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Our Audio and Text follow two themes:

* Our lifestyle
This covers subjects relating to the way people of different nationalities and culture conduct their daily lives.

* Our Planet.
This covers how we care for our planet: its geographical features, plus flora and fauna.

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Photography, Audio and Text are available as a package or individually.

Fluorosis Is A Disease Which Occurs From Ingesting Too Much Fluoride – A Deadly Poison.

by Adrian Page 1. May 2010 08:29

This investigation looks into;

Fluorosis – An Agonising Death

“People do not die immediately. People die a little each day inch by inch. They may live 70 years with an unproductive life, an agonising life until the end of their day.”

“If the fatality rate would have been high I always said that it would have been better as neither would they suffer and it would have caught the attention of governments.”

Lamented one of the world’s leading authorities regarding fluoride and the affect it has on the human body.

Many people, particularly in the developing world, have to rely on tube wells that tap into underground aquifers to access the daily drinking water supply. Unbeknown to them the groundwater they rely on could be contaminated with elevated levels of fluoride.

“Following a survey conducted in 1998 it was found that 60 million people were affected by fluoride in India alone. Now I would estimate that figure to be about 75 million with 6 million being children under the age of 14.”

UNCEF reports that fluorosis is endemic in at least 25 countries across the globe. The WHO estimated that 2.7 million people in China alone are suffering from the crippling form of skeletal fluorosis.

“I am absolutely certain that large numbers of persons all around the world are suffering from fluoride toxicity, to one degree or other,”

“Fluoride being a deadly poison does not spare any tissue or cell in the body.” 

“It can develop dental fluorosis in children; it can develop skeletal fluorosis affecting the bones, and the third entity are all the soft tissues in the body such as the muscles, the blood vessels, stomach lining, testicles and ovaries. This we designate as non skeletal fluorosis.”

“It is not a curable disease in the conventional medical terminology. There are no medicines for fluorosis.”

Fluoride and the Western World

People in the Western World are not immune to this crippling disease – fluororsis.

The Professor.

“In the Western World the problem does not occur in groundwater, but in food where fluoride is used as a preservative and it is so high. Just like it is in medication too.”

“A large number of people in the Western World have fluorosis but doctors are not aware of non skelital fluorosis. They do not know how to diagnosis for this disease.”
“Fluoride poisoning can be linked with so many other complaints such as iritable bowel syndrom and poly urethra.”

“Countries like US, UK, Canada, NZ and Australia promote fluoride. Fluoridating drinking water and toothpaste say it’s good for teeth.”

“But now we understand fluorosis far better, and countries like Germany, France, Belgium and the Netherlands have all stopped fluoridation because of the health effects.”

“Why these five countries continue with fluoridation is not that they do not know about it, they are fully aware of the health hazards to millions of people -----------.”


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Audio is also available. Please refer to ‘Audio’

Children In Need – Abandoned, Deprived, Underprivileged Lacking Parental Care Shelter

by Adrian Page 1. April 2010 06:40

Children In Need - Without Parental Care

Hostel For Deprived Children

The content of this brief ‘Audio’ extract is concerned with those many children in India who for various reasons find themselves without a home or parental care.

It reveals that for them all is not lost as this organisation has recognised their plight and not only has it established a shelter for these children it is giving them a rounded education which is designed to set them on the right path for a better future.

Listen to ‘Audio’ extract here

Children in Need.mp3 (3.38 mb)


For ‘Photography’ please refer to ‘Reportage’ category and 'Children In Need'.

For ‘Text’ refer toAbandoned Deprived Underprivileged – But Not Forgotten’.


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The Lifestyle of Mongolia’s Children and the Environment of Ulaanbaatar.

by Adrian Page 5. November 2009 09:29

Mongolia’s Future – Its Children

Mongolia is very much a country of extremes with deserts and snow capped mountains whilst its capital Ulaanbaatar, considered to be the coldest capital city in the world, has a harsh unforgiving climate which the people have to endure.

Although the country's population is small, under three million people, many are moving from the rural areas in search of a better future in the big city.

Over one million people now live in and around Ulaanbaatar and the demand on resources and infrastructure grows.

With Mongolia’s future lying in the hands of its children – this feature looks at what the future might hold for them especially those living in the nation’s capital Ulaanbaatar and the surrounding ‘Ger’ districts in terms of health and wellbeing.

Included will be a brief outline of Mongolia’s history from 1990 when a major political transition occurred that triggered widespread unemployment and poverty driving many rural dwellers off the land to seek a new life in the city.

This feature will have an added dimension in that it will not just concentrate on the human element, but also look at the impact that both humans and industry is having on the environment in and around Ulaanbaatar.


'Mongolia’s Future – Its Children' is available as ‘Text’ at a word count to suit your requirements.

‘Audio’ is also avaialble regards the environment of Ulaanbaatar on request.  

For ‘Photography’ please refer to ‘Reportage’ category.


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Affects from ingesting too much Fluoride

by Adrian Page 23. October 2009 08:58

‘Fluorosis an Agonising Death’


 The following audio is an outline of a subject which is available in ‘Audio’ and ‘Text’ regards fluoride and the effects too much can have on the human body. Fluoride is promoted in some countries around the world as being beneficial to human health.

But could this be a misconception.

Worldwide millions of people are suffering from fluorosis. This is a crippling, agonising disease that can occur in early childhood and continue into old age.

In the developed world in particular fluorosis could be being misdiagnosed for other ailments.

Fluorosis is a disease that occurs as a result of consuming too much ‘of a good thing’ – fluoride. This is usually from drinking groundwater that contains high levels of fluoride, but by no means is it the only way.

Fluoride can be ingested from a variety of sources and can affect most parts of the human body including bones as well as the soft tissues.


Listen to the Audio:

Fluorosis An Agonising Death.mp3 (6.76 mb)

This audio extract is part of an interview with an eminent professor who has been studying the affects fluoride has on the human body for many years.


‘Fluorosis an Agonising Death’ is available as ‘Audio’ at a length to suit your requirements and ‘Text’ at a word count also to suit your requirements. 

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