The water crisis in Flint, Michigan, is being blamed on a combination of bad engineering, faulty testing and the fact that some people drink too much water.
The United States has the highest rate of lead poisoning in the world, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
But while lead exposure is a public health issue, it’s also a personal one.
A study conducted by The Wall Street Journal found that the rate of the U.S. population drinking polluted drinking water is much higher than the national average.
The study also found that Flint, a city of just over 1.5 million people, has more lead poisoning deaths than the city of Boston.
The Boston study had a population of more than 3.2 million.
In Flint, which is the poorest city in the country, more than one-third of children were poisoned by lead.
The Journal’s analysis of more of the city’s water tests showed that more than half of Flint’s water samples tested positive for lead.
Flint has been in crisis since the state switched from Lake Huron water to Flint River water in April 2014.
The city has been plagued by lead contamination for years, with some residents being poisoned for years.
Since the switch to Lake Hurons water, Flint has seen a spike in lead-tainted drinking water in the water system.
Many people who have been exposed to the tainted water say they have started to have neurological problems.
In some cases, the lead levels in the city water have been in the hundreds of micrograms per liter.
The water crisis has prompted Gov.
Rick Snyder to order an investigation of Flint and a state investigation into whether the city should be required to use the Flint River.
Snyder has been criticized for not doing enough to address the crisis and has since been forced to take action on Flint’s finances.