Spanish researchers have warned that people who regularly swim in chlorinated water or take lots of showers or baths could increase the risk of developing bladder cancer.
"However, despite being apparently cleaner and taking more exercise, a result of taking more frequent and longer baths, and using swimming pools more often - they are actually increasing their risk of THM exposure," she added. Moreover, Castaqo-Vinyals said that the additional risk of developing bladder cancer through the water contaminants was `small`. The findings were reported in the online journal BioMed Central. ANI
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