By now, you’ve probably noticed that your tap water isn’t as clean as it should be.
Most of the time, it’s not as clean.
That’s because it’s being treated to remove fluoride, which is toxic to fish and other aquatic life.
Fluoride is a component of the mineral bromide, which, in turn, is a natural byproduct of the process.
Fluorspar is a byproduct too.
But you’ve heard of fluoride and bromidespar before.
It’s the fluoride in your tap.
The bromate is the byproduct.
But when you’re treating water, you’re removing a lot of the fluoride, too.
That means it’s more likely to contain fluoride levels below the threshold for public health concern, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Fluoridespar is what’s causing the problem, according a new report from the University of Maryland’s College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.
In the study, researchers compared water samples from more than 6,500 people living in New York City.
Researchers found that those living in areas with fluoride levels in the top 20 percent of cities were less likely to have fluorosis, which results in fluorosis-related illnesses, including dental fluorosis.
And those living at or below the 40th percentile were more likely than others to have tooth decay.
Fluoric acid, the primary active ingredient in tap water, was the most common fluoride byproduct, accounting for about 80 percent of the total.
In contrast, the researchers found that the other 40 percent of people who drank tap water in the study had a high fluoride concentration.
They also found that people living at the lower end of the spectrum tended to have higher levels of fluoride than those living above the 50th percentile.
The study looked at samples from 7,000 people in New England and Washington, D.C. It also looked at more than 9,000 residents living in other states.
They found that, in addition to fluoride levels, the water was also full of other chemicals, such as chloramines and chlorine, which could cause problems.
“It’s a very complex and important issue,” said Dr. David C. Hirsch, the study’s lead author.
Fluorochlorosilane (Fluorocluorononanoic acid) is also a by-product of tap water treatment.
Fluorosilane is also found in the chloramines in tap waters.
It can cause skin irritation, and it can increase the risk of cavities.
In addition, the compounds are also in tap fluids, which can affect the health of people drinking the water.
In order to be safe, people should not drink tap water containing more than a quarter-percent fluoride concentration, or less than 4.8 parts per billion.
And they should not consume tap water from areas with levels of more than 30 ppm of fluoride.
If you want to be able to drink clean tap water at home, the EPA recommends that you use a filter, since you can wash your hands thoroughly with a mild soap and water.
But if you want a cleaner water source that’s safe for drinking, the FDA says you should limit the amount of fluoride you’re drinking to the amount you need.