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Boston University School of Public Health: Boil Water Alerts Linked to Increase in School Absences

BOSTON, Massachusetts, May 27 (TNSjou) -- Boston University School of Public Health issued the following news:

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Since the massive water crisis in Jackson, Miss., last year, a new study has found that each time the city issues a boil water alert, unexcused absence rates increase by up to 10 percent, underscoring the need to address the root causes of poor water quality.

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Following the massive water contamination crisis in Jackson, Miss . . .

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