Study: Proper hydration found to reduce long-term risks for heart failure

A study conducted by researchers from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) found that drinking enough water daily can help reduce long-term risks for heart disease. Heart failure is a chronic condition that develops when the heart is unable to pump enough blood for the body’s needs. It affects over 6.2 million Americans or a little over two … Continue reading Study: Proper hydration found to reduce long-term risks for heart failure

USC Law School dean tells students to snitch on classmates who DRINK WATER in violation of covid restrictions

At the University of Southern California School of Law, students are not allowed to hydrate themselves because doing so, according to Dean Andrew T. Guzman, might cause someone to test “positive” for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19). In a recent email sent out to faculty, staff and students, Guzman explained that students are not allowed to eat or drink indoors … Continue reading USC Law School dean tells students to snitch on classmates who DRINK WATER in violation of covid restrictions

A dose of toxic synthetic chemicals: Researchers detect “forever chemicals” in California’s drinking water

Drinking water sources serving 7.5 million Californians are contaminated with toxic synthetic chemicals, according to a study from the Environmental Working Group (EWG), a nonprofit organization specializing in environmental research. These chemicals, per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances or PFAS, are commonly called “forever chemicals,” as they are extremely resistant to degradation once they get released to the environment. Low doses … Continue reading A dose of toxic synthetic chemicals: Researchers detect “forever chemicals” in California’s drinking water

How long do you have to boil water for it to be drinkable?

In an SHTF situation, knowing even the littlest of facts can spell the difference between life and death. Or in a normal day, the difference between comfort and the constant need to go to the bathroom. (h/t to DoomAndBloom.net)Take water, for example.Despite its abundance in our surroundings, not every drop of water you find is safe … Continue reading How long do you have to boil water for it to be drinkable?

Vitamin C and other antioxidants can prevent cell toxicity linked to the water contaminant hexavalent chromium

Antioxidants such as vitamin C are often taken to boost immunity and prevent diseases, but these substances can also be used against a water contaminant called hexavalent chromium. This chemical contaminates the water supply in about 200 million American homes. Researchers from Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Illinois discovered that vitamin C and other antioxidants like epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), the primary … Continue reading Vitamin C and other antioxidants can prevent cell toxicity linked to the water contaminant hexavalent chromium

Study reveals that toxic algae is causing dolphins to suffer from Alzheimer’s-like brain disease

The excessive blooming of blue-green algae might be responsible for the recent spate of deaths among dolphins. A pathological study found toxic compounds in the harmful algae that might cause a neurodegenerative problem similar to Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers from the University of Miami autopsied the brains and bodies of 14 dead dolphins. For the first time, they found … Continue reading Study reveals that toxic algae is causing dolphins to suffer from Alzheimer’s-like brain disease

You know water’s great for you, but do you know when you’ve had enough?

Staying hydrated is crucial for your overall health. But how does the human body know when you’ve had enough water? According to a 2019 study published in the journal Nature, an element in the gut could have a role in predicting when you’re already hydrated. “Thirst signals” in the brain For the study, researchers ran tests on … Continue reading You know water’s great for you, but do you know when you’ve had enough?

Study exposes dangers of too much fluoride, says children are at INCREASED risk of tooth decay from using too much toothpaste

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) calls the process of adding fluoride to drinking water to improve dental health “one of the ten most important public health advances of the 20th century,” claiming that it significantly decreases rates of dental decay. Water fluoridation has been the official government policy of the United States for many decades now, … Continue reading Study exposes dangers of too much fluoride, says children are at INCREASED risk of tooth decay from using too much toothpaste

Is there arsenic in your water? Exposure from private wells may be significant

No matter where you are in the world, drinking water is essential to your survival. But while it has tremendous health benefits, water can also be a source of dangerous poisons. Many people are currently at risk of arsenic exposure with every single glass of water that they drink. But according to new research, there are … Continue reading Is there arsenic in your water? Exposure from private wells may be significant

EWG Explains: How to choose the best water filters

Water filters are necessary to remove or reduce the myriad chemicals that contaminate our nation's drinking water, some of which are linked to cancer and endocrine disruption. For more tips on selecting the best filter for your home, visit EWG's Healthy Living: Home Guide. EWG Explains: How to choose the best water filters Video Length: … Continue reading EWG Explains: How to choose the best water filters