DVD Screening: Our Daily Dose

Start Date: March 23 2017 - 06:00 PM

End Date: March 23 2017 - 07:00 PM

Audience: Faculty and Staff

Category: Club Event

Location: M-140

Description:

Water fluoridation is something most of us assume to be safe and effective. But new science is revealing that fluoride is a developmental neurotoxin and an endocrine disruptor. The CDC tells us that drinking fluoride decreases tooth decay, at best, by 25%. That is one-half to one cavity per person over a lifetime. Is one less cavity worth risking a child's long-term brain and thyroid health? It's time to rethink this very old practice. This movie lays out the dangers of water fluoridation informatively and creatively, highlighting the most current research and interviewing top-tier doctors, activists, and attorneys close to the issue. This is an eye-opening look at how we have less control over our health than we may have thought. After the film, Dr. Robin Warwick from the NYC Coalition Against Artificial Water Fluoridation will be available to discuss water fluoridation in NYC."

 


Contact Name: Mangala Tawde

Contact Phone: 718.281.5506

Contact Email: mtawde@qcc.cuny.edu

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