https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/103375270/can-christchurch-prevent-permanent-chlorination-after-havelock-north-epidemic But Rabbitts argues that Havelock North has taught us much more about the potential risks to water supplies and that for Christchurch to somehow be exempted from mandatory chlorination, it would need to do much more than its current $21.5 million programme of upgrading and repairing 103 compromised well-heads.
How much water does your body really need? https://t.co/BgnC6HG5Sp — Cleveland Clinic (@ClevelandClinic) February 18, 2018 “The range of fluid intake needs is quite broad, depending on your metabolism, activity level, ambient temperature and age,” says preventive medicine specialist Roxanne Sukol, MD. “It’s better to focus on urine output: if
Here are 5 alarming facts you need to know about water: https://t.co/t0lZiaQsTs #wateris pic.twitter.com/aMGwR6Qd9M – UNICEF (@UNICEF) January 24, 2016 663 million people still do not have access to improved drinking water, meaning a water source protected from contamination. It is also important to note that most people prefer to
How the world’s access to water & sanitation has changed since 1990 http://t.co/HvMIGMxASl via @WSJGraphics pic.twitter.com/DefGCMl7ov — UNICEF (@UNICEF) June 30, 2015