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LabFocus Feb Mar 2019

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Page 1 of 15 laboratory-focus PUBLISHER/EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Terri Pavelic GROUP PUBLISHER J. Richard Jones WRITER Michelle Cornish CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Karen Ramlall Michelle M. Ng DIRECTOR, CONTENT & BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT David Blondeau GRAPHIC DESIGNER Elena Pankova CIRCULATION OFFICE: 21374, 2nd Concession Rd East Gwillimbury ON L9N 0H7 Phone: 905-727-3875 Fax: 905-727-4428 E-mail: laboratory_focus@ Laboratory Focus is published 4 times per year by Promotive Communications Inc. Legal Depository: National Library of Canada ISSN 40052410 Subscription rate in Canada $35/year; USA $60/year; other countries $100/year. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced without written consent. Publications Mail Registration Number: 40052410 Return undeliverable Canadian addresses to circulation dept: 21374, 2nd Concession Rd East Gwillimbury ON L9N 0H7 E-mail: All opinions expressed herein are those of the contributors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the publisher or any person or organization associated with the magazine. 2 February/March 2019 Laboratory Focus NEWS STUDY INVESTIGATES SOCIOECONOMIC DISPARITIES IN NITRATE LEVELS IN US DRINKING WATER The Silent Spring Institute in Newton, MA, US recently authored an article in the Environmental Health journal noting that understanding the effect of nitrate exposure is critical for understand- ing strategies to reduce ex- posure. Nitrate concentra- tions of above 5 mg/L may Don't get left behind. Click here fi rst for the latest information in the laboratory market. SAVE TIME Follow us on @LabFocus be associated with adverse health consequences such as cancer, birth defects, and preterm birth. In 99 per cent of the com- Continued on page 3 munity water systems (CWSs) in the United States, nitrate levels do not exceed the maxi-

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