Fluoride critics to get their say at meeting
from The London Free Press
Anti-fluoride activists will get a chance to air their concerns at city hall, but health officials are sounding a note of caution over the burgeoning controversy around London's tap water. With about 20 fluoride critics in the gallery recently, the council's built and natural environment committee voted to hold a meeting to hear from Londoners concerned the chemical, added to city water, causes health risks. "It's about time," Sean Keating, a fluoride critic, said at city hall. "The concern is [water fluoridation] is a very dangerous thing to do." Keating and others claim fluoride can cause thyroid issues and weaken bones, which leads to higher fracture rates.
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