One in a Million: reports published since last revision in 2012/3 up to and including 2020.
Royal Society of New Zealand. Health effects of water fluoridation. A review of the scientific evidence. A report on behalf of the Royal Society of New Zealand and the Office of the Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor. August 2014.
Jack B, Ayson M, Lewis S, Irving A, Agresta B, Ko H and Stoklosa A (2016) Health effects of water fluoridation: evidence evaluation report. Report from NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre, University of Sydney to National Health and Medical Research Council, Canberra, Australia.
National Health and Medical Research Council (2017a) Information paper – Water fluoridation: dental and other human health effects. Report prepared by the Clinical Trials Centre at University of Sydney, NHMRC, Canberra.
National Health and Medical Research Council (2017b) NHMRC Public statement: water fluoridation and human health in Australia. NHMRC, Canberra.
Sutton M, Kiersey R, Farragher L and Long J. (2015) Health effects of water fluoridation. An evidence review. Health Research Board, Dublin.
b) multiple issues
Public Health England (2014). Water fluoridation: Health monitoring report for England 2014. PHE, London.
Public Health England (2018). Water fluoridation: Health monitoring report for England 2018. PHE, London
The Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID)(the successor to PHE) (2022) Water fluoridation monitoring report for England
c) IQ Studies
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine. (2020) Review of the draft NTP monograph: Systematic review of fluoride exposure and neurodevelopmental and cognitive health effects. National Academies Press, Washington DC.
National Toxicology Program (NTP) (2019). Draft NTP Monograph on the systematic review of fluoride exposure and neurodevelopmental and cognitive health effects. National Institutes of Environmental Health Sciences, US Department of Health and Human Services.
Guth S, Huser S, Roth A et al. (2020) Toxicity of fluoride: critical evaluation of evidence for human developmental neurotoxicity in epidemiological studies, animal experiments and in vitro analyses. Archives of Toxicology, published online 08 May 2020.
Kim FM, Hayes C, Burgard SL, Kim HD, Hoover RN, National Osteosarcoma Etiology Group, Douglass CW and Couper D. (2020) A case-control study of fluoridation and osteosarcoma. Journal of Dental Research. Published online 11 May 2020.
e) Thyroid studies
Peckham S., Lowey D and Spencer S. (2015) Are fluoride levels in drinking water associated with hypothyroidism prevalence in England? A large observational study of GP practice data and fluoride levels in drinking water. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 69; 619-214
Newton J N, Young N, Verne J and Morris J. (2015) Water fluoridation and hypothyroidism: results of this study need much more cautious interpretation. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 69; 617-618.
Foley M. (2015) Fluoridation and hypothyroidism – a commentary on Peckham et al. British Dental Journal 219; 429-431
Grimes D R. (2015) Commentary on “Are fluoride levels in drinking water associated with hypothyroidism prevalence in England? A large observational study of GP practice data and fluoride levels in drinking water. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 69; 616.
Warren J J and Saraiva M C P. (2015). No evidence supports the claim that water fluoridation causes hypothyroidism. Journal of Evidence- based Dental Practice. 15; 137-139
Peckham S, Lowery D and Spencer S. (2017) Response to Grimes and Newton et al. Journal of epidemiology and Community Health. doi. .10.1136/jech-2016-208632
Newton J N, Verne J, Dancox M and Young N. (2017). Letter. Comments on the authors’ response to earlier criticism. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. Doi.10.1136/jech-2016-208649
Barberio AM, Hoein FS, Quinonez C and McLaren L. (2017) Fluoride exposure and indicators of thyroid functioning in the Canadian population: implications for community water fluoridation. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 71;1019-1025