Is tap water safe for expectant mothers?
... is the first that links by-products of water chlorination
to three specific birth defects.
is a widely used and efficient method to ... studies have revealed the presence of many chlorination
by-products in the water. Recent research ...
Purdue lab works to improve conditions at indoor swimming pools
... of disinfection byproducts, Beach said.
is used primarily to prevent pathogenic ... byproducts that are formed as a result of chlorination
of urea, creatinine, amino acids and other ... learn more about using ultraviolet radiation with chlorination
to disinfect recreational water. The research ...
ACC Observes National Drinking Water Week
... and Prevention notes that this
year marks the 100th anniversary of the chlorination
of drinking water --
one of the most significant public health advances in ... suggests that, in the early 20th
century, drinking water filtration and chlorination
reduced typhoid fever
death rates by more than 90 percent and childhood ...
One in Five Americans Pee in Pool; Almost Half Admit Unhygienic Pool Behavior
... (16 %) think about chlorine levels to maintain clean pool water.
"Swimming is a fun and healthy activity for old and young alike. Proper water chlorination
helps protect swimmers from germs that can make swimmers sick," said Michele Hlavsa, Epidemiologist in the Division of Parasitic Diseases for the ...
New Paint Shows Germ-Fighting Potential
The scientists added that the paint retains its antimicrobial properties for extended periods and is easily "recharged" using a simple chlorination
The study appears in the current issue of Materials & Interfaces .
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration ...
Vestergaard Frandsen Announces Launch of LifeStraw(R) Family
... to prevent diarrhea. Of these interventions,
filtration provided by far the most diarrhea reduction (63%), compared to
other methods like chlorination
(37%) and solar disinfection (31%).
LifeStraw(R) Family builds upon the success of LifeStraw(R) Personal, a
portable water filtration device ...
Risk for Pregnant Women
... to a study by the Environmental Working Group (EWG), high levels of chlorination
byproducts (CBPs) in drinking water put pregnant women at a higher risk ... source water going into the treatment plant means water contaminated with chlorination
byproducts coming out of your tap," Jane Houlihan, EWG's research ...
Exposure to Chlorinated Swimming Pools Could Increase Asthma Risk in Children
... have higher rates of asthma and breathing problems later on than those who did not.
This was blamed on airway damage from breathing in various chlorination
One of the potentially harmful gases was named as trichloramine - or nitrogen trichloride - which can result from chlorine reacting with ...
Cholera sneaks its way in to the prison
... the 4 prisoners said that they were given proper medications and that their conditions were stable.
Hence various preventive measures such as chlorination
of the drinking water reservoirs, vaccinating the other 2500 inmates in the prison are undertaken.
Apart from cholera they also suspect food ...
Water Borne Diseases causing More Havoc in Mumbai
... surface water sources and large poorly functioning municipal water distribution systems contribute to transmission of waterborne bacterial diseases. chlorination
and safe water handling can eliminate the risk of waterborne bacterial diseases. To provide the high-risk group with potable water in the short term ...
kills many water-borne disease s, but the ... at low risk as giardia is killed by adequate chlorination
. However, a study in 2003 linked some cases to drinking treated water. chlorination
has no effect on the organ ism, which protects ...
Cuts and scrapes
... as cuts and scrapes are at increased risk. One form of the infection known as " swimming pool granuloma " can occur when there is inadequate chlorination
of swimming pools. ...
... as real. Giardia ( giardiasis ): This is found in drinking water from lakes and streams. It is not destroyed by water treatment , including chlorination
. It can also be found in raw food which has grown in contaminated water. Giardia Lamblia - Giardiasis , or giardia lamblia is an ...
Swimming pool granuloma
... responsible for swimming pool granuloma . One form of the infection known as " swimming pool granuloma " can occur when there is inadequate chlorination
of swimming pools. In the US, most infections with this bacteria have been from contact with fish tanks. M. ...
Arsenic contamination lacks one-size-fits-all remedy
... geologists Eric Roden and Evgenya Shelobolina evaluated the impact of chlorination
on bacteria and arsenic levels in Wisconsin wells.
The results were ... bacteria and reduced arsenic levels in the short term.
In addition, chlorination
did not increase arsenic release from the surrounding rocks, showing that ...
American Chemical Society Weekly PressPac -- April 15, 2009
... resistant to multiple antibiotics. The paint retains an anti-microbial punch for extended periods, and it can be easily "recharged" with a simple chlorination
process, the researchers note. - MTS
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Possible link between baby swimming and breathing problems in children
... between baby swimming and airway infections in children. It has been suggested that indoor environmental factors (airway irritants) such as volatile chlorination
products for indoor swimming pools can affect lung epithelium and contribute to the development of respiratory illnesses like asthma among children. ...
Breakthrough research turns the tide on water-borne pathogen
... countries, and causes severe disease in AIDS and other immune compromised patients in the developed world. Cryptosporidium is resistant to water chlorination
and has caused massive outbreaks in the U.S., which has led to the concern that the parasite could be used as a bio-terrorism agent. There are ...