There are drugs in your water and no one knows how much

prescription drugs

DINO FLAMMIA / NJ 101.5 – When you grab a glass of water from the kitchen sink, how much medicine — that’s not yours — are you ingesting with each sip?

The truth is, no one really knows. But research for years has been citing traces of pharmaceuticals in major waterways, and even the most modern water treatment facilities fail to catch the contamination and erase the problem before it flows to homes and businesses.

Most of the pollution is believed to come from human waste; medication passes through an individual and down the train. Entire pills, or bottles worth, may be flushed by residents who no longer need or want their medication …

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