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Canton Says "No" to Fluoridated Water

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This week the Canton village Board of Trustees voted to end the thirty year old practice of adding fluoride to its public water. For decades, fluoridation has been considered a generally accepted measure to prevent tooth decay. But growing concern over long-term health risks swayed the trustees. As David Sommerstein reports, Canton could set an example for other North Country towns.

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