China media: water pollution problem in Yanjun Hai play or increase the risk of infectious diseases

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BEIJING, March 20 grid published article said a new study released shows that playing in the sea of fear will destroy your。
The study pointed out that playing in the sea will lead to the risk of common ear disease tripling the risk of ear pain increased 77%, the risk of diarrhea and other gastrointestinal diseases will increase by 29%。
Article excerpts are as follows: It is understood that the study published in the "International Journal of Epidemiology," analyzed the results of 19 previous studies, involving more than 120,000 people of health from the US, Britain, Australia, New Zealand, Denmark and Norway data。
The study leader, Leonard (AnneLeonard) University of Exeter School of Medicine at the press conference, "In the Anglo-American high-income countries, there is a perception that play swimming in the sea health risk is very small, however, our research and analysis found that the longer the time to be in the sea, the more you will increase the chances of people suffering from diseases, such as ear disease and digestive problems, such as stomach pain and diarrhea。 "He pointed out that this shows that pollution is still a problem in some of the world's richest countries affected by sea。
Although the water quality has been greatly improved, but still suffered a sea pollution industrial waste, sewage and agricultural runoff and other pollution sources。 School of Medicine, University of Exeter researcher Gase (WillGaze) said: "We do not want to stop people out to sea, it is indeed good for health, such as improving physical fitness, improve health, and enhance the contact with nature。 However, it is important that the people must also be aware of the risks involved, in order to make an informed decision。 While most people recover from infection without medical treatment cases, but for those who have weak constitutions, vulnerable populations such as the elderly, children, or have health problems, may cause more serious s consequence。 "He pointed out that although the world in terms of cleaning up the waters has made great progress, but there is evidence that there is still a lot of work to do, and this study will also provide guidance to further clean up coastal waters。
Editor: Xu snow。

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