Fluoride in Irish Tap Water: The Great Debate

On February 27, 2015, in Commentary, by Erik

Ireland is undergoing a great water debate. Representatives and professionals in the dental community believe fluoride in the tap water can increase oral health. Others believe that it will lower the IQ of children. Which side are you on?

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Best Tasting Tap Water Comes From Ohio

On February 27, 2015, in News, by Erik

In an international tap water tasting contest, the tastiest water goes to Hamilton, Ohio, USA. Hamilton won top honors over a field of contenders from around the world at the 25th Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting in West Virginia, USA. In another category, Athens, Greece took the trophy for best bottled water. For more on […]

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Get Hydrated with the Taste of Peach Pie

On February 26, 2015, in News, by Erik

It’s important to drink nearly eight glasses of water per day for your health, but it doesn’t have to taste plain! A simple recipe can make a pitcher of water taste like a peach pie. No sugar needed! Only necessary ingredients are water, some peaches, and vanilla beans. Get the full delicious recipe here:: Peach […]

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This may be the fanciest water ever!

On December 15, 2014, in Commentary, by Erik

Most of us do just fine with filtered water from the tap. Fancy bottled water at restaurants and specialty stores is a different animal altogether, adding extra expenses for a taste of the exotic, but I’m not convinced it would taste any different. Then there’s mist water.

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Got Birch Water?

On November 20, 2014, in Discoveries & Innovation, by Erik

We’re constantly bombarded by the next big thing when it comes to “super waters.” Coconut, cactus, and aloe water have all been pushed on us, and next in line is birch tree water. Birch trees are commonly found in British gardens, and some claim the water found inside can help with everything from the flu […]

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Marshall Islands Get Much-Needed Desalination Plant

On November 20, 2014, in Drinking Water, by Erik

Spectra Watermakers, a company specializing in small scale and energy efficient desalination systems, has opened a solar and wind-powered desalination plant on the atoll of Kili in the Marshall Islands. Kili’s 1200 residents had been suffering from both drought and polluted groundwater. Without a need for fuel, this plant saves thousands of dollars a year […]

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A Self-Filling Water Bottle? Check Out These New Water Innovations!

On November 19, 2014, in Commentary, Discoveries & Innovation, by Erik

If you’re a cyclist, these awesome new innovations in water bottle technology are for you!

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Indian Village Sick With Toxic Water

On November 18, 2014, in Drinking Water, by Erik

In a remote village along the Indian-Pakistan border, residents are being maimed and even blinded by highly toxic water. Their river is contaminated with lead, uranium, and other heavy metals. Experts suspect Indian factories and Pakistani tanneries of pouring untreated waste into the river, where it seeps into the ground water. The Indian government is […]

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A Revolution in Water Purification

On November 14, 2014, in Commentary, Drinking Water, by Erik

A new breakthrough in technology could bring clean water to areas that desperately need it. Find out how you can help!

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8 Glasses a Day, Keeps Kidney Stones Away

On November 12, 2014, in Commentary, Drinking Water, Health, by Erik

Kidney stones are an awful, agonizing ailment. You can help increase prevention by staying well hydrated and drinking less soda. The water will help flush your kidneys regularly and curbing your soda intake will prevent the acid from the drink from forming stones.

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