Food and Drug Administration proposes new fluoride standard for bottled water, but some say it's still too high
The Food and Drug Administration is proposing a lower concentration level standard for fluoride in bottled water, yet some scientists and environmental groups believe that the proposed limit is still too high and poses a danger to human health. If finalized, the new regulation will lower allowable levels of fluoride in domestically packaged and imported bottled water to 0.7 milligrams per liter, a slight reduction from the current standard range of between 0.8 and 1.7 milligrams per liter allowed by the FDA.
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