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Enjoy Lakes and Live Longer
A research team at the University of Exeter in Great Britain found that people who live near water tend to live longer. It is another strong argument in the fight to keep the Great Lakes and their beaches clean.

The team based their conclusion on a correlation it found in British census data on human health and the environment. Among its theories: less stress, more outdoor activity, a calmer lifestyle, and the soothing effects of sunsets and walks on a beach.

 
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Troubles Run Deep for Wisconsin Waters - The Wisconsin DNR cites that ¼ of more than 700 bodies of water which fail to meet water quality standards do so because of high levels of phosphorus. The Department of Health Services cites 26 cases of algae-related illnesses between 2009 and 2011 in Dunn County, which originated from Tainter Lake. Blue-green algae has been found in Lake Winnebago, which supplies drinking water to Appleton, Neenah, Menasha and Oshkosh.


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