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Posted Fri Nov 6 2009: from Monash University via ScienceDaily:
Rainwater Is Safe To Drink, Australian Study Suggests
A new study by Monash University researchers into the health of families who drink rainwater has found that it is safe to drink.... "This is the first study of its kind. Until now, there has been no prospective randomised study to investigate the health effects of rainwater consumption, either in Australia or internationally," Associate Professor Leder said... Expanded use of rainwater for many household purposes can be considered and in current times of drought, we want to encourage people to use rainwater as a resource...
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