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Water prices continue to rise and more homes in Ontario and Quebec are being sold off. It’s not uncommon for developers to seek foreclosure protection from local provincial governments over water prices. On Friday, the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. announced that it would be opening a new office near the Ontario legi충주출장샵slature to help address the problem of water pricing and sell-off. (CBC) Some residents have begun complaining about water quality issues in many of these communities. In some instances, people have been warned by water quality professionals that they might have cancer.
«I have had a few cases where I’ve been diagnosed with cancer because of lead and high water levels in the home,» said David Deacon of the city of Brampton. «Forget lead from paint, you don’t want water in your house.»
Other residents in Peel County in northern Ontario had water quality problems in the past, as well, and the government has had to intervene with water quality assessments.
«Well that’s not a good thing at all,» said Andrew Brown, from the Peel Region Municipal Health Agency in Ontario. «We’re working as a whole to address water quality issues.»
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The most obvious concern with living in homes with high lead levels is exposure to lead. A recent study from Duke University estimated that nearly 80 per cent of Toronto homes have water and lead in them. And people living in homes where lead is in the soil have an increased likelihood of having a stroke, heart attack, leukemia and other serious health conditions.
This is largely because lead is one of the most common causes of neurological damage that affect people over age 50, according to the Centre for Disease Control.
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Another health problem people are particularly vulnerable to is dental fluorosis, or fluorosis of the teeth. Fluorosis of the teeth results from the corrosion of lead-contaminated lead or other parts of the teeth. This can cause tooth decay, including gingivitis, and may not fully develop until three years after fluoride intake is reduced drastically.
If your child had a blood lead level high enough to trigger health warnings for kids, your dentist should be sure to conduct a lead poisoning assessment, and provide fluoride treatment immediately after the water test comes back. Also, dentists should recommend tha