Take your meds? Drink the water!


The Tribune finds drugs and chemicals including anti-seizure medication and a Teflon ingredient in Lake Michigan drinking water.

Trace concentrations—measured in parts per trillion—were found in water collected at City Hall, an elementary school on Chicago’s South Side and a public library. (Lake Michigan water supplies many suburbs, including Plainfield where I live!) Read the article here.


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