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Carcinogens in Drinking Water: Is Your Water Raising Your Cancer Risk? For many of us, the word cancer alone is enough to evoke feelings of fear, unease, and worry. To reduce our risk, we try to make lifestyle changes, like quitting smoking, exercising regularly, and eating a healthy diet. But rarely do we consider filtering […]

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Camp Lejeune’s Water Contamination Crisis Explained By now, you’ve probably seen the barrage of ads targeting past Camp Lejeune veterans, families, and employees: “If you served or resided at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in North Carolina between 1953 and 1987 for at least 30 days, you may be eligible for financial compensation!” It turns […]

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GenX in Water: Health Concerns, FAQs, and Filtration Methods It was June 2017 when news broke about a decades-long chemical discharge into North Carolina’s Cape Fear River. Until then, residents had no clue a highly toxic industrial chemical had infiltrated their drinking water supplies. They had been drinking the contaminated water, feeding it to their […]

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Deadly Bacteria Behind Melioidosis Now in the US: A Threat to Well Water Quality? Bacteria, pathogens, germs – whatever you call them, you most likely don’t want them anywhere near your drinking water. Not only can these nasty elements leave funny and sometimes unbearable tastes and odors in water, but they can also cause life-threatening […]

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Heavy Metals in Water & The Risk of Bioaccumulation Metals. It seems almost impossible to avoid them. They occur naturally in the environment and our bodies and can be present in many food sources, dietary supplements, and even the water flowing from our taps. Luckily, many of these metals aren’t harmful – at least in […]

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Rio Grande Sewage Discharge: The Dangers of Sewage in Drinking Water Every time we flush our toilets or wash something down the sink, we create sewage. Usually, this waste is whisked away to a facility where it is treated to remove everything from feces and urine to scum and debris. But for some people living […]

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Americans Exposed to 5,000 Times the Safe Level of BPA, Study Finds Depending on where you live or work, you’re likely exposed to many plastic products every day. This might not seem like a bad thing since plastic is used to manufacture hundreds of consumer products. But as you’ll discover shortly, this precious material has […]

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Why Some States May Get Less Funds for Lead Pipe Removal & The Possible Impact on City Water America’s water infrastructure is in terrible shape. The two million miles of underground pipes responsible for supplying clean drinking water to Americans are rapidly deteriorating, exposing millions to dangerous levels of lead. But after years of neglect, […]

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Big Cities, Big Problems: Water Contamination in Urban Areas Living in a big city or other urban areas can be a worthwhile experience. They usually offer more quality job opportunities, dining options, sources of entertainment, and lots more. But as more people flock to these metro regions, precious resources, such as clean drinking water, become […]

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What EPA’s New PFAS Plan Could Mean for America’s Drinking Water They say every cloud has a silver lining, but so does one of America’s most widespread water contamination problems. Amid dwindling hope and growing concerns, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a new strategic road map to combat a group of highly toxic “forever […]

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