Posts Tagged "Dental Amalgams"

Throwback from June 2008 – We Win — FDA Must Classify Mercury Fillings

Posted on Sep 3, 2019 in News, Vaccines

We have won our ten-year battle to get the Food and Drug Administration to comply with the law and set a date to classify mercury amalgam. On Monday, we settled our lawsuit, Moms Against Mercury et al. v. Von Eschenbach, Commissioner, et al. FDA will finish classifying within one year of the close of the public comment period on its amalgam policy, that is, by July 28, 2009. There’s more good news. During a several hour negotiation session, FDA agreed to change its website on amalgam — dramatically. Gone, gone, gone are all of FDA’s claims that no science exists that...

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Medical Rewind – March 13, 2017

Posted on May 29, 2017 in Medical Rewind

Dental amalgams, Unvaccinated children banned, Flu vaccine, Antimicrobial resistance and much more! If you missed Medical Rewind with Dr. Rashid A. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell, be sure to go to to listen to the show replay. ..   It might seem surprising to some but in 2017 there is still debate in the medical community as to whether or not dental mercury amalgams are safe. Despite voluminous amounts of evidence suggesting that mercury fillings are incredibly toxic, many dentists and medical doctors maintain that there is no major side effects from their usage....

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Heavy Metal Toxicity

Posted on Nov 29, 2008 in Heavy Metals

  Mercury is the most common source of heavy metal toxicity and dental amalgams are the primary source of mercury exposure. Heavy metals, including mercury, lead, bismuth, arsenic, aluminum, cadmium, chromium, copper, gold, iron, manganese, nickel, silver, tin, titanium, zinc, and antimony, are considered one of the worst environmental threats to health. The term heavy metal refers to high specific gravity, which is the metals’ weight compared to the weight of an equal volume of water. Lead used to account for most heavy metal poisoning. Today, mercury, which is also known as...

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