High nitrate levels in water supplies could cause kidney disease: doctor

By Rhiannon Shine A West Australian regional doctor says there could be a link between elevated levels of nitrates in the drinking water of some towns and health issues such as kidney disease.Dr Christine Jeffries-Stokes was a chief investigator for the Western Desert Kidney Health Project which looked at five Indigenous communities and five towns in WA's Goldfields and Western Desert regions.
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