Fluoride & Health

Fluoride and Health Problems

Arthritis /Gastrointestinal Effects

Bone Fracture/ Hypersensitivity

Brain Effects/ Kidney Disease

Cancer/ Male Fertility

Cardiovascular Disease

Diabetes/ Skeletal Fluorosis

Endocrine Disruption

Thyroid Disease

Acute Toxicity

Fluoride is a highly toxic substance. Consider, for example, the poison warning that the FDA now requires on all fluoride toothpastes sold in the U.S. or the tens of millions of people throughout China and India who now suffer serious crippling bone diseases from drinking water with elevated levels of fluoride.

In terms of acute toxicity (i.e., the dose that can cause immediate toxic consequences), fluoride is more toxic than lead, but slightly less toxic than arsenic. This is why fluoride has long been used in rodenticides and pesticides to kill pests like rats and insects. It is also why accidents involving over-ingestion of fluoridated dental products–including fluoride gels, fluoride supplements, and fluoridated water–can cause serious poisoning incidents, including death.

The debate today, however, is not about fluoride’s acute toxicity, but its chronic toxicity (i.e., the dose of fluoride that if regularly consumed over an extended period of time can cause adverse effects).

Although fluoride advocates have claimed for years that the safety of fluoride in dentistry is exhaustively documented and “beyond debate,” the Chairman of the National Research Council’s (NRC) comprehensive fluoride review, Dr. John Doull, recently stated that: ”when we looked at the studies that have been done, we found that many of these questions are unsettled and we have much less information than we should, considering how long this [fluoridation] has been going on. I think that’s why fluoridation is still being challenged so many years after it began.”

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MerryChristmas  feliz navidad    frohliche weihnachten

joyeux noel       japan   buon natale

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chinese       Mo'adim Lesimkha      dutch christmas

haitian christmas      christmas greetings         feliz natal (brazil)    happy holidays       russian christmas     hawaiian christmas

Merry Christmas

圣诞快乐 (Shèngdàn jié kuàilè) (chinese)

                                                    Fröhlichi Wiehnacht (german)

                                                     Joyeux Noël (french)

Feliz Navidad (spanish)

חג המולד שמח   (Mo’adim Lesimkha) (hebrew)

Buon Natale (italian)

Mele Kalikimaka (hawaiian)

メリークリスマス (Merīkurisumasu) (japanese)

Feliz Natal (brazilian)

Jwaye Nwel (haitian)

Sing dan fiy loc (hong kong)

Vrolijk Kerstfeest (dutch)

Счастливого Рождества (russian)

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Happy Hanukkah

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The Festival of Lights and or Feast of Dedication, is an eight-day Jewish holiday commemorating the rededication of the Holy Temple (the Second Temple) in Jerusalem at the time of the Maccabean Revolt against the Seleucid Empire of the 2nd century BCE. Hanukkah is observed for eight nights and days, starting on the 25th day of Kislev according to the Hebrew calendar, which may occur at any time from late November to late December in the Gregorian calendar. Each night throughout the 8 day holiday, a candle or oil-based light, is lit as a universally practiced “beautification”(hiddur mitzvah) of the mitzvah, the number of lights lit is increased by one each night. The extra light is called a shamash: (Hebrew: שמש‎, “attendant”)  and is given a distinct location, usually above or below the rest.

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Blessings on the Menorah

1. Ba-ruch A-tah Ado-nai E-lo-he-nu Me-lech ha-olam a-sher ki-de-sha-nu be-mitz-vo-tav ve-tzi-va-nu le-had-lik ner Cha-nu-kah.

2. Ba-ruch A-tah Ado-nai E-lo-he-nu Me-lech Ha-olam she-a-sa ni-sim la-avo-te-nu ba-ya-mim ha-hem bi-zman ha-zeh.

3. Ba-ruch A-tah Ado-nai E-lo-he-nu Me-lech Ha-olam she-heche-ya-nu ve-ki-yi-ma-nu ve-higi-a-nu liz-man ha-zeh.

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Translation:

1. Blessed are You, Lord our God, King of the universe, who has sanctified us with His commandments, and commanded us to kindle the Chanukah light.

