Iron in drinking water linked to IBD

11/13/2008 | Medscape (free registration)

A study of 35 Norwegian cities found the higher the level of lead in the drinking water, the greater the risk of developing inflammatory bowel disease. Researchers say part of the reason might be increased oxidative stress or increased bacterial growth causing adverse immune responses in genetically predisposed people.

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