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Drinking Water Issues in 11 Cities Worldwide Described in February 2018 BBC Article

The 11 Cities Most Likely to Run Out of Drinking Water,” BBC News, February 11, 2018, is available online at http://www.bbc.com/news/world-42982959.  The article gives brief overviews of water-supply issues in the following cities (listed in the order presented in the article): São Paulo, Brazil; Bangalore, India; Beijing, China; Cairo, Egypt; Jakarta, Indonesia; Moscow, Russia; Istanbul, Turkey; Mexico City, Mexico; London, England; Tokyo, Japan; and Miami in the United States.

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February 20, 1862: Willie Lincoln Dies of Typhoid

February 20, 1862: President Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln were grief stricken when their eleven-year-old son, Willie, died from typhoid fever, which may have been due to polluted drinking water delivered to the White House. 307 more words


February 19, 1914: Large Steel Water Tank in Youngstown, OH

February 19, 1914:  Engineering News article. “A steel tank 100 ft. diameter and 50 ft. high, with a capacity of 2,938,000 gal., is being built at Youngstown, Ohio, in connection with the water-supply service. 326 more words


Recommendations for Kitchen Equipment

This page outlines all of my recommendation for the kitchen, but to learn more about why I chose the cookware below, read this post about stainless steel, cast iron, carbon steel, and more… 1,226 more words

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The 11 cities most likely to run out of drinking water - like Cape Town

Cape Town is in the unenviable situation of being the first major city in the modern era to face the threat of running out of drinking water. 1,375 more words


The Surprising Truth Does Drinking Water Help Clear Acne

Acne becomes a major issue for not only youngsters but also for elders. There are many causes of acne like using some kind of dairy, and oily food, now the question is how to remove it. 37 more words


February 16, 1974: Chlorine Shortage

February 16, 1974:  New York Times headline– Chlorine Shortage: Threat to Drinking Water. “LINCOLN, Neb.-The nation faces a threat to its safe drinking water that could grow into a serious crisis it .steps are not taken soon to head it off. 148 more words