Today is the last day of June 2015. Sunshine, blue skies and a green-hillside dotted with various sizes of evergreens are visible from my living-room office, somewhat miraculous for this time of year in my Tennessee Valley mountaintop getaway. 1,193 more words
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The Zen of Pure Living 12 Part Series: Week 1 - Seven Undeniably Good Reasons to Drink Filtered Water
Welcome to Week 1 of The Zen of Pure Living.
The first of 12 installments that will help you live healthier and wiser at home. You can rely on this advice because it’s science-based and thoroughly researched. 1,156 more words
Many procedures of filtration are conducted on the drinking water that’s provided to your home to make sure that it is clean. But there are occasions when it still contains various impurities. 492 more words
Caused by a bacterium called Vibrio Cholerae, Cholera is an acute illness affecting the intestine.
It is a severe infection of the gut. The person gets extensively dehydrated and it can lead to death if left untreated. 169 more words
Editor’s Note: This is the 10th installment of an occasional series on water scarcity issues around the world that Stratfor will be building upon periodically. 488 more words
So…Blog Nation…we left you last Thursday with the sunset over the Willamette Valley, thinking our part would be in on Friday and we would be on the road. 2,648 more words