Small Children at Greater Risk for IID when Drinking Contaminated Small Drinking Water Supplies

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Article courtesy of  Helen L. Risebro, Lynette Breton, Heather Aird, Alan Hooper, Paul R Hunter | August 24, 2012 | PLOS | Shared as educational material

Small children are at more risk of infectious intestinal disease (IID) when drinking contaminated water from small supplies. Adults and older children are not at such a risk. A study concluded that healthcare professionals should warn parents of children who rely on contaminated drinking water from small supplies. Read more here:

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