Fluoride in Drinking Water Should Be Capped, HHS Says
Jan. 7 (Bloomberg) — Fluoride in the U.S. water supply should be limited because the additive is damaging children’s teeth, federal officials said in announcing the first restrictions in almost 50 years.
Drinking water should contain the lowest amount of the mineral recommended as the Environmental Protection Agency reviews the maximum level allowable, the Department of Health and Human Services said today. The change stems from rising rates of fluorosis, discoloration and damage of tooth enamel now found in more than one in three American children.
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