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Living organisms in fresh water system

Meta Description: As a result, most Water Borne Disease Outbreaks (WBDOs) occur during bathing, washing, drinking and the preparation and consumption of food that has been contaminated while several factors contribute to the risk of exposure to chemical related waterborne disease, a number of published studies point toward climate as a primary culprit for such outbreaks.

Waterborne diseases are caused by pathogenic microorganisms and chemical pollutants that are often transmitted in contaminated fresh water. As a result, most Water Borne Disease Outbreaks (WBDOs) occur during bathing, washing, drinking and the preparation and consumption of food that has been contaminated While several factors contribute to the risk of exposure to chemical related waterborne disease, a number of published studies point toward climate as a primary culprit for such outbreaks. Since climate ultimately controls outside water temperature and the frequency and intensity of precipitation, the increased risk for pollutant-specific human disease is significantly affected by local conditions, such as regional water capacities and sewage treatment practices. Moreover, changes in volume and composition of runoff from watershed development and coastal urbanization may lead to chemical leaching which can result in drinking and recreational water contamination.

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https://www.omicsgroup.org/journals/whats-in-your-water-can-be-bad-for-your-health-2167-7719.1000e127.php?aid=24227

 
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