Studies provide benchmark concentration for manganese in drinking water as it relates to IQ deficits in children

Science Direct
June 24, 2019
By Science Direct
Recent Canadian and U.S. studies suggest that a maximum acceptable concentration for manganese in drinking water should be set to protect children from manganese neurotoxicity, according to the journal Environment International. The risk analysis is meant to guide decision-makers responsible for developing these standards. Science Direct reports. | READ MORE

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