Fluoridation/Sugar Tax

About 2.3 million New Zealanders currently have access to fluoridated water. Fluoride occurs naturally in water supplies, but New Zealand levels are generally low compared to other countries, meaning additional fluoridation is needed to generate optimum health results.
Fluoride was added to the water supply in 1963 and removed in 1990 a nonbinding referendum in 1992 resulted in the decision not to reintroduce it, was that because it did not help or any other reason.
In 2013, more than 40 percent of all 5 years old and more than 60 percent of Maori and Pacific 5-year-old had already experienced tooth decade I am sure it was not because of nonfluoridation in the water The Pacific more like to much sugar in the drink and food we eat.
In 2013/14 New Zealand Health Survey ( what I do not think is correct who like to take Surveys about health) found that 35.000 children between 1 and 4 years had had a tooth extracted in the last 12 months due to decay and Maori children were 1.6 more times likely to have a tooth extracted than non-Maori, it looks like to me that most the Maori live a very unhealthy lifestyle compared to non Maori and that goes for the Pacific Islanders to
And now it is up to the Health board to make the call.Talk about parsing the can of worms good on you MPs you earned your big salary.
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