Water Contaminants

How to Remove Microplastics from Drinking Water?

Table of Contents What Are Microplastics? Are Microplastics Bad? How Many Microplastics Do You Consume Daily? The Potential Health Impacts of Microplastics How to Remove Microplastic from Tap Water? Final Words The majority of people use plastic on a regular basis. However, this substance is usually not biodegradable. It breaks down over time into tiny fragments known as microplastics, which are potentially harmful to the environment. They are found everywhere, including in the human food chain, and drinking water is most likely a significant source of exposure for people. Microplastics are one of the biggest environmental problems we face today....

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

November 11, 2022

Lead in Drinking Water in the U.S.: Facts You Should Know

Table of Contents Why Is Lead a Health Concern? How Lead Contaminates Tap Water Does Boiling Water Remove Lead? A Reverse Osmosis System - One of the Best Solutions Conclusion Humans cannot survive without water. For a long time, lead-contaminated water has been known to impact human health adversely. Unfortunately, this contaminant is a leading cause of the water crisis in the United States. Before supplying water to households, water utilities test drinking water for lead. And if the lead level exceeds 15 parts per billion (ppb) in over 10% of homes with the supplied water, necessary action is taken...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

August 12, 2022

Bacterium That Can Cause Fatal Illness Found in the U.S. for the First Time

Table of Contents What Is Burkholderia Pseudomallei? Melioidosis Explained Methods to Remove Bacteria from Water Reverse Osmosis System Waterdrop 800GPD RO System with UV Sterilizing Light Conclusion According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a type of bacterium that can cause deadly disease has been found in contaminated soil and water in the United States for the very first time. The bacterium, Burkholderia pseudomallei, can cause melioidosis in humans and other animals. Every year, there are a few cases are discovered in America, usually among people who had international trips. The disease has been proven fatal in half...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

July 28, 2022

How Do You Remove Nitrates from Water?

Table of Contents Nitrates in Water Sources of Nitrate The Health Effects of Nitrates How Does Nitrate Affect Livestock? Effective Protection from Nitrate Conclusion We need safe and clean water to stay healthy and fit. But there is a barrier to meeting this need, and this is the presence of contaminants in the water in our households. Whether it is drinking water or water used for other domestic and agricultural purposes, chances are contaminants like nitrate will be present. Nitrate has no smell or taste - identifying it in drinking water is always tricky. Drinking water with high amounts of...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

May 12, 2022

King Tank VS Alexapure Water Filters: Which Gravity Water Filter You Should Get?

Table of Contents Waterdrop King Tank vs. Alexapure Water Filter The Waterdrop King Tank Gravity Water Filters Explained How Gravity Water Filters Work How Do You Choose the Right Gravity Water Filter? Various Gravity-Fed Water Filtration System Types Final Words Most homeowners rely on the safeguarding capabilities of water purifier products to protect the health of their drinking water. These devices are standard features in new and renovated houses. Some young parents also go as far as installing water purifiers for newborns and mothers—all of these points to how essential water purifiers can be to our quality of life. There...

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May 12, 2022

What Is Groundwater Contamination and How Do You Remediate It?

Table of Contents What Is Groundwater? What Is Groundwater Contamination? What Are the Sources of Groundwater Contamination? What Are the Natural Contaminants in the Groundwater? What Are the Side Effects of Groundwater Contamination? How to Prevent Groundwater Contamination? How Is Contaminated Groundwater Remediated? How to Get Safe Water at Home? Conclusion Over 50% of the United States population depends on groundwater for drinking water. Groundwater is also one of our most important sources of water for irrigation. In other parts of the world, such as countries in Africa and Asia, groundwater provides drinking water for an even greater percentage of...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

April 08, 2022

What Is Deionized Water

Table of Contents What Is Deionized Water Comparing Deionized and Distilled Water Deionized Water Production What Are the Deionization Process Types? What Are the Types of Deionizers? What Is the Best Use of Deionized Water? Can You Drink Deionized Water? How Can You Get Safe Drinking Water for Your Household? Conclusion Experts say water is essential to life, coming second to oxygen. Because all body cells use water, surviving more than a few days without water is impossible. Water carries oxygen and wastes to and from several organs while traveling through the human body. When considering the different water qualities,...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

