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Kids’ growing bodies need a steady supply of clean, filtered water, but getting your children to drink the recommended amount can be an ongoing battle. To many kids, a glass of water is a substitute for sugary fruit drinks and sodas, neither of which provide more than empty calories and, in the case of soda, […]

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water softeners

Tap water can contain an alarming amount of substances that damage skin and hair, especially for seniors. As we age, our skin becomes less supple and resilient, making the elderly more susceptible to a range of skin conditions, including psoriasis, dermatitis, and eczema. The good news is often these conditions can be resolved by installing […]

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Emergency Preparedness

September is National Preparedness Month, a public service campaign focusing on helping individuals and communities prepare for natural disasters and other threats to public safety. In 2015, the month will cover four weekly hazard themes: Week 1: Flood Week 2: Wildfire Week 3: Hurricane Week 4: Power Outages One common element runs through preparation for […]

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Colorado Animas River

For a few days in August, 2015, Colorado’s Animas River turned mustard yellow, the result of an accident while cleaning up the abandoned Gold King Mine. EPA workers misread the strength of a temporary dam, leading to an estimated 3 million gallons of contaminated wastewater spewing into the river. At one point, the yellow streak […]

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What you need to know about caffeeine

Caffeine. Like sugar, it’s one of those substances that seems to exist in every product. For many people, life without that morning cup of joe is a struggle. If you’re only drinking the equivalent of a cup or two a day, you’re probably not endangering your health. The trouble is, many of us ingest excess […]

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