Canadian Radio host Rob Breakenridge has a cogent op-ed in theCalgary Herald taking on various fears that have popped up in recent months, including BPA, cellphones, Wi-Fi and fluoridation. City officials in Waterloo, Ontario voted to stop fluoridation last week after a non-binding referendum lost by 195 votes out of 30,727 ballots cast.
There are legitimate concerns to human health we need to focus on, and we need to rely on the scientific process and scientific evidence to guide us accordingly.
Yet, from the anti-vaccine movement to homeopaths and "alternative medicine," we so often are confronted by those going against the preponderance of evidence.
Perhaps, then, it is fear-mongering and pseudoscience we need to be more concerned about.