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Click Here To PrintSources of human exposure to the chemical fluoride have drastically increased since community water fluoridation began in the U.S. in the 1940s. In addition to water, these sources now include food, air, soil, pesticides, fertilizers, dental products used at home and in the dental office, pharmaceutical drugs, cookware (non-stick Teflon), clothing, carpeting,...

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