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The effect of air pollution goes beyond the common health problems.


Since water is a desirable solvent, it can easily pick up impurities. Pure water, which is often called a universal solvent, is odorless, tasteless, and colorless


“Drink eight glasses of water a day,” most people say. But, how much do we really need to stay healthy?


Scott Pruitt, Environmental Protection Agency’s administrator, said he takes the issue of water contamination from chemicals very seriously and considers it a “national priority.”


More than 90 percent of the globe’s entire population is faced with the threats of air pollution to human health, but the problem is far worse in the poorest countries.


Most people are turning to bottled water thinking they’re safer than drinking straight from the tap. However, researchers find that plastic contamination could be twice as high in popular bottled brands as those found in tap water.



Think your home is safe? Think again. The air we're breathing for 90% of our lives at home is potentially harmful.


The Myth of Clean Water

Dr. Roy M. Speiser | Feb 26 2018 | Comments

With chronic illness on the rise, people are desperately trying to stem the onslaught, all the while drinking and bathing in the most damaging problem of all.


A recent study showed that short-term exposures to air pollution even at levels below the current national safety standards are putting senior citizens at higher risk of premature death.


With the different news about water contamination, more and more people are resorting to bottled water. But, doing so isn’t always the best choice for your health and the planet.


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