Reduce Your Risk of Developing a UTI or Kidney Stones

Although you may try to eat a healthy diet and stay physically active, there could be one integral part of your health that is being neglected. Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are extremely common. In fact, they are the second most common infection. A UTI can develop in any part of the urinary system and can…

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What’s in Your Water?

What's in Your Water

If you only invest in one thing for your family’s health and safety, make it a high-quality home water filtration system. According to the CDC, about 7.2 million Americans get sick every year from diseases spread through water, and climate change, sea level rise, and coastal and watershed development are increasing the prevalence of waterborne…

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Avoiding Water Contamination After a Storm

The Atlantic hurricane season officially starts on June 1st and goes through November 30th, while the Eastern Pacific hurricane season runs from May 15th to November 30th. Climate changes are believed to be contributing to increased activity, along with higher storm surges and record rainfalls during hurricane season. Avoiding water contamination after a storm is of vital…

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