Arsenic levels fall since mining end

27.09.2020 - 00:11

A new finalised study that was completed in 2019 has found that the levels of arsenic in children living near a gold mine that was shut three years ago dropped sharply since an earlier study in 2016. The study corresponded with a significant decrease in learning disabilities that were linked to the children's exposure to the poisonous chemical element.

(Environment, Thailand)

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