March 22, 2022

How To Remove Iron from Water

Table of Contents How Do You Test For Iron In Water How Does Iron Get Into Drinking Water What Is The Safe Level Of iron In Drinking Water What Is The Side Effective Of Iron In Drinking Water How To Remove Iron From Water There are several heavy metal elements in water. These elements can be useful to the human body if present in the right amounts. However, if they exceed these amounts, they become harmful. One of these two-sided elements is iron. How Do You Test For Iron In Water? Water usually contains a low iron content, usually below...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

January 26, 2022

How to Remove Copper from Water

Table of Contents How does copper get into drinking water What are safe levels of copper in drinking water What are the side effects of copper in drinking water How do you test for copper in water How do you remove copper from water How to reduce the risk of copper getting into your water As a metal element that exists widely in nature, copper is also one of the earliest metals used by human beings. The applications of copper can be seen in many places. Our bodies also need trace copper elements to maintain good health, but too much...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

January 26, 2022

A Detailed Look At The Wisconsin Water Infrastructure

Table of Contents What Is Water Infrastructure Why Water Infrastructure Is Important Main Components of the Wisconsin Water Infrastructure How Can You Filter Water At Home Conclusion If the data from the Wisconsin Legislative Fiscal Bureau is anything to go by, then Wisconsin is in line to be a beneficiary of US$347 million as clean water funding, and a separate US$522 million as safe drinking water revolving loans. All of these are expected to happen within the next five years. These fundings means millions of people living in Wisconsin can now access clean water. But that is just the summary....

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

January 21, 2022

The Tonga Volcanic Eruption Sending Powerful Tsunami Waves Across The Pacific

Table of Contents The Aftermath Of The Tonga Volcano How Will The Tonga Volcanic Eruption Effect Climate Change What Is A Submarine Volcano What Is Tsunami Advisory How Can You Stay Safe If There Is A Volcanic Eruption How Can You Stay Safe If There Is A Tsunami Concerns Surrounding Additional Volcanoes Final Thoughts On Saturday an underwater volcano erupted violently, causing tsunamis, in the south pacific. The powerful tsunamis hit Hawaii, Japan, and Tongatapu, Tonga’s largest island, sending flood waves into the capital. The Aftermath Of The Tonga Volcano Flooding Tonga’s capital is sixty-five kilometers (40 miles) to the...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

January 19, 2022

What Is Brackish Water and How Do You Treat It?

Table of Contents 1. What Is Brackish Water 2. Where Is Brackish Water Found 3. What Is Brackish Used For 4. Can We Drink Brackish Water 5. How Can We Treat Brackish Water 6. Conclusion We drink water every day, but have you ever noticed that the water we drink sometimes tastes different. Some water tastes sweet, but some water tastes astringent and even difficult to swallow. The quality of water can affect the water taste, therefore, hinders the overall intake of water. If your water tastes astringent, then there’s a big chance to blame it as brackish water. This...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

January 11, 2022

Safe Drinking Water in Hurricane Season

This past hurricane season of 2021 ended up being within the three most active seasons on record. With that being said, it fell in line with a 30 year average of occurrences within the Atlantic. It produced 21 storms, alongside 7 hurricanes, with nearly half of said hurricanes reaching category 3 or more according to the Saffir-Simpson scale. From extensive clean-up efforts to major infrastructural damage, hurricanes and tropical storms leave a wake of destruction in their path. When damage does occur, municipal water facilities are prone to the rather harsh effects of storms. When Is Hurricane Season In 2021...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

December 30, 2021

Why Does My Water Smell of Sulfur?

