Rainwater Is Unsafe To Drink Directly As It Contains Harmful ‘Forever Chemicals’, Finds Study
These chemicals have now been discovered in rainwater in most parts of our planet by University of Stockholm researchers. These chemicals have also been spotted in deserted parts of Antarctica.
Rainwater Unsafe to Drink Due to Chemicals: Study
Fabimycin, developed by a team from the University of Illinois in the US, showed potential to infiltrate the defences of gram-negative bacteria and treat infections, while leaving other helpful microbes intact.
PFAS levels in rainwater have made it 'unsafe to drink' globally, even in remote areas: study
Researchers out of Europe say global levels of 'forever chemicals,' known as PFAS, have made rainwater unsafe to drink around the world, even in the most remote areas.
‘Forever chemicals’ have made rainwater ‘unsafe to drink’ globally, says study - National
The study claims the levels of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in rainwater exceeds established U.S. guideline values for what is deemed "safe."