GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan – Grand Rapids has been fluoridating its tap water since 1945, but now some city officials say they’re studying the question because of increased concerns over the potential long-term effects of exposure to what some consider a toxic chemical.
Corky Overmyer, the city’s director of sustainability, said officials are working with scientists at Grand Valley State University and other water quality specialists to determine whether to continue adding fluoride to the city’s water supply.
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Source : The Grand Rapids Press
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