Love anything that will help people deal with depression but I am pretty sure I am not down with governments deliberately lacing the water supply with mind-altering chemicals. - Chris Chicago
A new study from Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) published in the British Journal of Psychiatry has found a strong link between geographical areas with high levels of lithium in public drinking water and lower suicide rates.
In a press release from BSMS, the study’s lead author Professor Anjum Memon said: “It is promising that higher levels of trace lithium in drinking water may exert an anti-suicidal effect and have the potential to improve community mental health.”
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