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And that's just what we need to make the movie Idiocracy predictive. A recently published Harvard University meta-analysis funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has concluded that children who live in areas with highly fluoridated water have "significantly lower" IQ scores than those who live in low fluoride areas.

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http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/08/14/fluoride-effects-in-children.aspx?e_cid=20120814_DNL_artNew_1

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madman101
Aug. 15th, 2012 03:02 pm (UTC)
This doesn't surprise me - and I might have known about it - (I forget a lot). I feel that the pineal gland is of foremost importance. I have heard that this gland calcifies as we age, but I know this is not necessary, and probably due to some toxin, nutri-deficiency, or etc. I have also heard that the pineal gland is calcified by both fluoride and related SSRIs. Studies have shown there is no dental benefit to the addition of fluoride to water - there may be benefit to fluoride in toothpastes. Rather, there are several correlations of fluoride (water) to some health problems. My guess is that fluoride will accelerate aging due to improper sleep; cause accelerated aging in skin; lower IQ and promote "lizard" thinking/stress-responses, (as in TeaBaggers or Nether People), and cause a diminishment of artistic and psychic awe. Which is how I feel this morning. I cannot gather what are the chemical properties of fluoride at the (cfs) moment, but interference with the Pineal is, according to me, interference with discrete and QUANTA associative processing. My own experiences w/ SSRIs suggest that, yes, precisely the proper activities of this gland are thwarted by SSRIs, which, even more broadly, do almost no good in this world. (And I was a Psych major). Calcification is, of course, also associated with blood vessel plaque and Alzheimers - so there is a possibility of fluorides being a factor here. (I do seem to remember that fluor/fen does have some chemical relationship to calcium). It has been found that too much calcium intake can be a bad thing. But who knows how this study was performed, because they may have been using an improper form of calcium, or perhaps calcium was reactive with the fats in cheeses, milk, etc. I can not find time or gumption to separate out all the studies that are flawed due to using non-bioavailable vitamins or minerals. Like some vitamin E studies, which used a single, synthetic, (wrong-handed?), non-natural/mixed tocopherol, the results can be thrown off. Many studies come to us, as you know, by the good graces of Big Pharm bribes. And allopathic doctors are bribed to prescribe SSRIs, not knowing any better, since they are full of fluoride. And mayors laugh at eliminating fluoride in water, not simply because the concept is so entrenched in the public mind, conveniently, but because they are also bribed - since fluoride is a waste product sought to be turned into money by the dumpsters. When it is added to water, it becomes exempt from regulation by some gov't agency, I presently forget which - the EPA or FDA or ??? I find this issue(s) to be a grand example of a rampant disingenuous perpetration of ignorance at the public expense - a public with as much executive function as a pickle-headed zombie. Which is what I am right now. I would like to find a good antidote or detoxer for fluoride until I can finally afford to get a good water purifier. Think of what fluoride is not only doing to us, but to pets, fish, etc.
liveonearth
Aug. 15th, 2012 05:12 pm (UTC)
I did not know that SSRIs are full of fluoride. And you don't write like a pickle-headed zombie. You must be dangerously smart when you're not feeling dull.
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