Disease Epidemic in Poor Farming Regions

Natural Society Elizabeth Renter Currently, chronic kidney disease is killing thousands in poor farming regions like Sri Lanka. But this isn’t any ordinary kidney disease, as sufferers are developing the deadly condition without any ordinary risk factors. A recent study indicates researchers may have pinpointed the cause of the epidemic,…
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Monsanto’s Roundup Found in 75% of Air and Rain Samples

Global Research By John Deike In recent years, Roundup was found to be even more toxic than it was when first approved for agricultural use, though that discovery has not led to any changes in regulation of the ;Photo courtesy of Shutterstock A new  Geological Survey has concluded that pesticides can…
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CFS, Allies Seek Nationwide Wildlife Refuge Ban of Genetically Engineered Crops, Neonicotinoid Pesticides

Center for Food Safety Center for Food Safety (CFS) today (Feb. 25) filed a formal legal challenge demanding that the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) protect our wildlife and their habitat by prohibiting the use of genetically engineered (GE) crops and neonicotinoid pesticides in National Wildlife Refuges.  Public Employees for…
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Texas officials turn blind eye to fracking industry’s toxic air emissions

KARNES CITY, Texas—In January 2011, with air quality worsening in Texas' booming oil and gas fields and the federal government beginning to take notice, state environmental regulators adopted rules to reduce harmful emissions. The industry rebelled. So did the state legislature. A few months later, the legislature overwhelmingly approved SB1134,…
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Harvard research links fluoridated water to ADHD, mental disorders

Natural News by Ethan A. Huff A leading cause of ADHD (attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder) and autism in children could be the hidden chemicals lurking in the foods we eat, the water we drink and the products we consume, says a new study recently published in The Lancet. Researchers from the…
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Dentists Instruct Parents: Use Fluoride-Laced Toothpaste on Infants

Occupy Corporatism by Susanne Posel The American Dental Association (ADA) is recommending that children use toothpaste with fluoride as soon as their first tooth appears to “help prevent cavities”. This statement claims to combat fluorosis and discoloration of teeth by increasing the use of fluoride. The ADA said that parents…
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Harvard Study: Fluoride Lowers Children’s Intelligence By 7 IQ Points

Washington's Blog The Harvard School for Public Health reports: In a meta-analysis, researchers from Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) and China Medical University in Shenyang for the first time combined 27 studies and found strong indications that fluoride may adversely affect cognitive development in children. Based on the findings,…
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Duke Energy waited 24 hours to report major coal ash spill into Dan River

An estimated 50,000 to 82,000 tons of coal ash and up to 27 million gallons of water were released Sunday into the Dan River in northern North Carolina via a broken pipe underneath a waste containment pond, according to Duke Energy Corp. A 48-inch stormwater pipe ruptured Sunday at the…
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New Research Fuels Roundup Weedkiller Toxicity Concerns

Mercola by Dr. Mercola Last year, groundbreaking research was published suggesting that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto's broad-spectrum herbicide Roundup, might be "a crucially important factor in the development of multiple chronic diseases and conditions." If you missed it, please take the time to listen to Jeff Smith's interview…
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Want some ractopamine with your cheeseburger? See the list of drugs the USDA still allows to be used in cattle

Natural News by Thomas Henry Unless you are seeking out meat that is certified organic, certified antibiotic- and hormone-free or raised by a local farmer you know and trust, chances are very good that you are eating plenty of pharmaceutical drugs with your FDA has approved a long list of…
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Shock Study: Some Soft Drinks Contain Cancer-Causing Chemical

CBS New York There was a warning issued Thursday about the soft drinks you and your children may be consuming every day. Consumer Reports says some of them contain a possible cancer-causing chemical, CBS 2’s Dr. Max Gomez reported. The issue is with the caramel coloring in many soft drinks.…
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Study: Banned Toxins Still Present in American Population

Occupy Corporatism by Susanne Posel Researchers at the George Washington University (GWU) School of Public Health (SPH) are analyzing chemicals with the purpose of outlining a possible ban of specific types of common chemicals because of their potential of causing harm. More than 11,000 adults and children had their urine…
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