Fluoride Now Linked to Neurotoxicity Pandemic and Development of the A-Bomb : Waking Times

Christina Sarich, Staff
Waking Times

Researchers have named fluoride as one of the key causes of a “pandemic of developmental neurotoxicity” in a peer-reviewed paper. This adds to its nefarious history by linking the widely used chemical to the manufacture of the ‘A’ bomb – yet your government is likely still adding sodium fluoride to your drinking water.

Fluoride has been named as one of the industrial chemicals causing brain damage to hundreds of thousands of people around the world in an open access scientific review of data examining neuro-behavioral effects including autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyslexia, and other brain disorders – but this is just confirmation for what many have known for decades.

Fluoride was introduced into municipal drinking water in the 1940s as a ‘medical’ necessity, but its purpose is far from what its promoters have detailed.

Dr. Phillipe Grandjean and Philip J. Landrigan, MD conclude in a paper published in the medical journal, the Lancet, that the root causes of the present global pandemic of neurodevelopmental disorders are hidden. They argue that genetic components of our health affect about 30 percent of the cases of neurological disarray, but unnamed environmental exposures are involved in causation, in some cases probably by interacting with genetically inherited predispositions. One of the chemicals which interfaces with our genes that they name is fluoride.

via Fluoride Now Linked to Neurotoxicity Pandemic and Development of the A-Bomb : Waking Times


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