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Is Tap Water Bad for Your Hair and Skin? Updated Jan 31st, 2023 When you experience a hair or skin dilemma, it’s easy to blame your diet, hormones, stress, or a beauty product you started using recently. But when you can’t pinpoint the culprit, it might be time to examine what you use to wash […]Read more
Is Florida’s Tap Water Safe to Drink? Whether moving to Florida or planning your dream vacation to the Sunshine State, it offers something special for everyone. But like many residents and travelers, you may be concerned about the safety of its tap water, given the water quality issues after Hurricane Ian. While Florida has an […]Read more
Effects of Fertilizer Runoff on Drinking Water Quality Since ancient times, many farmers have relied on organic fertilizers to keep soil healthy and productive. But with the development of petroleum-based synthetic fertilizers, used to give plants a quick fix of nutrients, farmers and homeowners began relying more heavily on chemical/inorganic fertilizers than the natural, healthier […]Read more
Is Purified Water The Same As Distilled Water? Which is the Better Choice? Updated January 3rd, 2023 Remember the days when your local supermarket only had a handful of bottled water choices? Picking one off the shelf was so easy and straightforward! But thanks to new water treatment techniques (and shady marketing tactics), shopping for […]Read more
Winter Dehydration: Is Dehydration Still a Risk in Cold Weather? If you often feel foggy-headed, fatigued, or irritable in the colder winter months, you might shrug it off as a mild version of seasonal affective disorder (SAD). However, the real culprit might be something as simple as not drinking enough water. While we don’t usually […]Read more
Does High TDS Mean You Need a Water Filter? If you know anything about pure water, you know it is colorless, odorless, and tasteless. But because water is an excellent solvent, it can dissolve different materials that can change its color, smell, and taste – not only the sugar in your morning brew but also […]Read more
Chlorine in Drinking Water: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Updated November 30th, 2022 Chlorine is by far the most commonly used water disinfectant worldwide. Today, about 98% of U.S. municipalities use some chlorine-related process to treat their drinking water, thanks to the chemical’s wide-scale availability, low cost, ease of use, and proficiency at […]Read more
What’s Causing California’s Drinking Water Crisis? Isn’t it ironic? California is the largest food producer in the U.S., yet many residents cannot drink or cook with the water that flows from their faucets. The state’s water supply is becoming more contaminated as multiple crises intensify – from wildfires and worsening droughts to arsenic and nitrate […]Read more
The Benefits and Risks of Deionized Water Updated Nov 17th, 2022 Water comes in different types – tap water, purified water, filtered water and alkaline water, to name a few. While many are safe to drink, they’re usually unfit for applications that use water as a rinse, ingredient, or solvent (think the food, cosmetic, and […]Read more
How to Remove Lead from Your Drinking Water Updated: November 1st, 2022 Few things are more satisfying than a tall glass of water after a long workout or a hot day. You fill it up at your faucet and gulp down without considering what contaminants you could be ingesting. And why should you? The Environmental […]Read more