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Weekly News Letter 4/15/2016

Here is the newsletter for 4/15/2016. If you would like to receive it via email, you can sign up for the newsletter at the bottom of the ewater.com home page.

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Is Iodine the new Super Mineral?

First we must start with what is iodine and why do we need it?Iodine is an element that is needed for the production of thyroid hormone. The body does not make iodine, so it is an essential part of your diet. Iodine is found in various foods. If you do not have enough iodine in [...]

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Newsletter 4/8/2016

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Should I be concerned about lead in my water?

What happened in flint, Michigan was/is an atrocity. A city supplying water to its residents that was unsafe. What and why did it happen?Improper water treatment caused irreparable damage to children by poisoning them with lead. How did this happen? Could you be at risk of the same danger? What solutions are there to avoid being poisoned without warning? In this small segment [...]

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Weekly News Letter 4/1/2016

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What are trace minerals, and why do I need them?

According to Segen's Medical dictionary, a trace mineral is: "Any of a group of metal ions present in minimal(milligram or microgram) amounts in biological systems, which are required for their optimal activity. Trace mineral enzyme cofactors play critical roles in the organization of molecules, membranes and mitochondria, and include chromium, cobalt, copper, fluorine, iodine, iron, manganese, selenium, silicon, vanadium and zinc. [...]

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​What is the difference between chlorine and chloramine?

Simply put, they are two types of chemicals used for disinfecting water. Two different products used to get the same result. Why should that matter to us? Determining the difference between which of the two or even if both are in your water tells you if your are throwing away money! Filtering your water can be very confusing. There are so [...]

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Flint Michigan Saves A Few Bucks, Poisons Over 100,000 People!

Deep down, the Brown family knew the water that had flowed through the pipes in their home in Flint, Michigan — the water that 3-year-old Dana had been drinking for months before anyone was warned — probably contained toxic lead.This week, they got test results that confirmed their fears.Water Defense, the anti-fracking and safe-water activist [...]

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11 Worst Cities For Air Pollution

The good news: Air has gotten cleaner in recent years. Now the bad: More than half of people in the U.S. still breathe air dirty enough to cause health problems, according to the American Lung Association.Bakersfield, Calif.Population: 807,407Bakersfield and Delano, Calif., residents breathe some of the country’s most polluted air, based on several measures. The [...]

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Drought-stricken Texas Town Forced To Turn Sewer Water Into Drinking Water

From flush to faucet: Drought-stricken Texas town turning sewer water into drinking water Wichita Falls is entering its fourth year in 'exceptional drought'The city's main water source, Lake Arrowhead, is at just 27 per cent capacityResidents are living with extreme water restrictionsCity officials are testing a water recycling program that will see waste water pumped from [...]

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