Arsenic is one of the most common elements on earth, and is present as arsenic salts in all water. The World Health Organization sets the safe level for arsenic in drinking water at ten parts per billion. From the Himalayas to Southeast Asia, arsenic levels in drinking water can be more than ten times that amount, yet the wells are rarely tested. The problem has been termed “the largest poisoning of a population in history”,...
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