- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fluoridate.
“In Europe, Ireland is the only country that fluoridates more than 50 percent of its drinking water, and England fluoridates 10 percent.”
“First Canada, Then the U.S. Canada also fluoridates about 40 percent of its drinking water, and there, the efforts to eliminate fluoride seem quite optimistic.”
“Amazingly, the United States is only one of eight countries in the entire developed world that fluoridates more than 50 percent of its water supply.”
“Tooth-decay rates have fallen at similar rates in advanced countries around the world, irrespective of whether the jurisdiction fluoridates.”
“Lott: What the previous answer overlooks is that the very act of asking us to agree or disagree is itself a false paradigm of the media-industrial complex, designed to set ordinary people against each other while the global corporatist hegemony blockades Cuba and fluoridates our benefits.”
“Kovalski told a reporter that upon examining the skull in 2005, he found the child's teeth to be in good condition, which sparked his belief that the child either had received good dental care or quite possibly came from an urban area that fluoridates its water.”
“Only 22 percent of New Jersey fluoridates water, "Kovalski said.”
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