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Canton Says "No" to Fluoridated Water

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.  Go to full article

Canton to Hear Fluoridation Pros & Cons

For more than a year, the village of Canton has not been adding fluoride to its water while it installs a new water system. Fluoride is generally considered an important factor in healthy teeth and is commonly added to municipal water systems. But a group of local citizens is taking the opportunity to make a case for quitting fluoridation altogether. As David Sommerstein reports, the village board will hold a public hearing on the subject tonight.  Go to full article

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