Spokane Community Conversation Series

thank you to our series sponsor whitworth university

Checking the flow of community water fluoridation
Tuesday january 16, 2018

Facilitator TBD

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Fluoride is an element that naturally occurs in soil, oceans and freshwater.  In many drinking water supplies the level of fluoride is carefully monitored to fall within a range deemed healthy by the EPA and CDC. This is accomplished by either adding or removing fluoride. In ALL drinking water supplies fluoride is monitored and extracted, if necessary, to ensure it doesn't exceed a safe amount.

Why attend this Conversation? It’s a night out with meaning.  Connect with others in your community, discuss facts and opinions and find common ground.

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DETAILS

When: January 16, 2018 5:45-7:45PM
Where: O'Doherty's Irish Grille at 525 W Spokane Falls Blvd, Spokane, WA 99201
Parking: Paid street and lot parking at restaurant
Cost: $5 Includes discussion and first glass of beer or wine if 21+; all ages welcome
Food: Please plan on enjoying dinner or appetizers. 
Contact: Jen Wroblewski at engagement@nwabr.org and 206-957-3337

Everyone is welcome.  No science background necessary.

In partnership with Spokane Regional Health District, Gonzaga University, Whitworth University and WSU Health Sciences Spokane.

Suggested readings and resources

Great information about fluoride and the debate

CDC's recommendations about fluoridation

American Academy of Pediatrics on fluoridation

Arguments against water fluoridation

Reflections on Previous Topics

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