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References and further information

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WHO, Fluorides and oral health. Report of a WHO Expert Committee on Oral Health Status and Fluoride Use. WHO Technical Report Series, 846. Geneva: WHO, 1994

Gleick P H, The World's Water 2000-2001: the biennial report on freshwater resources. Washington DC USA: Island Press, 2000

Murray JJ, Rugg-Gunn AJ, Jenkins GN, Fluorides in caries prevention. Third Edition. Butterwoth-Heinemann Ltd. 1991

Pocock SJ, Shaper AG, Cook DG, Packham RF, Lacey RF, Powell P, Russell PF, British Regional Heart Study: geographic variations on cardiovascular mortality, and the role of water quality. British Medical Journal. 1980; i:1243-1248

Smith A H, Lingas E O, Rahman M, Contamination of drinking-water by arsenic in Bangladesh: a public health emergency. Bulletin of the WHO, 2000; 78: 1093-1103

WHO, Guidelines for Drinking Water Quality, Second edition, volume 1, recommendations, Geneva, WHO 1993 p57/pp114-121,

See also

- Uranium - WHO Guidelines for drinking-water quality

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