How Turkey Tap Water Can Kill You
A new study has found that tap water can kill you.
The study by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) looked at over 1,000 deaths across 13 states from 2010 to 2014.
In the report, it found that drinking tap water had been associated with death rates of 2.3 per 100,000 population.
The most common causes of death were heart disease, stroke and cancer.
The CDC found that while water can be toxic, it is not as dangerous as some believe.
In fact, drinking tapwater has been shown to be a safe method of water disinfection.
The authors said that the findings may be attributed to the fact that drinking water supplies are often more heavily used and disinfected than they should be.
“It is possible that water used for drinking could contain toxins, which could potentially be toxic,” the researchers wrote.
“The results suggest that drinking a tap water with a high concentration of toxins, such as nitrate and arsenic, is unlikely to result in death.”
While the CDC study was commissioned by the Department of Agriculture, it has since been published in the peer-reviewed medical journal BMJ Open.
The authors of the report said that water with an elevated level of nitrate in it is a common cause of cancer and that this could explain why some people are particularly vulnerable to these problems.
“Nitrate has been associated as a cause of kidney disease in several studies.
Nitrate is the major component of nitrates used in most bottled water,” the authors wrote.
Drinking tap water has been linked to more serious health problems in the past.
In 2008, it was revealed that a baby in Pennsylvania had been given nitrate-laced tap water as a baby formula and died after eating a small amount of the food.
The baby had a high nitrate level.
In 2014, it emerged that a group of Australian scientists had discovered a compound in tap water, which caused them to believe it was an environmental toxin.
“Nitrates are widely used in tap tap water for industrial, household, and home use,” the report concluded.