The health problems stemming from the Flint water crisis may not be revealed for years to come, but already there is evidence that the lead-tainted water increased infant mortality and lowered fertility rates among women in the city. According to MLive.com, a new analysis published Wednesday, Sept. 20, Dr. David Slusky and Dr. Daniel Grossman of the University of Kansas found that fetal death rates rose 58 percent after Flint’s water supply was switched in 2014. The fertility rate among women in Flint dropped 12 percent during the same time, the research indicated. Other findings included disparities in the health ... Read More
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