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As Florida’s water sources shrink and its population keeps growing, the state faces serious challenges in ensuring its water supply is safe.
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When private wells are properly installed and maintained, they are usually clean and reliable sources of water – but not always.

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Taking water samples for a story about pesticide contamination is a risky proposition for any journalist. Here's what I learned.

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Post flood diseases spearhead amid crumbled lives stumble to clutch a bit of safety in early flood-hit areas of Pakistan. The havoc triggered by floods has already robbed more than 1400 lives, rendered 3 to 4.5 million people affected leaving a severely dented infrastructure and threatens to aggravate further if not addressed properly.

Calamity hit displaced population with poor access to safe drinking water, sanitation, adequate shelter, primary healthcare facilities and other basic needs remain highly vulnerable to various health risks.

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