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Yes, fluoride is dangerous, if consumed in excess, of any source. But also no: real tea (that is made from Camellia sinensis plant, which has relatively high levels of fluoride) consumed in usual amounts (compared as 'usual consumer behaviour' like in high-amount tea drinking populations like Frisia, Ireland, Turkey, China, Japan or the UK) are unlikely ...


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Q. 1: Are the findings in the study accurately reflected in the article? In the study, as described on Food Research International: Human exposure assessment of fluoride from tea (Camellia sinensis L.): A UK based issue?, they measured the amounts of fluoride in various teas and then only commented (not investigated) their possible side effects as described ...


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Q 1: Does colonoscopy screening reduce the risk of death due to colon cancer? In several studies, sigmoidoscopy (a type of colonoscopy where only the last part of the colon -- sigmoid and rectum -- were checked), was associated with lower colorectal cancer incidence and mortality Q 2: Is colonoscopy the gold standard in detecting colon cancer? "While ...


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