The U.S. is the world’s largest consumer of fluorine in water, and that’s expected to increase as more fluoridated water systems become operational.
The water is the source of the nation’s fluoridation rate.
But in a bid to protect public health, the federal government is working to prevent fluoridation of fluoridated drinking water.
In the meantime, a group of researchers has discovered a new way to make fluorine.
The researchers, led by Stanford University chemist Daniel A. Schulte, used high-temperature, catalytic methods to break down the fluorine molecule.
The process makes the fluorides that are naturally present in the water more readily fluorine-containing.
The research is part of a larger effort by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to get more people to drink fluoridated, non-fluoride water.
The agency’s Centers for Drinking Water, Drinking Water Quality and Enforcement (CDCWEQ) has a goal of reducing the number of Americans who get fluoridated.
The CDCWEQ said that, while the number and quality of fluoridation water in the United States has improved significantly over the last 20 years, the current level of fluorosis among Americans is still low.
The CDCWEP also said that many fluorosis cases are caused by exposure to low levels of fluoride, which are common in drinking water systems.
The team, which was published in the Journal of Fluoride and Environmental Chemistry, analyzed a wide range of fluorological compounds.
Fluorine is a compound that exists naturally in nature.
The team used the same method to break it down.
The result, which is currently under review by the FDA, is called a catalytic catalytic fluorine reaction (CTFR).
The team said that the results could be used to produce fluorine at the nanoscale.
They also said the results can be used for other fluorine compounds.
The EPA has not approved the new technology, but the agency is looking into ways to improve its performance.
The EPA is also looking at how to reduce the amount of fluorides in drinking and wastewater water to prevent further fluorosis, according to a statement from the agency.
The fluoridation campaign has been an effective way to reduce tooth decay in the U.K. Since the early 1980s, the U and U.A.E. have introduced a range of measures aimed at reducing dental cavities.
The U of A.E.’s plan is to fluoridate 90 percent of the population by 2025.
The new method could be an effective alternative to using a fluoride toothpaste and brush, or to using filters to reduce fluoride in water.
“The technology is extremely novel,” Schultes told CNN.
“It’s not an effective toothpaste or brushing technique, but it can reduce the level of fluoride in the air and in the ground, which would reduce cavities.”
The study was conducted by a group led by the Stanford team.
The researchers did not receive any funding from the EPA.