There is no connection between community water fluoridation
and detrimental impacts on children's brain development,
according to research from The University of Queensland.
Journal of Dental Research—studied the differences in brain function and development between young children
who had access to fluoridated water and those who had not.
We discovered that cognitive abilities including memory and self-control,
as well as emotional and behavioural development, were at least comparable to those who had no exposure to fluoridated
water, according to Professor Loc Do from the UQ School of Dentistry.
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