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Tuesday, December 22, 2015
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Saturday, November 21, 2015
Fluoridation may reduce cavities in children (2 primary teeth or 1 permanent tooth). But Cochrane cautions these studies have “high risk of bias” and were mostly done before preventive measures were widespread, e.g. fluoridated toothpaste and sealants.Diverting attention away from Cochrane, the Centers for Disease Control, which indirectly funded the Cochrane Review, and the American Dental Association defended fluoridation recommending instead the 2013 U.S. Community Preventive Services Task Force’s Fluoridation Recommendation.But the Task Force also admitted it couldn’t evaluate how race, ethnicity and total fluoride intake influenced fluoridation effectiveness because of limited data. “Few studies provided data on socioeconomic status, and most studies had measurement issues; many didn’t blind examiners and there was a lack of consistency among indices used to measure caries."Unlike the ADA and CDC Foundation, the Cochrane Group is “unconstrained by commercial and financial interests.” Cochrane answered its critics here.Tooth decay crises are occurring in all fluoridated cities and states. See http://www.FluorideNews.blogspot.com
Many researchers looked, but couldn't find, any valid fluoridation supporting science.In the 1940s and 1950s, dentists in their eagerness to have a magic bullet that would enhance their professional prestige, promoted fluoridation heavily and dismissed legitimate debate over the merits of fluoridation within the scientific, medical and dental communities, according to an American Journal of Public Health article by Catherine Carstairs, PhD (June 2015).Carstairs writes, “Moreover, some of the early fluoridation studies had methodological problems, which may have exaggerated their benefits.”Carstairs concludes “After 70 years of investigation, there are still questions about how effective water fluoridation is at preventing dental decay and whether the possible risks are worth the benefits,” she writes.Also surprised by the lack of valid fluoridation science, John Doull, PhD, Chairman, US National Research Council fluoride panel that produced the groundbreaking 2006 fluoride toxicology report was quoted by Scientific American as saying:“What the committee found is that we’ve gone with the status quo regarding fluoride for many years—for too long, really—and now we need to take a fresh look,” Doull says. “In the scientific community, people tend to think this is settled. I mean, when the U.S. surgeon general comes out and says this is one of the 10 greatest achievements of the 20th century, that’s a hard hurdle to get over. But when we looked at the studies that have been done, we found that many of these questions are unsettled and we have much less information than we should, considering how long this [fluoridation] has been going on. I think that’s why fluoridation is still being challenged so many years after it began. In the face of ignorance, controversy is rampant.”Maybe Doull was surprised because voices of opposition have been suppressed since the early days of fluoridation, according to Chemical and Engineering News (1988). Journals rarely published articles critical of fluoride or fluoridation.In the 1940s and 1950s, dentists in their eagerness to have a magic bullet that would enhance their professional prestige, promoted fluoridation heavily and dismissed legitimate debate over the merits of fluoridation within the scientific, medical and dental communities, according to an American Journal of Public Health article by Catherine Carstairs, PhD (June 2015).Carstairs writes, “Moreover, some of the early fluoridation studies had methodological problems, which may have exaggerated their benefits.”Carstairs concludes “After 70 years of investigation, there are still questions about how effective water fluoridation is at preventing dental decay and whether the possible risks are worth the benefits,” she writes.Also surprised by the lack of valid fluoridation science, John Doull, PhD, Chairman, US National Research Council fluoride panel that produced the groundbreaking 2006 fluoride toxicology report was quoted by Scientific American as saying:“What the committee found is that we’ve gone with the status quo regarding fluoride for many years—for too long, really—and now we need to take a fresh look,” Doull says. “In the scientific community, people tend to think this is settled. I mean, when the U.S. surgeon general comes out and says this is one of the 10 greatest achievements of the 20th century, that’s a hard hurdle to get over. But when we looked at the studies that have been done, we found that many of these questions are unsettled and we have much less information than we should, considering how long this [fluoridation] has been going on. I think that’s why fluoridation is still being challenged so many years after it began. In the face of ignorance, controversy is rampant.”Maybe Doull was surprised because voices of opposition have been suppressed since the early days of fluoridation, according to Chemical and Engineering News (1988). Journals rarely published articles critical of fluoride or fluoridation.In 2001, a National Institutes of Health (NIH)/CDC panel convened to evaluate tooth decay research, published between 1839 and 1965, and reported"... the panel was disappointed in the overall quality of the clinical data that it reviewed. According to the panel, far too many studies were small, poorly described, or otherwise methodologically flawed" (over 560 studies evaluated fluoride use).Even pro-fluoride dental researchers worried that the lack of evidence-based-dentistry practiced in the US will hurt their reputations. For example, Dentist Amid Ismail, when he was a Professor at the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, in a report to the NIH panel wrote,"If the current weak trend of caries research in the United States continues, history will be harsh on all of us for our failure to use our knowledge and resources to reduce, if not eliminate, the burden of one of the world's most prevalent diseases."
