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Dr. Paul Connett on Autism One and Underground Wellness Radio Shows

Dr. Paul Connett discussed his book, The Case Against Fluoride, on Voice America’s Autism One radio program with Teri Arranga yesterday morning.

Dr. Connett and Teri spoke about the science — or lack thereof — behind water fluoridation and fluoride’s potentially harmful effects on the brain, bones, and endocrine system.

Listen to the interview here.

Connett also addressed the parallel between the politics involved in the fluoride debate and those in the vaccine-autism fight. He explained the weak evidence of fluoride’s efficacy in preventing tooth decay, and the faulty scientific trials that were used to push widespread fluoridation into common practice.

On Monday, Connett spoke with Sean Croxton of Underground Wellness on Blog Talk Radio, continuing to spread the word and educate listeners about the dangers of fluoridation. You can listen to the show in the player below.

Listen to internet radio with Sean Croxton on Blog Talk Radio

To learn more, visit the book page of The Case Against Fluoride: How Hazardous Waste Ended Up in Our Drinking Water and the Bad Science and Powerful Politics That Keep It There.


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Just because the temperatures have started to drop doesn’t mean you have to live without fresh greens until Spring. Author and gardener Peter Burke’s innovative method of growing soil sprouts indoors can help you grow nutrient-dense greens all year long at a fraction of the cost of buying at market. Burke’s book, Year-Round Indoor Salad Gardening, is […] Read More
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