Chemicals Found in Ohio Water that’s Linked to Obesity, High Cholesterol, Cancer

Now you can’t even drink the in Ohio

Study places Ohio as one of the states with the most Polyfluoroalkyl and Perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) found in water sources.

PFASs are man-made chemicals which have been linked to high cholesterol, obesity, hormone suppression, cancer and other health issues.

PFASs are used in many everyday products, including pizza boxes, popcorn bags, nonstick pans and firefighting foams.
The study, from the journal Environmental Science & Technology Letters, looks at the prevalence of these harmful chemicals in water sources across the United States.
Scientists have found that people who are exposed to PFASs every day can see problems like a slow build-up of cholesterol or a lowering of children’s immunity to diseases.
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