Effect of drinking water: a survey on health hazard
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This study is specifically concerned with the excessive iron content in drinking water and raising awareness among the inhabitants about health vulnerability and the prevalence of health risk of a remote community of Bangladesh as a developing country model. In the beginning of the thesis, the importance of pure drinking water was described along with different types of available usable water. In addition to these, different reasons behind this water pollution, health risks due to this polluted water & vulnerability in the remote community were marked also. The important message of this study is to show the importance, as well as toxic effects of iron on drinking water quality and human health. Thus it provides clear understanding and awareness to develop the methods of drinking water quality for a healthy lifestyle among the remote society in Bangladesh. For the primary data collection, a study has been conducted in Dhamrai Upazila of Dhaka, Bangladesh which was carried out by providing questionnaire to all the families of that area. All the data were put to SPSS analysis to measure the frequency of iron in water. Analyzing the result of the study, it is found that drinking water of that particular place is contaminated with iron and this might be the cause of various manifestations of diseases in the local people.