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Classification and appraisal of objections to fluoridation

Kenneth R. Elwell

Classification and appraisal of objections to fluoridation

by Kenneth R. Elwell

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Published by University of Michigan in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water -- Fluoridation.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statement[by] Kenneth R. Elwell [and] Kenneth A. Easlick.
    ContributionsEaslick, Kenneth Alexander, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD468 .E45
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 82 p.
    Number of Pages82
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5841357M
    LC Control Number61062689
    OCLC/WorldCa1413700

    1 A critical appraisal of, and commentary on, “50 Reasons to oppose fluoridation” Introductory Remarks The document ‘50 Reasons to oppose fluoridation’ (hereafter referred to as the ‘50 Reasons’ document) is not a comprehensive assessment of the benefits and risks of public water fluoridation based on the best available and most reliable evidence. 10 proven strategies for overcoming objections in sales. Really listen to the objection - You might think jumping in with a quick response is the best tactic, but it’s much better to listen carefully to what they are saying so you don’t make assumptions about what they want/what they mean.; Take the time to understand the objection - Ask further questions about what they mean, as it’s.

    For high (>1) values bubbling is more likely. Other correlations include the use of Reynolds number, density ratio and bed ratio: µ Re'= xUmfρ; ρ s−ρ ρ; b mf d L where Lmf is the bed height at minimum fluidisation and db is the bed diameter. The empirical correlations are: FrRe' b s mf. Depositions are typically the only time that a party or witness will give testimony in a case since so few employment cases go to trial. Experience tells us that for this reason, lawyers routinely use depositions to “grandstand for their client, to intentionally obstruct the flow of clearly discoverable information, to try and win a war of attrition, or to intimidate and harass the opposing.

      Tooth decay is the commonest disease of childhood. We have known for over 90 years that fluoride can prevent tooth decay; it is present in nearly all toothpastes and can be provided in mouthwashes, gels and varnishes. The oldest method of applying fluoride is via the water supply at a concentration of 1 part per million. The two most important reviews of water fluoridation in the United.   On top of this, we have the fact that fluoride is a potentially toxic substance, and has been linked with diverse adverse effects on health. For more on this, see here. As with mammography, proponents often seem less than keen to provide a balanced view on fluoridation by informing individuals of the potential problems associated with the practice.


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Classification and appraisal of objections to fluoridation by Kenneth R. Elwell Download PDF EPUB FB2

An appraisal of objections to fluoridation Kenneth A. Easlick, D.D.S. * * Professor of public health dentistry, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. University of Michigan Ann Arbor Mich. 1 K.R. Elwell, K.A. Easllck, Classification and appraisal of objections to fluoridation () School of Public Health, University of Michigan Ann Arbor 2 F.E.

Law, Highlights of research in dental public Cited by: 1. Classification and appraisal of objections to fluoridation. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan [] (OCoLC) Online version: Elwell, Kenneth R.

Classification and appraisal of objections to fluoridation. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Classifications and Appraisal of Objections to Fluoridation Author: Kenneth R. Elwell and Kenneth A.

Easlick Subject: Analysis and rebuttal of objections to fluoridation Keywords: fluoridation Created Date: Z. Title(s): Classification and appraisal of objections to fluoridation.[By] Kenneth R.

Elwell [and] Kenneth A. Easlick. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Ann Arbor, Mich., Univ. of Michigan [School of Public Health, Continued Education Service, ] Description: ix, 82 p. Language: English MeSH: Fluoridation* NLM ID: R[Book].

Ewell KR, Easlick AK: Classification and Appraisal of Objections to Fluoridation. Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, Download PDFCited by: 2. But the sheer number should tell us something.

If even one objection were valid, do you think fluoridation would still be with us. References. Achievements in Public Health, Fluoridation of drinking water to prevent dental caries.

Morbidity and Mortality Weekly ReportConnett P. 50 reasons to oppose fluoridation. Some objections to fluoridation (continued) Environmental.

Fluoride is toxic at low doses, as textbooks ion by fluorides and subsequent litigation were the spur for US industry-sponsored research in the s which led to their introduction into drinking water as an anti-caries measure (the US Environmental Protection Agency has described fluoridation as "an ideal.

Classification and Appraisal of Objections to Fluoridation, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (). The proposed EPA changes to water fluoridation have sparked a resurgence of many of the old anti-fluoridation arguments, which as far as I can tell were successfully debunked over 50 years ago.

According to the CDC, fluoridation of drinking water joins vaccination (another unjustly vilified practice) as one of the greatest public health achievements in the last last century.

American Dental Association’s Fluoridation Facts Booklet; Community Experiences with Early Fluoridation Campaigns () (posted 7/21/18) Consumer Reports: 2-Part Report in Fluoridation () (posted 7/5/20) Classification and Appraisal of Objections to Fluoridation. Introduction. Community water fluoridation (CWF) in the United States ranks among the great public health achievements of the 20th century for its effectiveness in preventing dental caries (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ).The supporting evidence originated with scores of epidemiologic studies conducted predominantly during the midth century (Burt and Eklund ).

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Classification and Appraisal of Objections to Fluoridation Fluoride Science (endorsed by the American Association of Public Health Dentistry) What does the science say about the relationship of fluoridation of public water supplies and bone cancer, enamel fluorosis, infant formula, IQ), kidney health, tooth decay, and fluoride toothpaste.

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In years when the appraised value has increased by one thousand dollars or more, the owner or agent has 90 days. A large number of studies conducted worldwide demonstrate the effectiveness of water fluoridation.

Objections to water fluoridation have been raised since its inception and centre mainly on safety.It found that bone-fluoride concentrations estimated to be achieved from lifetime exposure to fluoride at 4 mg/L (10, to 12, milligrams per kilogram [mg/kg] ash) fall within or exceed the ranges historically associated with stage II and stage III skeletal fluorosis (4, to 9, gm/kg ash and 4, to 12, mg/kg ash, respectively).Some even felt that fluoridation was a plot by the communists to kill off Americans.

FLUORIDATION: OLD ISSUE, NEW TALK David Iams. Philadelphia Inquirer. Philadelphia, Pa.: pg. H.2; In the s, the anti-fluoridation movement was composed of ultra- right political groups such as the John Birch Society in the United States.