In order to ensure optimal health, our bodies need water to function well through consumption of sufficient amounts of water. It is recommended for men to drink 15 ½ cups of water on average per day, whereas women should drink 11 ½ cups. This enables your organs to operate well, in the removal of toxins, and more. However, for most people, tap water isn’t enough to replace lost electrolytes and keep your body hydrated. Let’s explore what aspects would make tap water unfavorable for consumption, and how it may be improved. What Is Sulfur Odor and How Does It Smell...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

December 21, 2021

Flint Water Crisis: Everything You Need to Know

Michigan is a state that is heavily dependent on the auto industry. The great recession of the automobile industry at the end of the last century still dimmed the lights of the Greater Detroit area, and the 2008 financial crisis was another strike to the state. City Flint is also inevitable. Flint Water Crisis Background From 2011 to 2015, the city of Flint filed bankruptcy liquidation (receivership). Governor Rick Snyder assigned different emergency managers to take over Flint's municipality. One of the job duties of the emergency officer is to reduce government expenditures and save the government from the financial...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

December 13, 2021

How to Reduce PFAS Chemicals in Drinking Water

The Wolf Administration was able to receive preliminary approval of a proposed drinking water regulation that would set limits for two highly toxic chemicals. The Environmental Quality Board approved the rule at 14 parts per trillion, and 18 ppm respectively in submissions from state agencies over this summer. The state Department of Environmental Protection has found that one third of the 400+ sites tested across Pennsylvania are contaminated with a harmful chemical. The federal government ordered public water systems in 2013 to conduct these screenings, and more than 100 communities have been tested so far for this substance. Both chemicals...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

November 23, 2021

Is Newark Winning The War of Drinking Water Lead Reduction?

Struggling to improve water quality continues long after a water crisis has taken place. As history tells us, even Flint, Michigan has struggled since their own water supply was threatened back in 2014. Then, in 2019, Newark, NJ made headlines of their own, with a lead water crisis that effected 1/5 of its entire citizenship. As their residents began grow concerned, fearing Flint, Michigan was on repeat, Newark official went to work creating a plan. In fact, the folks in Newark quickly began replacing their aging lead piping with copper pipes to put an end to lead exposure. Newark’s Water...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

November 14, 2021

Is My Drinking Water Safe to Drink after Water Main Break in Charlotte

Into the third week of October, the area of Charlotte, NC experienced what has been touted as a historical main water break. As a result, widespread outages ensued throughout the state’s capitol, affecting services within a 16 zip code area. While services have been restored since, residents are concerned in regard to taking precautions, in addition to corporate customers. Check the latest news here. Since then, a second main water break occurred. Unfortunately, once an event of this magnitude takes place, it’s often difficult to maintain consumer confidence, especially in regard to water quality. If you are one of the...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

November 05, 2021

What You Should Know about Fluoride in Drinking Water

Water is crucial to survival. We cannot attain optimal health without clean and healthy water. However, the water we have found ourselves drinking and using nowadays contains several harmful chemicals. One of these dangerous chemicals is fluoride, usually found in large amounts in municipal tap water. Surprising, isn’t it? Contrary to expectations, the government’s tap water to our homes is treated with fluoride because it allegedly improves our dental health. But this is far from the truth. Fluoride Explained The human body contains many essential trace elements, and fluoride is one of them. Depending on the dose, fluoride can have...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

September 13, 2021

Protect Children from Lead Exposure in Drinking Water

Although Flint, Mich, and Newark, N.J, have excessively high levels of lead-contaminated drinking water, the situation is not unique. Generally, millions of Americans may be drinking lead-contaminated water unknowingly because of old lead pipes, faucets, or other plumbing fixtures that have a high lead concentration. Lead has devastating effects, especially in children, causing effects that can last a lifetime. Common Causes of Lead Exposure Instinctively, children put toys, fingers, and other objects in their mouths, thus, putting them in danger of contacting lead paint or dust. Contact with chips, dusts in buildings, and old lead paint in homes is a...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

September 09, 2021

Enjoy Clean Drinking Water During Power Outage

The importance of electricity in our lives cannot be overemphasized. It is one resource that finds multiple vital applications in our everyday life, including cooling, heating, lighting, refrigeration, and running all electrical appliances. Over 3.8 trillion kWh of electricity was used in the United States only in 2020 – 13x more than the consumption rates of the 1950s. You will agree that life without electricity will never be the same. But the truth is the more we cannot do without electricity, the more vulnerable we are to problems that come with blackouts, including water scarcity. Climate, Weather, and Power Supply...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

