A study published by the Journal of the Irish Dental Association has found that Ireland is gripped by a tooth decay problem due to the mass fluoridation of their water supply.
At the end of 2015, Ireland was the only European Union country with a nationwide mandate for water fluoridation. The Fluoridation of Water Supplies Act of 1960 allowed the government to introduce compulsory fluoride in the water supply to 3,250,000 people.
Chemical Concern reports:
The agent used is hydrofluorosilicic acid. Corrosive to most metals it eats through concrete and Hazmat suits (impermeable whole-body garments must be worn to handle it as a gas may be released which damages the lungs. This and other adverse health effects are listed by NIOSH (US government agency)…
Source: Ireland Gripped By Tooth Decay Problem Since Fluoridating Water – Your News Wire