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A new study out today is shaking up the bottled water business. It found plastic particles floating in some of the most popular brands. And now the World Health Organization is looking into which. Here's Anna Werner. Scientists found tiny pieces of plastic in more than 90 percent of the 250 bottles of water they tested. Virtually all were too small to see, the largest about the width of a human hair. The study identified some of the plastic as polypropylene, the same type of plastic used in bott...
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