Presentation Title

Water, Lead Poisoning, and Human Health

Presenter Information

Reanne BaniquedFollow

Major

Environmental Science

Anticipated Graduation Year

2022

Access Type

Open Access

Abstract

Water is intimately tied to human health and is considered a universal human right. However, it can be easily tampered with, which can cause diseases to spread throughout an entire community that relies on that source of water. In our society, water is transported to the public via pipes and treatments, but if not done properly, can lead to community-wide health effects. For the sake of public health, water should be treated properly.

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Water, Lead Poisoning, and Human Health

Water is intimately tied to human health and is considered a universal human right. However, it can be easily tampered with, which can cause diseases to spread throughout an entire community that relies on that source of water. In our society, water is transported to the public via pipes and treatments, but if not done properly, can lead to community-wide health effects. For the sake of public health, water should be treated properly.