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Let's Talk About Water

Water is a very valuable thing for our bodies. Every cell, tissue and organ in your body needs water to work properly. Water gets rid of wastes through urination, perspiration and bowel movements, keeps your temperature normal, lubricates and cushions joints and protects sensitive tissues – …

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September 20, 1981: Hackensack Water Expansion

September 20, 1981:  New York Times headline–Hackensack Water Plans Its Largest Expansion. “The future bills of the Hackensack Water Company will present, in stark dollars and cents, the financial legacy of the 1980-81 water shortage: A 47 percent increase for tens of thousands of homes and industries that were forced by state law to save water from last September to May. 97 more words


Raging wildfires threaten drinking water | Columnists 

If you live in the Northwestern part of the continent, as I do, there has been no escaping this year’s extraordinary wildfire season.

Tens of thousands of people have been forced to evacuate their homes. 74 more words

Guest Opinion

September 19, 1886: Houston Water Supply Problems

September 19, 1886:  Loss of life and property in Houston, Texas  demonstrated the inadequacies of the Water Works operations and underscored its failure to supply uncontaminated, potable water and adequate water pressure to Houstonians. 206 more words



Can eating ice be consider as drinking water?

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Clean Water Saves Lives!

Aid Africa at work! Eighty percent of communicable diseases are water born. If we can give a community water that’s clean where the pigs and goats don’t pee and poo in it, we can cut worms and deadly diseases like cholera and typhoid by 80%! 33 more words

Finding Water

5 Simple Tips for Going ‘Green’ Inside Your Home

As much as we have to look after our insides, we have to also take care of the insides of our houses. If nothing else, that’s where we live, and if we’re to stay healthy, we should live in a clean and healthy environment. 969 more words

Biological Medicine