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Drinking This Kind of Water Increases Your Parkinson's Risk, Studies Show

Best Life
Best Life
 2021-07-03
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Approximately one one million people in the U.S. today have been diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease (PD). A progressive neurological disorder, PD often starts with minor tremors and leads to shaking, stiffness, and poor motor coordination, making it difficult for patients to walk, talk, and balance. Symptoms from Parkinson's arise when...

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Debbie Thompson
07-04

Sorry but when I have to fill a gallon container of city water and let it sit for up to 2 days to rid it of the sick smell and taste of chlorine well water would be nice. my city water smell like a freshly chlorinated pool.

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Carolina
07-10

Bull 💩, most of my family lives out in the country. Ages 102, 88, 85 and 78, all are currently living. One of them only takes an aspirin and vitamins. City water contains way to many chemicals for me. When you cut your water on, shouldn't smell like pool water

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Rose Phillips
07-20

All water has contamination in them. It is a matter of what it is. Lots of cities recycle water. There are many wells that can't be used. Some wells only allow animals to drink it.

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