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Reports/Press Releases

Reports and Press Releases on health concerns related to
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Studies Show Link Between Chlorinated Water and Cancer

By Apollo
January 22nd, 2013
If you visit the US Environmental ProtectionAgency (EPA) website and look up “Chlorine”, you will find under “Cancer Risk”... Read More >

Chlorine Cancer Bath

Last update January 2007-2010
Low level of chlorine in tap water for bathing can almost double the risk of bladder cancer, a study claims ... Read More >

Not convinced about the dangers of chlorine in your tap water?

Here’s is an extract from: Dr Zoltan MD MSc
“…studies report that Chlorinated tap water is a skin irritant and can be associated with rashes
like eczema… destroys much of the intestinal FLORA, the friendly bacteria... Read More >

Diabetes: Tap water may be a major cause

John Hopkins Study;
21 August 2008
The water we drink from our taps may be an unsuspected cause of type 2 diabetes, the
“lifestyle” disease that can lead to heart problems and even death… Read More >

Pharmaceuticals Found In Public Drinking Water

By Ap Associated Press Renne Cho
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E.P.A Chief Toxicologist Testifies before Congress

Dr. J.William Hirzy
“…a national moratorium on water fluoridation should be instituted..” …Read More >

Water Quality Association

Press Release - May 17, 2010
“President’s Cancer Panel is recommending that people use home filtering devices to
decrease exposure to cancer-causing agents.” … Read More >

President’s anti-cancer panel recommends home filtered water…

2008-2010 Annual Report
PCP Recommendation: “Filtering home tap water or well water can decrease exposure to numerous known or suspected carcinogens and endocrine - disrupting chemicals.” “… it is preferable to use filtered tap water instead of commercially available bottled water.”… Read More >

Find your brand-ratings for 173 bottled waters

The Environmental Working Group rated 173 bottled waters for transparency… more than half flunked… Read More >