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Plans to add fluoride to tap water in a major city were endorsed by a judge yesterday despite overwhelming public opposition.
Mr Justice Holman rejected claims that the decision-making process was defective and dismissed a legal challenge to the scheme in Southampton.
Hampshire council and three quarters of residents oppose the plans drawn up by the strategic health authority. But dentists say the scheme will cut tooth decay in children.
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Originally posted by mydarkpassenger
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Originally posted by spinkyboo
What are the dentist getting for agreeing to this?
Originally posted by Thill
I am not an chemistry expert , but I wonder , if fluoride is so bad can't people just hook up water filters to their faucets ? Or do the filters not work on fluoride water ?
Basically, Puratap works by having water pass through two filters, leaving behind the nasties that can hurt you and your family, to give you clean, pure water every time. Importantly, the filters do not remove dissolved minerals (essential to our wellbeing) to give you clean, pure drinking water every time.