Statistical analysis of the influence of drinking water quality on population’s health in the regions of Russia
The article focuses on the estimation of the influence of drinking water quality on the population’s health. Regression models were used for the research. The article presents a review of publications on the problem. Medical-ecological data analysis is considered by the author. The correlations between morbidity rates and water pollution rates of statistical significance have been determined regarding the Mari El Republic. Regression models determining quantitative relations between morbidity rates and water pollution rates are constructed
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