September 06, 2021

Avoiding The Harmful Effects of Water Contaminated with Heavy Metals

Our water supply plays a significant role on our personal health, the environment, climate change, and much more. Statistically speaking, by 2025 over half of the world will be residing in regions facing stressful water supplies. This will be particularly true for countries with predominantly low to middle income households. The risks posed to regions such as this only serve to further highlight the importance of determining the amount of heavy metals in surrounding water sources, if only to decrease the dangers posed to human health. The Agency for Research on Cancer (or IARC), and the Environmental Protection Agency (or...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

August 12, 2021

How Does Drinking Water Become Contaminated?

In the United States, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulates drinking water among public water systems through the Safe Drinking Water Act. The act sets a maximum concentration level for water chemicals and pollutants that we come into contact with. Contaminants are physical, chemical, biological, or radiological substances or matter in water. Anything other than water molecules may be considered a contaminant. Contaminants can be naturally occurring, caused by human activity, or both. Drinking water requires treatment that removes dangerous contaminants. If consumed, some drinking water contaminants can lead to health effects, such as gastrointestinal illness, reproductive problems, and...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

August 11, 2021

Protecting Your Water During Natural Disasters Seasons

The United States is vulnerable to almost all natural disasters, from storms to wildfires and others. Over the last five years, loss from natural disasters has risen to over $600 billion . The average record is over 60,000 deaths across the world. And with the increasing global climate change, the United States is even at a higher risk of more disasters. Considering all of these factors, it is important to know how to stay protected in the face of these disasters. It may take several years to recover from a disaster that lasted for a few minutes. From major infrastructural...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

August 09, 2021

The Importance of Cleaning Your Swimming Pool

Tokyo Bay's Smelly Swimming Situation Recent heavy rainfall has led to a situation in Tokyo Bay concerning sewage leakage and runoff. With the Olympics in Tokyo well underway, there were rising concerns over the pool's putrid smell, in addition to various health concerns. Residents were already having to live with the issue of sewage runoff, however, Olympians were facing the possibly of swimming in water conditions contaminated with E. Coli. Recognizing the Symptoms of an E. Coli Infection Escherichia Coli, or E. Coli, is bacteria commonly found in the digestive system of mammals. Once infected, with a number of strains,...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

July 29, 2021

Saving Your Water From The Increasing Levels Of E. coli In Tokyo Bay

It’s the month of the Olympics! The Tokyo 2020 Olympics is finally happening in 2021. The city of Tokyo is welcoming people from all over the world to enjoy the games. Despite the call to cancel the games, the WHO and the organizers decided to hold the games, but with strict health measures in place to protect everyone. However, several other issues need to be resolved. Let’s take a look at some of them; The Smelly Tokyo Bay City Tokyo Bay is at an increased risk of sewage leakage, as recent storm forecasts have shown. This area is hosting the...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

July 28, 2021

What is the Best Way to Remove Chloramine from Water?

What is Chloramine in Water? The majority of the tap water supply in America has been treated by chloramine or chlorine. Just like chlorine, chloramine is a type of disinfectant added in water supply to improve drinking water quality and remove the harmful components. Chloramine is used to kill bacteria, viruses, and protozoan by breaking down their cell walls. This prevents them from causing diseases such as diarrhea, cholera, hepatitis, and typhoid. Since bacteria, viruses, and protozoa are too small for filters, there's no physical or chemical-free method of handling these tiny contaminants. Why Should I Remove Chloramine from Water?...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

May 07, 2021

13 Things You Need To Know About Reverse Osmosis Systems

The effects of contaminants in domestic water are well documented. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes that “Contaminants in our water can lead to health issues, including gastrointestinal illness, reproductive problems, and neurological disorders.” Adding, “Infants, young children, pregnant women, the elderly, and people with weakened immune systems may be at increased risk for becoming sick after drinking contaminated water.” Crucial as it may be, clean water is not guaranteed for many people. For instance, the World Health Organization reports that “Contaminated drinking water is estimated to cause 485,000 diarrhoeal deaths each year.” Although governments and local authorities...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

April 29, 2021

Is Well Water Safe to Drink?

