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Pharmaceuticals in our Drinking Water

Do you know how many pharmaceuticals or other personal care products end up in your drinking water? Pharmaceuticals refers to unused medications, antibiotics, over-the-counter products such as skin lotion, sex hormone creams, and cosmetic products including soaps, fragrances, and shampoos. Pharmaceuticals in our Drinking Water It’s not just hard water you need to be concerned about these days, but the effects of numerous types of products that are washed down drains on a daily basis. The runoff from these wastes can end up in potable water supply sources or even into freshwater supply sources from agricultural areas.

January 17th, 2020|

What should I know about Lead in Drinking Water?

We’ve all heard of the dangers of lead paint, but what about lead in drinking water?  Lead is a metal and is a potential, depending on geographic location and What Should I Know About Lead in Drinking Water quality of water, contaminant found in hard water. How dangerous is it, really? How can you tell if you have lead in your water? If you do, what can you do about it? Lead and health Consuming drinking water contaminated with lead can be dangerous, increasing risk especially to young children. Lead poisoning is a serious condition, and while

January 12th, 2020|

Does Water Help with Weight Loss

Can water help with weight loss? Yes! Water is the most essential nutrient in our body, found in every cell, tissue, and organ. Water accounts for approximately 60% of our overall body weight and performs a number of tasks vital for life. Can water help you with weight loss? Water and exercise The body needs water. The functions that water performs in the body during exercise to support weight loss are involved in essential chemical reactions such as maintaining body temperature, lubricating joints, and maintaining muscle. When an individual exercises to aid in weight loss, the body will heat

January 7th, 2020|

About Home Water Testing

According to the CDC, the United States has some of the cleanest, safest drinking water in the world. Depending on source, drinking water must meet a number of EPA requirements and regulations. Nevertheless, no matter where you live, contaminants can find their way into your tap water. What do water testing kits do? EPA has defined standards as well as treatment techniques that protect you and your family by limiting contaminant levels in drinking water. The regulations cover: Disinfection byproducts Microorganisms Organic and inorganic chemicals Disinfectants Radionuclides In order to test for contaminants in your tap water, opt for

January 2nd, 2020|

Are there Carcinogens in my Water?

Depending on geographical region and efficiency of local water treatment plants, homeowners may be surprised to know that numerous contaminants have been found in drinking water. In fact, over 200 contaminants are typically found in tap water, roughly 100 of which can be linked to increased risk of cancer development. Does this mean you should only rely on bottled water? No, that can get expensive, and there are contaminants in bottled water as well. Knowledge can help homeowners be more aware of the quality of their drinking water. So too can water tests. According to the Environmental Working Group

December 29th, 2019|

Benefits of Drinking Water

Do you drink enough water? Most of us don’t, even though water is the most essential nutrient in our body. Water makes up a portion of every cell, tissue and organ in the body. Water accounts for approximately 60% of our body weight. Even bone is made up of more than 20% water. Muscle contains approximately 75% water, and our teeth contain about 10%. Don’t underestimate the importance of water and the functions of water in the body. Functions of water in the body Water is essential for life. Water plays a number of huge roles in daily sustenance

December 24th, 2019|

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