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What percentage of persons living in North Dakota receive fluoridated water?

2014 State Fluoridation Percentage Calculations and States Ranked by Fluoridation Percentage

State Persons receiving fluoridated water %
North Dakota 616,946 96.7%
Ohio 9,790,109 92.7%
Oklahoma 2,231,658 62.6%
Oregon 833,557 22.6%

When did the US start fluoridating water?

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What happens if you drink stagnant water?

Stagnant water can be dangerous for drinking because it provides a better incubator than running water for many kinds of bacteria and parasites. Stagnant water can be contaminated with human and animal feces, particularly in deserts or other areas of low rainfall.

Why should we not drink dirty water?

Contaminated water can transmit diseases such diarrhoea, cholera, dysentery, typhoid, and polio. Contaminated drinking water is estimated to cause 485 000 diarrhoeal deaths each year.

Can you drink water that has been sitting in the car?

Some researchers who study plastics recommend against drinking water from plastic bottles that have been sitting in hot places for a long time — such as a car sizzling in the sun — concerned that the heat could help chemicals from the plastic leach into the water.

Is it safe to drink water exposed to sunlight?

“The hotter it gets, the more the stuff in plastic can move into food or drinking water.” Drinking from a single water bottle left in the hot sun won’t hurt you, but experts say consumers should avoid persistant exposure to plastic containers left in extreme heat.

Is frozen water good for you?

Ice cold water works in removing toxins from the body, so drinking more of it could help prevent toxins from building up and having a negative impact on your immune system.

Does water go bad in metal bottles?

Or better yet, use refillable containers made of metal or glass. When it comes to storing water for long periods, the answer is “Yes,” your H2O can certainly become unsafe to drink, says Zane Satterfield, an engineer scientist with the National Environmental Services Center at West Virginia University.