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My turn: Science supports fluoride

...concentration to allow consumers to make informed decisions on fluoride intake. When it comes to the costs of treating dental disease, everyone pays. Not just those who need treatment, but all of us - through higher health insurance premiums and...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/072307/opi_20070723006.shtml
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Alaska's efforts on rural dental care paying off

...began the Alaska Dental Health Aide Initiative. Its goals are to reduce the number of Alaskans in pain from untreated dental disease and educate on the long-term benefits of preventive oral health care, like brushing and flossing.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/121910/sta_758762268.shtml
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Public water should be fluoridated

...smallpox and malaria, to name a few, are all killer diseases of the past in our country. Juvenile rickets, goiter, dental disease and a host of intestinal ailments are no longer the very common threats to our health they once were thanks to Vitamin...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/081407/let_20070814018.shtml
Opinion
Lawmakers back cities' use of fluoride in water

...benefits. The text of Seaton's resolution states that about 45 percent of Alaskans do not have fluoridated water. Dental disease leads to higher insurance premiums, business costs and lost time at work and school. Alaska is bearing the burden...

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