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CA_Water_Ban_2016-5

Last April, Governor Jerry Brown of California issued sweeping and mandatory water usage restrictions for potable urban water. Now, just over a year later, California has reversed that ruling in spite of (or perhaps because of) the 24% reduction in urban water usage the state has seen since the executive order was issued. California is […]

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Gallup_Poll_Blog_2016-5

The May 18th issue of USA Today featured a Gallup poll that compares our citizen’s concerns and fears related to many serious environmental issues compared to 1989-90. The poll, conducted from March 2nd to March 6th, polled a sample of Americans and asked if they worried “a great deal” about various natural and environmental concerns. […]

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April_Blog1_Chlorine_2016-4

As the temperatures rise, everyone looks forward to taking the plunge into a cool, refreshing pool. Swimming is a fun way to get exercise and beat the heat come summer. Immersing yourself in a pool of water seems like a no-brainer – water is the most important substance for our bodies. What possible health hazards […]

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Low-Maintenance Indoor House Plants

For those of us with a green thumb, the widespread drought in California and other regions of the country have left us in a funk. As much of a knack as you may have for gardening, you have to admit that many household plants require plentiful water to maintain that vibrant green. Even without a […]

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How Drinking Soda Affects Your Body

We all know that water should be our go-to choice of beverage, but with their high sugar content and syrupy-sweet taste, sodas often replace water as the preferred drink of many Americans. Prudent mothers and fathers are aware that sodas have the potential to add some extra pounds to their children and themselves – but […]

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