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Study Shows Fluoridated Drinking Water during Pregnancy Causes Baby Complications

A new study funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has inadvertently shown that when pregnant women drink fluoridated water, it can lead to autism and other behavioral disorders in developing babies. Before you launch into a detailed explication in the comments about how this is all a big dumb conspiracy theory, please keep reading.

This is the first time in history that such a study has been conducted in the United States. This is new information that contradicts the story you’ve probably been told your whole life about fluoride in drinking water.

The research was conducted at the Keck School of Medicine at USC in Los Angeles. The findings surprised the study’s authors because the pregnant women that they tracked were drinking fairly low-level fluoridated water, which is what approximately 75% of the American population now drinks.

American cities first started adding fluoride to their water supplies in the 1940s, because of claims that it was good for people’s teeth.

This is one of those sacred cows in American society that causes many people to go ballistic when you contradict it or even ask questions about it. No one ever studied the possibility of side effects when giving pregnant women fluoridated water. Everyone was told that it was “safe and effective,” and that they would have better teeth than the British, so they went along with it.

Why would public health officials lie about something, right?

 

Perhaps this is a silver lining to the whole COVID vaccine debacle. The public no longer trusts the stated doctrine of officials, so we’ll start seeing more authentic scientific research into things people have long believed, which are simply not true.

Take the “Food Pyramid,” for example. For decades, they told us that it was healthy for growing boys to eat five servings of bread and potatoes every day. It was only after decades of making people fat that they decided to look at the Food Pyramid and revise it.

Just this year, we’ve also seen research that shows that the non-COVID vaccines on the CDC’s childhood vaccination schedule has probable links to transgenderism and that it is impossible for increased levels of CO2 to warm the earth’s temperature. Maybe the “conspiracy theorists” have been right about fluoride in the water all along, too.

The study at USC tracked 229 pregnant women. They measured fluoride levels in the mothers’ urine during the third trimester of pregnancy. When those children reached age 3, the researchers examined them using the Preschool Child Behavior Checklist.

The results showed that babies who were exposed to 0.68 milligrams per liter of fluoride in the womb were almost twice as likely to exhibit behavioral problems that were “considered to be clinically significant or borderline clinically significant.”

The children exposed to fluoride in the womb were more likely to have physical issues like headaches and stomach pains. They were also more prone to emotional outbursts, anxiety, and symptoms from the autism spectrum. The study did not find any evidence of increased risks for ADHD or aggression problems.

There are currently no CDC or FDA guidelines as to whether pregnant women should be drinking fluoridated water. The study’s authors think that might change after the results of this research become more widely known, or if further studies are carried out.

“Our results do give me pause,” says Tracy Bastain, one of the study’s co-authors. “Pregnant individuals should probably be drinking filtered water.”

Bastain notes that she is a fan of fluoridated drinking water, and she considers it a big public health win for the United States. But the study’s results were so conclusive that even she is saying pregnant women should avoid fluoridated water until we know more.

Public health officials appear to have been wrong about fluoride in drinking water for the past 80 years. Everyone just went along with it because they trusted that the government wouldn’t do something dangerous or stupid.

Everyone should be encouraged by this research and the scientific findings. Maybe it will prompt someone at the NIH to finally fund a study looking into whether vaccines cause autism since no such government-funded study has ever taken place.

Nah, that’s just wishful thinking. Public health officials make too much money from Pfizer to ever carry out a study like that.

You can read the results of the study on the effects of fluoridated drinking water on babies in the Journal of the American Medical Association.


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