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Fluoride is a common chemical substance that is used as a controversial additive to drinking water in an effort to reduce tooth decay.
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- Fluoridation is the single most effective public health measure to prevent tooth decay and improve oral health over a lifetime, for both children and adults.
- Richard H. Carmona, United States Surgeon General, Surgeon General's Statement on Community Water Fluoridation July 28, 2004.
- Posing the question: does the god of love use underarm deodorant, vaginal spray and fluoride toothpaste?