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Bacteria in water bigger worry than microplastics

USATODAY.com Thursday, 22 August 2019
The World Health Organization says bacteria in drinking water, not microplastics, currently represents the biggest threat to public health. But the WHO is calling for further study of microplastics and the health effects to drinking water. (Aug. 22)
 
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Microplastics in Water Don't Pose Health Risk, Report Finds Microplastics have been found in our oceans, rivers and ice. According to a recent report from the World Health Organization (WHO), microplastics at their "current level" don't pose a risk to human health. The report specified that more...

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