Toxic breast milk. Contaminated umbilical cords. Testicular cancer. Organ failure.
Governor Jerry Brown is retiring but not before he passes a few draconian laws as parting gifts for California. Two bills were signed into law on Thursday of last week to "help California be better prepared for future droughts and the effects of cl
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources approved a request to divert 7 million gallons of water a day to the area where Foxconn is building its new plant.
What is fluoride? Is it safe to drink? Is it safe for your children? Should we be adding fluoride to our water supply?
For a number of years now, people living in arid regions have acquired drinking water by using nets to capture the microscopic airborne water droplets that make up fog.
while being portable and disposable... (Natural News) Hands down, the most important factor in maintaining public health is access to clean water, and scientist Liangjie Dong from the University of Hawaii has come up with a revolutionary new technolo
(Natural News) As you start to get the hang of prepping, you'll eventually learn the proper way to store water for long-term use. (h/t to UrbanSurvivalSite.com)
Dr. Paul Connett of the Fluoride Action Network (fluoridealert.org) explains the status of a lawsuit that could bring an end to the practice of water fluoridation in the US.
* Billions of gallons of water are used each day in the United States for energy production * huge amounts of energy are consumed in pumping, treating, heating, and delivering water. * More than 12 percent of the energy used in the U.S. is for wate
Today we talk to Dr. Paul Connett of the Fluoride Action Network (fluoridealert.org) about Food & Water Watch Inc., et al. v. United States Environmental Protection Agency, a lawsuit that could bring an end to the practice of water fluoridation in th
Favorite on the List? Many people try to make a better choice by drinking bottled water instead of tap water since the municipal water from our faucets is loaded with all sorts of chemicals and pollutants. Unfortunately, bottled water may not be tha
Seawater is a complex cocktail of useful minerals, but it's hard to separate out the specific ones we need.
(Natural News) Contaminated water contains all sorts of harmful toxins that can result in dangerous diseases in humans. This has led scientists to devise various ways to decontaminate water ---so much so that decontamination has become an industry o
Toxicity Was Hidden And LIED ABOUT By The Government
Each year, red flags over toxic drinking water are raised across the U.S., with reasons varying from location to location. One major problem is aging water pipes, which have become an increasingly common source of toxic exposure.1 In fact, in a 2013
An investigation found that Flint, Michigan ranks nowhere near the top when it comes to lead in the water, thousands of areas are far worse.
China launched nearly 8,000 water clean-up projects in the first half of 2017 with a projected total investment of 667.4 billion yuan (US$100.2 billion).
If you thought California's water wars were bitter, just wait until you see our water data wars.
Are you a water snob? Given the state of water options today and their negative impact on the body, it may be a good idea to become a bit more discerning about the source of your drinking water.
A landmark new study published in a prestigious government-supported journal has found a significant link between fluoride and lower IQ in children.
Big corporations have done a great job of making us believe that bottled water is healthier.
Environmental, conservation groups vow to fight the repeal
Many moons ago, I wrote a piece for mises.org introducing Westley's Law, which was my theory for government growth based on its being held to lower expectations, relative to the market.
New research details method for distilling water by converting solar energy.
The majority of the planet's surface may be water, but unfortunately a heaping pile of salt makes most of that undrinkable.
The tribe is calling the decision a "victory," but there's one huge catch.