Medical Iodophobia and the Ridiculous Daily Amount

Iodine was first discovered in 1811 by Bernard Courtois (a saltpeter manufacturer in France), by adding sulfuric acid to charred seaweed. The purple gas that was liberated condensed into crystals and was dubbed “iode” from the Greek word “iodes”, meaning … Read More

Fluoride and its follies

The ultimate test of whether or not a substance is beneficial to society is to find out who stands to profit from its use. In the case of water fluoridation, a bigger picture must first be drawn in order to … Read More