There is currently a great concern about our water supply. It is becoming increasingly difficult to find pure water. Most of our water supply is full of chemicals, including not only chlorine and fluoride, which are routinely added, but a wide range of toxic and organic compounds and chemicals, such as PCBs, pesticide residues, nitrates, and heavy metals such as lead, mercury, and cadmium. It is estimated that lead alone may contaminate the water of more than 40 million Americans.
- Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
- Chemical Toxins
- Ethanol Poisoning
- Food Poisoning
- Impact Of Radiation Poisoning On The Body
- Inhaled Cyanide Poisoning
- Lead Poisoning
- Medication Overdose and Poisoning
- Mercury Poisoning
- Methanol Poisoning
- Nerve Gas Poisoning
- Paint Thinner Poisoning
- Radon Exposure (Poisoning)
- Q What information should I gather if I think someone has swallowed a poison?
- Q What should I do if a poisoned person becomes violent or threatening?
- Q Can people get cancer from being exposed to benzene?
- Q How can environmental hazards affect my health?
- Q How can I identify poisons?
- Q What are some common poisonous plants?