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There are many ways for you to teach your kids how to save water.  Teaching them to turn off the water while brushing their teeth and shortening their shower times are good examples of conserving water. “You use water every day at home. Brushing your teeth,...

Staying Hydrated is Important to Your Health Proper hydration is always important, but during exercise, it’s essential for maximal energy and endurance. If water lost through sweating is not replaced, fatigue can develop, and energy levels will decrease. In addition to improving athletic or exercise performance,...

Should I Buy a Waterboy If I'm Moving Soon? Purchasing a whole house water purification system, like a Waterboy, is an investment in your health and in the quality of the water that is a part of almost every aspect of your life. It cleans the...

Why Does my Water Smell Funky? We’re so used to hearing adjectives like “clear,” “pure,” and “clean” applied to water that it’s natural to assume that water won’t smell when we fill up a glass from the faucet. However, that isn’t always the case, especially if...

Drinking Water for Weight Loss - New Years Resolutions The exact amount of water you need every day varies depending on your gender, current weight, activity level and current state of health. Usually women need about nine 8-ounce cups of liquids daily, while men require 13...

If you’ve ever washed your face and felt a tacky residue on your skin afterward, you are likely feeling the after-effects of hard water. While having hard water in your home isn’t harmful to your health, it can wreak havoc on your skin and take...

In 1991, the San Diego region was 95% reliant on a single supplier of imported water — the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD). This made the region extremely vulnerable to water supply shortages. That year, an ongoing drought forced MWD to cut deliveries...