The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) reveals that, although most households of the U.S. population depend on a municipal water system for water, about 15% of them still drink water from a private well. EPA is responsible for monitoring and regulating municipal water supplies that is normally disinfected with chlorine at a local water treatment facility. On the other hand, the property owners are responsible for the monitoring, testing, and treating their private well and the water it provides. Well Water vs. City Water When a home relies on well water for its household water supply, it means they get their...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

April 21, 2021

Japan’s Plan to Dump Fukushima waste water into the Pacific Raises Safety Concern

Recently, Japan has announced it will release more than 1m tons of contaminated water from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean. The announcement triggered a warm discussion among neighboring countries, including China and South Korea. Will the Fukushima Radioactive Water Impact the US and Canada? Dumping nuclear waste water into the Pacific Ocean will cause a permanent harm to the entire human race and the ecological environments. The communities and environment the world depend on will suffer from serious, long-term consequences, more than what is expected. Asides from the obvious pollution in the ocean and sea...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

April 16, 2021

Can Home Water Treatment Deal with Lead Contaminated Water

The Flint water crisis started in 2014 that exposed the citizen's health with tap water contaminated by brain-damaging lead did shock the public. And it is just in the very recent, an analysis conducted by the Chicago Tribune also found that homes in Illinois had the lead levels in tap water as extreme as Flint during the past six years, consisting of hundreds and even thousands of parts per billion. It is believed that more communities in the United States are exposed to lead. What’s the reason for that? Table of Contents 1. What makes the city water get contaminated...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

April 12, 2021

What Is TDS and How to Measure It?

What is TDS in water? TDS stands for Total Dissolved Solids and represents the total concentration of dissolved substances in water. TDS is the term used to describe the inorganic salts and small amounts of organic matter present in solution in water. The primary components of TDS are usually calcium, magnesium, sodium, and potassium cations and carbonate, hydrogencarbonate, chloride, sulfate, and nitrate anions. TDS in water supplies can originate from natural sources, sewage, urban and agricultural run-off, and industrial wastewater. The salts used for road de-icing in wintertime can also contribute to the TDS loading of water supplies. Is Low-TDS...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

March 25, 2021

How to Get Rid of PFAS Chemicals in Water

If you read the news a lot, you must have ever come across reports of PFAS(per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) chemicals found in wells, rivers, landfills, or groundwater somewhere in the US or elsewhere in other countries. According to a recent report by the Department of Environmental Protection,one-third of 114 Pennsylvania public water systems were found to contain the toxic PFAS chemicals, although none of them exceed the EPA’s upper limit of 70 PPM. In another report, the PFAS chemicals are detected in groundwater at nearly 60 closed landfills in Minnesota, at amounts higher than the state’s acceptable level for safe...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

March 25, 2021

How to Deal with the Bad Smells in Water After Huston Boil Advisory Lifted?

Reports of bad smells in water across the Huston area to the local water agency increased after the boil advisory was lifted on Feb, 20th. Huston citizens turned to social media complaining about the bad smell in the water, which some people suggest the water smells like chlorine and some people describe the water has a funny taste like dirt or metal, etc. Houston Public Works conducted more than 100 tests on drinking water samples since the boil notice was lifted on Sunday, the spokesperson claimed that although the smell of the water had noticeably changed, the drinking water actually...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

February 26, 2021

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner Said, “Boil Tap Water Before Drinking”

The recent sudden power outage in Texas left everyone worried. Homes and businesses were left stranded after a deadly blast of winter left the electrical grid dead. Millions of Texans had to deal with the harsh weather, but this was only half of the problem. The other half is the absence of clean water due to the power outage.  Despite the power being restored to more homes and businesses just after a week, the crisis is still very much in place, with thousands of people unable to access safe drinking water. Part of the weather-related power outage impacts was frozen...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

