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18 Jan MICE EXPOSED TO ARSENIC MORE SUSCEPTIBLE TO INFLUENZA AND RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS

More than 200 million people globally are exposed to arsenic in drinking water that exceeds a U.S. and international standard, according to the World Health Organization. MORE INFO ON ARSENIC Environmental Health Perspectives  http://ehp.niehs.nih.gov/1306748/. Synopsis by Lindsey Konkel  Mice exposed in the womb and after birth to high levels of arsenic were more susceptible to...

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04 Jan FLUORIDE/IODINE and BREAST HEALTH.

Understanding the pathways by which F. interferes with iodine transport and metabolism may help avoid breast mastopathies such as fibrocystic breast disease and breast cancer.  SUMMARY:      The combination of iodide (or iodine) deficiency and the current widespread exposure to fluoride (F), often in uncontrolled doses, potentially affects the health and function...

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04 Jan FLUORIDE-RESEARCH PAPERS-A.

Many research papers are probably a little distorted by population, food, water and bottled drinks moving between towns, counties and states. Also in the fluoridated areas some households have water filtration equipment or rainwater tanks. These factors could influence the results, suggesting that the damage from fluoridation...

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