U.S. drinking water regulations tied to reduced arsenic exposure

Business Insider/Reuters
November 27, 2017
By Business Insider/Reuters
Nov. 27, 2017, New York – The public’s exposure to arsenic, a naturally occurring chemical element linked to cancer and birth defects, declined after U.S. regulators tightened restrictions on the amount of arsenic allowed in drinking water, a recent study suggests. Business Insider/Reuters reports. | READ MORE

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