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How much water do we really need to drink?

How much water do we really need to drink?

Our bodies receive hydration from both food (about 20%) and drinking fluids about (80%) and women should consume about 91 ounces total and men about 125 ounces total.  Since drinking fluids is more easily measured than the intake of water-rich foods, it is the most important factor for achieving proper […]

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People In Africa Forced To Drink Dirty Water

People In Africa Forced To Drink Dirty Water

Garowe (PP News Desk) —The depreciation of the Somali shilling has led people in Jiingadaha camp (internally displaced persons in Garowe, Somalia) to face the current economic hardships. Businesses refusing to accept the Somali shilling during transactions had water wells that supply water shut down. Locals are forced to use […]

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Risk of extreme drought by 2060

Risk of extreme drought by 2060

    Drought being a natural result of climate change is not far from becoming a reality. The influence of human activity is increasing the risk, making researchers focus thoroughly on the subject. Researchers have uncovered the possible results of climate change: the hazard of extreme drought might be doubled […]

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Forever Chemicals Are Widespread in U.S. Drinking Water

Forever Chemicals Are Widespread in U.S. Drinking Water

Experts hope that with the incoming Biden administration, the federal government will finally regulate a class of chemicals known as PFASs Many Americans fill up a glass of water from their faucet without worrying whether it might be dangerous. But the crisis of lead-tainted water in Flint, Mich., showed that […]

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Is Water Important For Gender Equality?

Is Water Important For Gender Equality?

According to Stanford researchers, installing piped water near homes is the way to gender equality and well-being improvement in rural Zambia   Water increases opportunities for women and girls in rural areas all over the world. According to a new Stanford study bringing piped water closer to remote households in […]

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5 easy charity ideas for children

5 easy charity ideas for children

Teaching the lesson of giving is important. When kids learn from an early age to care & give, their empathy grows stronger. As future adults, they become nurturing, caring, and supportive. Adults also become happier when giving. Pursuing happiness has been believed to elevate your mood and recent studies have […]

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Organizations like charity water: how many are there?

Organizations like charity water: how many are there?

Charity: water: is a non-profit organization bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing countries. Alike Charity Water, there are other hard-working non-profits willing to bring a change. To name a few there is The Water Project, Water for Africa UK, and Water for Africa Australia. We all work […]

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A charity willing to make water in Africa a reality

A charity willing to make water in Africa a reality

Can clean & safe water become a global reality? They say that if it’s possible to plan it, it stops being impossible. This hard-to-fulfill goal is a NO1 for our water-focused foundation. It is important to us because we care about water safety all around the world but that’s not […]

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Are there Microplastics in Our Drinking Water?

Are there Microplastics in Our Drinking Water?

A current risk that has been concerning scientists for a long time are emerging environmental contaminants and whether they can end up in the human diet. Microplastic particles have caught research and media attention lately and as a result, it has been studied whether it has environmental and human health […]

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Why is America’s water at risk

Why is America’s water at risk

The United States has some of the safest drinking water in the world. However, its water supply is facing a new challenge. A slimy growth inside pipes has been found after a new analysis of waterborne disease was conducted by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It is […]

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