Books, reports, and sites on fluoride and forced fluoridation

Books, reports, etc: 2005 – present

The list below is alphabetical by author surname, and includes some free PDFs.

  1. The Case Against Fluoride: How Hazardous Waste Ended up in Our Drinking Water and the Bad Science and Powerful Politics That Keep It There (2010) Paul Connett, James Beck and H. Spedding Micklem
  2. The Hidden Cause of Acne: How Toxic Water Is Affecting Your Health and What You Can Do about It (2018) Melissa Gallico
  3. The End of Acne: How Water Is the Cause of the Modern Acne Epidemic, and the Cure (2016) Melissa Gardner
  4. Expert Declaration of Philippe Grandjean, MD, DMSc Prepared on Behalf of Plaintiffs (2020 – PDF, 0.9 MB)
  5. Fluoride in Drinking Water: Status, Issues, and Solutions (2016) A.K. Gupta and S. Ayoob [not directly concerned with artificial water fluoridation]
  6. Declaration of Howard Hu, MD, MPH, ScD (2020 – PDF, 1.3 MB)
  7. Declaration of Bruce Lanphear, MD, MPH (2020 – PDF, 0.9 MB)
  8. Pregnancy and Fluoride Do Not Mix (2016) John D. MacArthur
  9. Fluoride Fraud (circa 2009) Jim Maxey
  10. Fluoridation: Autopsy of a Scientific Error (2010) Pierre-Jean Morin, John Remington Graham and Gilles Parent
  11. The Devil’s Poison: How fluoride is killing you (2008) Dean Murphy
  12. Phosphate Fluorides Toxic Torts (2011) Gary Pittman
  13. Fluoride Fatigue (2008) Bruce Spittle
  14. Forced Fluoridation: How and Why Does It Happen (2005) Suzin Stockton and Maggy Graham
  15. Expert Declaration of Kathleen M. Thiessen, Ph.D. (2020 – PDF, 1.5 MB)
  16. Human Toxicity, Environmental Impact and Legal Implications of Water Fluoridation (2012) Declan Waugh
  17. Public Health Investigation of Epidemiological data on Disease and Mortality in Ireland related to Water Fluoridation and Fluoride Exposure (2013) Declan Waugh


There are many other helpful websites but the sites above are a good place to start, especially with regard to the health effects of fluoride and forced fluoridation. If you want to fight forced fluoridation, I recommend also looking for local activist groups and sources of information if you haven’t already. If you want to read journal articles, you can find a large number via the Fluoride Action Network’s Study Tracker and the Fluoride Journal. There is also Google Scholar.

The next page lists books and other sources from 1916 to 2004.