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Review of Epidemiological Studies of Drinking-Water Turbidity in Relation to Acute Gastrointestinal Illness

23:50 EDT 17 Aug 2017 | NIH

Introduction Treatment of drinking water by utilities has remarkably improved public health by decreasing the risk of waterborne infection in regions served by these water supplies (Ford 2016). Nevertheless, acute gastrointestinal illness (AGI) incidence attributable to community water systems has been estimated to be as high as 12–16.4 million cases annually in the United States. […]

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