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Many infants get too much fluoride in their diets.

By Kenneth Barbalace
[Thursday, January 04, 2007]
Due to the practice of adding fluoride to municipal water supplies many infants who are fed powdered or reconstituted baby formula are getting too much fluoride in their diet, which may lead to health problems. Among other recommendations parents or caregivers who are on municipal water supplies that are or may be fluoridated should consider using bottle water to reconstitute baby formula. Small children should also be monitored while brushing their teeth to make sure they spit out toothpaste and do not accidentally swallow it. Read entire article at EnvironmentalChemistry.com


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