In 2001, Cohen and Locker reported that ffluoridation may be immoral with benefits exaggerated and risks minimized Journal of the Canadian Dental Association . "Ethically, it cannot be argued that past benefits, by themselves, justify continuing the practice of fluoridation," they write.A 1990 New York State Department of Health report concluded“The effectiveness of water fluoridation alone cannot now be determined…the effects of fluoride exposure cannot be accurately assessed based solely on the fluoride content of drinking water in an area”In 1978, Pennsylvania Judge John P. Flaherty who had a science background, presided over a court case (Aikenhead v. Borough of West View), where fluoridation proponents were sworn under oath to tell the truth and were subjected to cross-examination. He concluded,
“In my view, the evidence is quite convincing that the addition of sodium fluoride to the public water supply at one part per million is extremely deleterious to the human body, and, a review of the evidence will disclose that there was no convincing evidence to the contrary...”Most of the pro-fluoridationists who will speak and write to you will invariably use talking points provided by PR people and who also may have attended fluoridation spokesperson training. They will use appeal to authority, political might, a list of organizations lobbied to endorse fluoridation and avoidance of risk discussion. Those opposed to fluoridation will always provide scientific and government’s evidence showing that fluoridation is ineffective, harmful and a huge waste of money.The bottom line is that fluoride is nether a nutrinet nor essential for healthy teeth. No human is or every was fluoride deficient. Like all drugs, fluoride has adverse effects. Legislators should never be bullied to prescribe drugs to their entire constituency and dosed based on thirst and not age, health, weight and needThe crisis most Americans face is not lack of fluoride but lack of dentists. Most dentists refuse to treat Medicaid patients and Medicare doesn't include dental care. Dentistry has priced low-income Floridians out of the care they need. So they seek care in hospital ER's costing taxpayers ten times the amount of a simple filling.
Saturday, November 14, 2015
A positive surprise every day of Advent, with no sugar and no artificial sweeteners.
Cambridge photo printing specialist FotoInsight is now launching a new, bespoke Advent calendar, where personnel memories, preserved in pictures, replace calorie bombs behind the traditional 24 little doors. Providing selected, positive memories, the new photo advent calendars offer a unique alternative to off-the-shelf, cheap-chocolate calendars.
The new, no-calorie Advent calendar
FotoInsight MD Klaas Brümann counters: “At FotoInsight we are proud to offer alternative, calorie free, gift options. Our new photo Advent calendar is the sweetest treat you can give, without sugar or sweeteners. It is the zero-carb present from the photo enthusiast.”
The sweetest treat for Advent, without sugar and sweeteners
The new seasonal photo calendar has a professional quality print on the large cover, plus 24 little doors, concealing selected photographic memories. A delight for people in love, families and friends. This new Advent photo calendar is the perfect gift idea to tune friends into Christmas mood. This new photo calendar for Advent makes a great gift, which the recipient will enjoy every day of Advent anew.
Price £7.49 +p&p (UK) / €8.99 +p&p (Ireland).
Material: Extra strong cardboard with a silk matte coating (300g/m²); scratch resistant and cleanable.
Format: 35.5 x 24.5 cm.
Turnaround time: Six working days.
