SPOTLIGHT: Released meds tainting drinking water

It looks like the chickens--well, in this case the pharmaceuticals--are coming home to roost. A new investigation by a news organization has concluded that U.S. manufacturers, including major pharmas, have legally released at least 271 million pounds of pharmaceuticals into water that consumers may drink. Now, researchers are finding a wide range of drugs, including antibiotics, mood stabilizers and anti-convulsants, in American drinking water supplies. Article

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