February 21, 2021

How to Remove Chromium 6 in Water

The name “hexavalent chromium” gained the prominence in the Erin Brockovich’s lawsuit against Pacific Gas & Electric Co., which alerted the public about this cancer-causing chemical. The utility company was found liable for dumping this type of chemical into the groundwater of Hinkley, CA. PG&E disguised the crisis and deceived the community on the effects of the hexavalent chromium along with the possible connection to the health problems of the residents in the town. The residents reached a $333-million settlement with Pacific Gas & Electric Co. for polluting the water, yet the story of Hinkley continues with no Hollywood ending,...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

December 16, 2020

Wildfires in California Raise Health Concerns over Contaminated Water

Wildfire leads to water contamination in California. Learn how to remove benzene and other toxic chemicals in the local water supply after wildfires. Table of Contents "The water smelled like diesel,” Gerald Buhrz, 77, said. "It smelled like you could probably light it with a match." This is a quote by a resident who lives in Santa Rosa, California. Luckily, the residents can detect the awful odor in water and report timely. Most of the time, chemicals dissolved in the drinking water after wildfires without a smell showing they're harmful. Benzene, for example, is a colorless chemical found in gasoline...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

October 17, 2020

Brain-Eating Amoeba Found in Water Supply 8 Texas Cities Were Alerted

Texas government releases disaster declaration over the safety of its city water supply. Read to learn how to access clean drinking water. Table of Contents --- Jenna Kieser/The FactsLake Jackson, Texas, residents stocked up on bottled water after the city released advisories about the water supply. It has been an arguable question when it comes to city water supply, especially after the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. Is our city water treatment reliable? You may not get a positive answer now in Lake Jackson, Texas. The residents in Lake Jackson are stocking up on bottled water after the city released...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

September 27, 2020

Giant Rats – Another Reason to Get a Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System

Giant rats have the dangerous potentials of infecting waterbodies with harmful parasites. Install a Waterdrop Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System in your home to filter your feedwater before drinking or cooking with it. Table of Contents Giant rats are threats to humans. Giant rats are more threatening and less friendly to the human population. Also known as Nutrias, these huge rodents appear ordinarily harmless at first glance. However, on a closer, scientific look, they are known to spread parasites to water bodies. And when humans proceed to drink or use the water for creation, it leads to severe human infections....

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

September 06, 2020

Make Your Water Lead-Free With These Proven Tips

How come my water is contaminated with lead? Does it matter if I drink water with a high level of lead? How I can remove it? Waterdrop is here to solve the mystery. Table of Contents We find Lead in drinking water nowadays, and this is due to the Lead plumbing fixtures, pipes, and other faucets used in transporting the water from the source to our homes. Another possible culprit is the use of archaic plumbing system – pipe fittings, welding solder, and plumbing fixtures, especially those made before 1986.  A closer look at the contamination process of tap water...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

September 03, 2020

What Should Be Filtered out of Water?

What organic and inorganic contaminants should be filtered out of water? What are the differences and how are they gonna effect my health? How can I remove them from my tap water? Waterdrop is here to answer your questions. Table of Contents Everyone probably knows that contaminants are present in water. The pesticides, Arsenics, Mercury, and Chlorines, of this world are not entirely new to us. But what most of us do not know is that they belong to two of most confusing types of water contaminant—the organic and inorganic contaminants.  The categorization, according to scientists, is necessary to facilitate...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

August 27, 2020

Does Reverse Osmosis Remove Bacteria and Viruses?

Bacteria and viruses are going inside your body through water! Is bottled water a way to a contaminant-free life? Why is RO the right choice? How does it work? Check out to learn more! If viruses are in your drinking water or the water from your kitchen faucet, they may enter your body through your mouth. Doesn't that sound terrible? After all, we cannot live if we don't drink water. How can we get safe water? Although bottled water is safe, most supermarkets have a limit on how many bottles of water a person can buy. Plus, many people have no...

by Dr. Jonathan Doyle

June 01, 2020

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