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drinking water

"This does not necessarily mean that they are harmless," a researcher notes.
Lack of access to clean water is something that has long existed in this country, and it still does today.
The province continues to leave over 500,000 hectares of the watershed "open" and vulnerable to the harmful impacts of forestry and mining.
All labouring women share the same fears during childbirth. Access to clean water shouldn't be one of them.
Drinking it could put you at risk for hepatitis A and cholera.
We can take a breath and put down our water bottles. A couple of glasses of water in addition to fluids typically consumed in a day and you're good to go.
"Everyone should have their basic needs met especially in this great nation here."
And progress isn't being made.