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Michigan waterways contain cocaine, antibiotics, pesticides, study shows

The Detroit Free Press reports that artificial sweeteners, cocaine, nicotine, antibiotics, pesticides, nonstick compounds and a lot more were found in water samples in the corridor between Lake Huron and Lake Erie, including the Detroit River and Lake St. Clair, according to a study by Wayne State University and the University of Florida. Read the full story by Deadline Detroit.

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