Water Pollution :-
Water is the basis of life for all living creatures, so man cannot live without it, not just humans, the plant needs it to grow, and the animal needs it to continue its life. Water is a blessing that must be preserved from pollution, toxins and damages, so water pollution returns to the human being with serious damages such as disease and health problems.
Diseases resulting from water pollution: -
Amebiasis: It affects various parts of the body such as the liver and the large intestine.
Cholera: It is an infection that spreads in the small intestine due to harmful bacteria.
Dysentery: It is produced when water is contaminated and is an intestinal disorder with diarrhea mixed with blood and mucus matter.
Diarrhea: When diarrhea is an underlying disease and not associated with another disease, it is due to a virus in the digestive system.
Poisoning: It is the result of mixing of the lead element in the pipes with drinking water.
This is the most dangerous type of poisoning because it affects:
• the brain. Kidney function.
• Nervous system.