Photo Advent Calendar web page
For the UK: http://fotoinsight.co.uk/photo-calendars.html
For Ireland: Web: http://fotoinsight.ie/calendars.html
FotoInsight Ltd was founded in Cambridge twelve years ago and runs an easy to use photo processing service for Windows, Mac OS and Linux users. It offers an extensive array of award-winning photographic print and photo gifts as well as photo books, photo posters and canvas prints. Prints ordered through FotoInsight are developed at five state-of-the-art photo labs in four countries. The online photo service has grown year on year faster than the photo processing industry and has expanded its services in seven European languages in thirty-two countries.
Thursday, November 05, 2015
Monza, 5th Novembre 2015 – Elesa, leading manufacturer of standard components for the mechanical industry, offers its customers a wide range of handles which find applications in various fields. Versatility, variety and product customization are only part of the winning features.
Elesa handles are divided into three main product families: bridge handles, flush pull handles and tubular handles. One of the greatest strengths of the line consists of the offer of components of various shapes, sizes and production materials such as technopolymer, Duroplast, aluminum, stainless steel or chrome steel, with different surface finishes and types of assembly.
Thanks to this wide variety it is impossible not to find the handle that suits your needs. Elesa, as for all its components, pays great attention to the design stage: all handles are studied in detail, so that they are easy to install, use and maintain.
Elesa does not only aim to provide a functional product, but also pays great attention to the design. In particular, regarding the handles, ergonomics and lines come together in a unique combination, to give life to the utmost ease of use with a firm grip. The combination of design and ergonomic care is an aspect that does not go unnoticed. Elesa, in this regard, has received several awards from the most prestigious juries of industrial design. Surely this aspect makes these components even more "special" and appreciated.
It is possible to ask, for some products, customized versions according to specific needs. The different standard solutions, available in the catalogue, can be obtained in different colours or customized with wording or logos tampoprinted or laser engraved. To see the wide range of handles, go to the website and browse the catalogue to choose the model that best suits your needs.
Among the latest innovations presented by the company, is the EBR-PN handle with pneumatic drive. It is made of polyamide based technopolymer (PA) glass-fiber reinforced. This component is part of the bridge handles family. In particular, EBR-PN handle is characterized by the original design by Elesa, resulting from the EBP award-winning bridge handle, and is available in grey-black.
The handle is equipped with a button, which is made of technopolymer, in Brilliant Blue. The boss caps are already installed, but removable with a screwdriver, and they are also made of technopolymer. EBR-PN handle is resistant to solvents, oils, greases and other chemical agents, to guarantee application even when in contact with these substances.
MFH handles are also a new series in the Elesa Catalogue. These mini handles, made of technopolymer in black, grey, red, orange, white - similar to RAL 9002 - technopolymer or chrome plated, are ideal for applications that require the use of handles with small dimensions, but ensuring, at the same time, ease of use and resistance.
Another segment of the range which the company is concentrating on is flush pull handles. Several models, sizes, production materials and surface finishes allow a perfect integration of these handles on machines and equipment for which they are intended.
These include the MPR folding handle with recessed tray and return spring, awarded last February by the IF jury for Hanover Industrial Design. Made of black technopolymer with matte finish, it ensures the handle's return to the rest position by two springs in AISI 302 stainless steel, giving the operator the ability to work in a safe environment, free from any protrusions that might be a danger element.
Among Elesa's best sellers for their shape and size availability are the arch handles. In particular, this family is characterized by the great refinement in production materials and high care of surface finish. Aluminum handles with a natural finish, anodized or with epoxy coating. Stainless steel or chrome steel completes the selection of materials. The range also offers several sections (oval or flat) always in aluminum or steel.
In addition, on www.elesa.com it is possible to download PDF files with all data sheets about the mentioned handles, and discover other innovations in the catalogue or view all the handles for which Elesa is well known on the market for many years. In this way, all users interested in the company's products will find important information about the product and the available executions.
The reliability of Elesa components for the engineering industry is known. The company exports its products worldwide. Products that are prized for their versatility and high performance. Finally, Elesa remains a point of reference for all those who want to buy handles processed with high quality materials, durable, and even adaptable to the most severe conditions of use.