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Determining What's in Your Laboratory Water
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- When the Associated Press published results from its five-month study on the presence of pharmaceuticals in drinking water in 2008, it made headlines across the country. Drugs such as antibiotics, anti-convulsants, mood stabilizers, and cholesterol-lowering medications were found to be present in the drinking water of more than 40 ...
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