Tuesday, August 10, 2004
It's good to know that our neighbors across the Atlantic are preparing for the eventuality of a second Bush term. From the BBC (via Avedon Carol):
Traces of the antidepressant Prozac can be found in [England's] drinking water, it has been revealed.
An Environment Agency report suggests so many people are taking the drug nowadays it is building up in rivers and groundwater.
Experts say the anti-depression drug gets into the rivers and water system via treated sewage water.