Research has found that many popular brands of bottled water can contain significant microplastic particles. Find out which brands had the most, how they are harmful, and how to avoid drinking plastics with your water.
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Research is confirming that watermelon is more than just heart-healthy. It seriously reduces blood pressure, reduces artery stiffness, lowers bad cholesterol and improves exercise recovery.
Research confirms that drinking waters can contain pharmaceuticals including antibiotics and psychoactive drugs. Even some commercial bottled waters contain these chemicals.
Watercress is seriously anticancer. New research finds it blocks DNA damage, inhibits cancer metabolism and halts cancer growth in several types of cancer.
Drinking just one more cup of plain water a day can help us reduce consumption of junky foods. Here is the evidence.
PURE WATER: The Science of Water, Waves, Water Pollution, Water Treatment, Water Therapy and Water Ecology
ARE YOU THIRSTY? DID YOU KNOW THAT MANY CONDITIONS ARE LINKED TO DEHYDRATION? SO HOW MUCH WATER DO WE REALLY NEED? SOME SAY WE DON’T NEED THE 6-8 GLASSES A DAY. OTHERS SAY WE NEED MORE. WHAT’S THE TRUTH? AND WHAT ABOUT ALKALINE...
The Flint Michigan water crisis was shocking. But it serves to teach some important lessons. The fact is, this could happen anywhere. Find out what caused the crisis and why this could also happen to your tap water.
The Kirtland Air Force Base’s ethylene dibromide (EDB) fuel spill is continuing to threaten Albuquerque’s future drinking water. Can a personal water filter remove EDB from the water?
How much water should you drink a day? A number of studies have investigated this. Here is what the science has determined. Hint: It’s higher than 6 to 8 glasses a day.
A new horror flick will shock moviegoers with a dose of reality. The rub is that the movie’s director says that the horror flick is 85% factual and exposes waterway toxicity from the runoff of manure and chemicals.
Natural gas fracking operations have been found to poison nearby water wells, harming the drinking water in the region.
Research has discovered that many garden hoses are full of toxins such as BPA, lead, cadmium and others. Hoses are currently not regulated as faucets and pipes are with regard to lead and other toxins….
Chemical fertilizers are poisoning our drinking water with toxic levels of nitrates according to multiple studies.
An amoeba called Naegleria fowleri is infecting drinking water supplies in the U.S. and other Western countries. This is serious, because the amoeba can infect the brain and cause death.