References:

Neurotoxicity and Intelligence Impairment in Rats:
Chronic Administration of Aluminum-Fluoride or Sodium-Fluoride to Rats in Drinking Water: Alterations in Neuronal and Cerebrovascular Integrity, JA Varner, KF Jensen, W Horvath, RL Issacson,. Brain Research Vol. 784, pp 284-298 1998
Influence of chronic fluorosis on membrane lipids in rat brain. Z.Z. Guan, Y.N. Wang, K.Q. Xiao, D.Y. Dai, Y.H. Chen, J.L. Liu, P. Sindelar and G. Dallner, Neurotoxicology and Teratology 20 537-542 (1998).
Li, XS; Zhi, JL; Gao, RO Effects of fluoride exposure on intelligence in children, Fluoride 28:4, pp. 189-192 (1995)
Zhao, LB; Liang, D; W Wu Lu-Liang Effects of a high fluoride water supply on children's intelligence. Fluoride vol. 29:4 pp. 190-192 1996

Cancer Studies
Carcinogenesis, Vol. 9, pp. 2279-2284 (1988)
Sodium Fluoride: individual animal tumor pathology table [rats], Battelle Memorial Institute, February 23, 1989
Sodium Fluoride: individual animal tumor pathology table [mice], Battelle Memorial Institute, April 11, 1989
Dr. Wm Marcus May Day Memo discussed in Lancet 36, page 737 (1990)
Review of Fluoride: Benefits and Risks, U. S. Public Health Service, pp. F1-F7 (1991)
Fluoride Vol. 26, pp. 83-96 (1992) Fluoride is an equivocal carcinogen
G) A Brief Report on the Association of Drinking Water Fluoridation and the Incidence of Osteosarcoma among Young Males, New Jersey Department of
Health, November 1992
Fluoride, the Aging Factor, Health Action Press, pp. 72-90 (1993)

Hip fracture increases and fluoridation
Jacobsen SJ, Goldberg J, Miles TP, Brody JA, et al. Regional variation in the incidence of hip fractures: U.S. white women aged 65 years and older. JAMA Vol. 264, pp. 500-502 (1990)
Cooper C, Wickham CAC, Barkcr DJR, and Jacobsen SJ. Water fluoridation and hip fracture [letter]. JAMA Vol. 266, pp. 513-514, 1991
Danielson C, Lyon IL, Egger M, and Goodenough GK. Hip fractures and fluoridation in Utah's elderly population. JAMA Vol. 268, pp. 746-748 (1992)
Journal of the American Medical Association Vol. 273, pp. 775-776 (1995)
Jacobsen SJ, Goldberg J, Cooper C, and Lockwood SA. The association between water fluoridation and hip fracture among white women and men aged 65 years and older: A national ecologic study. Ann Epidemiol 1992: 2:617-26
Sowers MFR, Clark MK, Jannausch ML and Wallce RB, A prospective study of bone mineral content and fracture in communities with differential fluoride exposure. Am J Epidemiol 1991; 133:649-60
Keller C. Fluorides in Drinking Water. Paper presented at the Workshop on Drinking Water Fluoride influence on Hip Fractures and Bone Health. April 10, 1991, Bethesda, Md.
May, DS and Wilson MG. Hip fractures in relation to water fluoridation: an ecologic analysis. Presented at the Workshop on Drinking Water Fluoride Influence on Hip Fractures and Bone Health. April 10, 1991, Bethesda, Md.

Increased dental fluorosis
Science Vol. 217, pp. 26-30 (1982)
Journal of the American Dental Association Vol. 108, pp. 56-59 (1984)
Journal of public Health Dentistry Vol. 46, pp. 184-187 (1986)
Health Effects of Ingested Fluoride, National Research Council, page 37 (1993)
Wall Street Journal Dec 21, 1998 Some Young Children Get Too Much Fluoride by Tara Parker-Pope
The Center for Disease Control estaimates 22% of American children have dental fluorosis due to excess fluoride intake.

Iodine deficiency resulting in hypothyroidism and/or hyperthyroidism.
Galetti PM, Joyet, G - "Effect of Fluorine On Thyroidal Iodine Metabolism in Hyperthyroidism" J Clin Endocrinol 18:1102-1110 (1958)
Galetti (1958) gave 0.9 to 4.5 F- daily to patients suffering from Graves' disease. In those studies the average protein-bound iodine decreased from 9.8 to 6.7 ug/dl, basic metabolic rate from +37% to +27%.
May, W - "Behandlung der Hypothyreosen einschließlich des schweren genuinen Morbus Basedow mit Fluor" Klin Wochenschr 16:562-564 (1937)
May treated 1,158 hyperthyroid patients _effectively_ within 6 years with either sodium fluoride or fluorotyrosine ("Pardinon").
Gorlitzer von Mundy - "Einfluss von Fluor und Jod auf den Stoffwechsel, insbesondere auf die Schilddrüse" Münch Med Wochenschrift 105:234-247 (1963)
Gorlitzer von Mundy for more than 30 years treated in excess of 650 patients _effectively_ with baths containing fluoride.
Lin Fa-Fu et al - "The Relationship of a Low-Iodine and High-Fluoride Environment to Subclinical Cretinism in Xinjiang" UNICEF AID PROJECT REPORT IDD Newsletter, Volume 7 Number 3 August (1991)
Zhao W, Zhu H, Yu Z, Aoki K, Misumi J, Zhang X - "Long-term Effects of Various Iodine and Fluorine Doses on the Thyroid and Fluorosis in Mice" Endocr Regul 32(2):63-70 (1998)

Tooth decay and dental care costs are not reduced.
There are no broad-based blinded studies of animals or humans which have ever found a significant reduction in tooth decay rates of permanent teeth in fluoridated areas.

Colquhoun, J. Child Dental Health Differences in New Zealand, Community Health Studies Vol. 11:2, pp. 85-90 (1987)
Journal of the Canadian Dental Association, Vol. 53, pp. 763-765 (1987)
Fluoride Vol. 23, pp. 55-67 (1990)
California Department of Health records of actual DentiCal cost. Unpublished research for Writ of Mandate, Citizens Against Fluoridation vs. Attorney General Dan Lungren 7/1996
Colquhoun, J. Influence of social class and fluoridation on child dental health Community Dent Oral Epidemiol Vol. 13, pp. 37-41, 1985
Gray, AS Fluoridation Time for a New Base Line J Canadian Dent. Assoc. Vol. 10, 1987
Yiamouyiannis, J "National Institute Dental Research study shows no relationship between fluoridation and tooth decay rate" American Laboratory 5/1989

Fluoride drops and tablets are not FDA approved or proven effective.
Letter from Frank R. Fazzari, Chief, Prescription Drug Compliance, Food and Drug Administration to New Jersey Assemblyman John Kelly (June 8, 1993)
Preventing Tooth Decay: Results from a Four-Year National Study, Robert Wood-Johnson Foundation, Special Report number, pp. 18, (Feb. 1983)
Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology, Vol. 19, pp. 88-92 (1991)
1992 Physicians' Desk Reference, page 2273.