Uranium infiltrates drinking water supplies

Uranium is in everything from rocks to soil and plants to water. At the low levels at which it usually occurs, uranium is not considered a public health risk, but too much of the radioactive element is a concern even when it's from a natural source. According to a study by the World Health Organizat...

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