2. Blessed are You, Lord our God, King of the universe, who performed miracles for our forefathers in those days, at this time.

3. Blessed are You, Lord our God, King of the universe, who has granted us life, sustained us, and enabled us to reach this occasion.

 Happy Hanukkah everyone! Shalom!

warming and cooling?

Since 1978, output from the Sun has been precisely measured by satellites.These measurements indicate that the Sun’s output has not increased since 1978, so the warming during the past 36 years cannot be attributed to an increase in solar energy reaching the Earth.

droughtAnother line of evidence against the sun having caused recent climate change comes from looking at how temperatures at different levels in the Earth’s atmosphere have changed. Models and observations show that greenhouse warming results in warming of the lower atmosphere (called the troposphere) but cooling of the upper atmosphere (called the stratosphere). Depletion of the ozone layer by chemical refrigerants has also resulted in a strong cooling effect in the stratosphere. If the sun were responsible for observed warming, warming of both the troposphere and stratosphere would be expected.

Sea ice, shown here in Nunavut, in northern Canada, reflects more sunshine, while open ocean absorbs more, accelerating melting.

Future climate change and associated impacts will vary from region to region around the globe.The effects of an increase in global temperature include a rise in sea levels and a change in the amount and pattern of precipitation, as well as a probable expansion of subtropical deserts.Warming is expected to be strongest in the Arctic, with the continuing retreat of glaciers, permafrost and sea ice. Other likely effects of the warming include more frequent extreme weather events including heat waves, droughts, colder winters and heavy rainfall; ocean acidification; and species extinctions due to shifting temperature regimes. Effects significant to humans include the threat to food security from decreasing crop yields and the loss of habitat from inundation. When the polar vortex weakens, the air starts heading southwards, bringing exceptional snow and chill to middle latitudes.

https://i0.wp.com/upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/33/Arctic_sea_ice_loss_animation.gif(Arctic sea ice loss)

The climate system can respond to changes in external forcings. External forcings can “push” the climate in the direction of warming or cooling.Examples of external forcings include changes in atmospheric composition (e.g., increased concentrations of greenhouse gases), solar luminosity, volcanic eruptions, and variations in Earth’s orbit around the Sun.Orbital cycles vary slowly over tens of thousands of years and at present are in an overall trend of warming and cooling. The increased precipitation effects the season of summer as well as winter, spring and autumn. When the polar vortex weakens, the air starts heading southwards, bringing exceptional snow and chill to middle latitudes.

The greenhouse effect is the process by which absorption and emission of infrared radiation by gases in the atmosphere warm a planet‘s lower atmosphere and surface.

Global warming became more widely popular after 1988 when NASA climate scientist James Hansen used the term in a testimony to Congress. He said: “global warming has reached a level such that we can ascribe with a high degree of confidence a cause and effect relationship between the greenhouse effect and the observed warming.”His testimony was widely reported and afterward global warming was commonly used by the press and in public discourse.

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The term global warming was probably first used in its modern sense on 8 August 1975 in a science paper by Wally Broecker in the journal Science called “Are we on the brink of a pronounced global warming?”.Broecker’s choice of words was new and represented a significant recognition that the climate was warming; previously the phrasing used by scientists was “inadvertent climate modification,” because while it was recognized humans could change the climate, no one was sure which direction it was going.

The National Academy of Sciences first used global warming in a 1979 paper called the Charney Report, which said: “if carbon dioxide continues to increase, [we find] no reason to doubt that climate changes will result and no reason to believe that these changes will be negligible.”The report made a distinction between referring to surface temperature changes as global warming, while referring to other changes caused by increased CO2 as climate change.

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Super Storm Sandy

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