[text sample] In the past 60 years, as one fluoride product after another entered the market, exposure to fluoride increased considerably, particularly among children.
 

Exposure from other sources has increased as well. Other sources include processed foods made with fluoridated water, fluoride-containing pesticides, bottled teas, fluorinated pharmaceuticals, teflon pans, and mechanically deboned chicken.
The problem with fluoride, therefore, is not that children are receiving too little, but that they are receiving too much. 

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