ADHD link to fluoridation claim undermined again, by Ken Perrott

Editor’s Note:  Due to much debate surrounding the article published 2 posts ago, “Increased levels of flouride in drinking water linked to higher ADHD rates, by Gabriela Motroc” (See, we have been advised by Becky Ahmadi, Dunedin Dental School lecturer and therapist of the counter argument to this claim… read it below and follow the link to Open Parachute, a blog by New Zealand aritst and scientific researcher Ken Perrott…

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Recently I suggested that Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) was better correlated with elevation than with community water fluoridation (see ADHD linked to elevation not fluoridation). I criticised the study of Malin and Till (2015) for limiting their investigation to a chemical toxicity hypothesis and pointed out that once confounding factors like elevation are included their reported relationship between ADHD and community water fluoridation (CWF) disappears.

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