Study Says Reducing Well Water Use Cuts Arsenic Retention by 18 Percent in Bangladesh

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dhaka, Bangladesh

Using water from sources other than wells for cooking can reduce the amount of arsenic retention among people in rural Bangladesh, according to a study presented on July 15 at a conference run by the London School of Economics’ International Growth Center.