Selling The Health Benefits Of Denver’s Tap Water — After Flint

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A group of community leaders from Denver’s Westwood neighborhood toured the Waterton Canyon Reservoir in late October, to learn how the city’s water is filtered and treated.
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Article courtesy of JOHN DALEY | Feb 13, 2016 | npr | Shared as educational material

The crisis of contaminated water in Flint, Mich., is making a public health message like this one harder to get across: In most communities, the tap water is perfectly safe. And it is much healthier than sugary drinks. Instead of tap water, many children gulp down sodas or juice — a double whammy that can mean more cavities and weight gain. Read more online:

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