Risk Perceptions of Drinking Bottled vs. Tap Water in a Low-Income Community on the US-Mexico Border
Presents a study on rates of bottled water usage among low-income Latinos on the U.S.-Mexico border. Explores concerns about tap-water quality and oral health consequences of drinking unfluoridated water. Draws conclusions from interviews of low-income Latino households about the perceived safety of tap water in Nogales, Arizona.
Kerton R. Victory, Amanda M. Wilson, Nolan L. Cabrera, et al.
BMC Public Health, 22, 1712
Hispanic or Latino · Oral health · Poverty · U.S.-Mexico Border Region · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention · Arizona