Save the Water™ Archives: Fukushima Ocean Radiation Was 50 Million Times Above Normal, But No Threat: Scientists[Forbes 12/12/2011]

Save the Water™ Archives: Fukushima Ocean Radiation Was 50 Million Times Above Normal, But No Threat: Scientists[Forbes 12/12/2011]

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Drinking water news: Fluoride contamination – (CDC) today issued a startling report that admits 2 in 5 children in America show signs of fluoride poisoning.

It is unknown how many children in America and around the world have been poisoned by infant formula made with fluoridated tap water, but that number continues to grow each day that water fluoridation continues.

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Drinking water news: Archives on dangerous fluoride issue from one year ago!

To fully understand the destructive power of a substance, sometimes a strong visual is the best way to proceed. A spill of a highly corrosive chemical, Hydrofluorosilicic acid, at a water facility in Illinois literally burned through the concrete.

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Global water news: Questions and Answers – Can you imagine the travel and tourism business without water ?

Imagine The Travel And Tourism Business Without Water. Water is a prerequisite for life and qualitative water in taps, rivers and oceans a prerequisite for a flourishing tourism industry.

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Water education news: Fading ability to taste iron raises health concerns for people over age 50.

People lose the ability to detect the taste of iron in drinking water with advancing age, raising concern that older people may be at risk for an unhealthy over-exposure to iron, Virginia Tech engineers are reporting in results they term “unique.”

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Water news: South Florida – Salt water intrudes along South Florida coast.

Salt Water Intrudes Along South Florida Coast – Southflorida.Com

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Contaminated water news: Archived – Arsenic and old waste starring the humble plastic bottle.

A simple and inexpensive method to extract deadly arsenic from drinking water using plastic bottles could dramatically improve health in underdeveloped nations, reports a research team at Monmouth University (MU), West Long Branch, New Jersey, USA.

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Global water news: Archived – Their royal water dream a reality now.

Water news: Archived – Their royal water dream a reality now.

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Drinking water contamination: CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. – Contaminated drinking water news: Archives Trichloroethylene (TCE) causes cancer, found in drinking water.

CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. – A toxic chemical found to be in drinking water at Camp Lejeune back in the eighties is linked to cancer.

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Drinking water contamination: Camp Lejeune: male breast cancer reports likely to grow.

It is believed that cases of male breast cancer tied to contaminated drinking water at the Camp Lejeune Marine Corps base in North Carolina will rise in number. According to a report from the St. Petersburg Times

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Contaminated drinking water news: Archives – arsenic in juice – What’s for dinner?

Contaminated drinking water news: Archives arsenic in juice – What’s for dinner?

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Water contamination news: – Archives EPA study says hydraulic fracturing likely contaminated drinking water In Wyoming town.

Industry experts have often said that most fracturing occurs a mile or more below the surface, while groundwater is close to the surface, and that there is no way that fracking water or gas could migrate to drinking water from those depths.

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