- v. present participle of fluoridate.
“Water systems may decide to discontinue fluoridating, which is a concern for the department and the communities.”
“There must be a reason why all of Europe rejected the notion of fluoridating the water, and Britain didn’t.”
“If we can get the rest of Canada to stop fluoridating their water, we believe the U.S. will be forced to follow.”
“It's important to make a distinction between the natural fluorides found in the environment and the toxic chemicals used for fluoridating your water.”
“Not only that, but by fluoridating the municipal water supply, you doom many low-income families to fail to protect their young children from this dangerous drug, even if they have this information.”
“Or consider the way he flirted with the freakish John Birch Society (which called President Dwight Eisenhower a “dedicated, conscious agent of the Communist Party” and warned of a Red plot to weaken the minds of Americans by fluoridating the water supply).”
“Organizing a clinical trial among his own patients, he developed a fluoride additive for vitamins that reduced cavities among children in non-fluoridating communities.”
“And I'm with them -- I do not see the good in fluoridating our drinking water.”
“So, if your job is protecting public health, fluoridating drinking water might seem like a very good idea.”
“All this makes me wonder, could fluoridating drinking water now be as anachronistic as fears of a communist plot?”
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