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November 2000: Volume 42, Number 11

Is NDMA in Water a Substantial Human Health Risk?
by Kelly A. Reynolds

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Mapping Bacterial Genomes -- Providing New Insights into Infectious Disease-Causing Agents  October 2000
Helicobacter pylori -- New Evidence Linking Water to Stomach Ulcers  September 2000
Microbial Infections Associated with Whirlpool Baths & Spas  August 2000
Dangers of Home Water Storage  July 2000
Naegleria fowleri -- A New Hazard to Recreational Swimmers  June 2000
Rotavirus -- A Major Cause of Childhood Morbidity and Mortality  May 2000
Endocrine Disruptors -- A New Category of Waterborne Risk  April 2000
Identifying Populations at Greatest Risk of Waterborne Disease  March 2000
Human Viruses found in Groundwater Recharge Sites  February 2000
Microsporidia Outbreak Linked to Water  January 2000
NDMA: Is Emerging Contaminant in Water a Substantial Human Health Risk?  November 2000