Calls growing for the removal of a common poison put in Irish drinking waterThe Keane Edge
Jul. 17, 2010
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A report published in Britain recently recommends Ireland and other countries reverse its decision to follow the American example, and stop putting the poisonous chemical called fluoride in public drinking water and hygiene products.