Forget juice cleanses, the only liquid your body really needs is a nice tall glass of H2O.
Article by Sandra Gordon, Parents Magazine
It fends off dehydration, helps regulate weight, and even prevents cavities. Here’s how to make sure your child chugs enough of the wet stuff.
Article by Georgina Berbari, Elite Daily
on HEALTHY HABITS
Sixty percent of your body is made up of water. Which basically means you, and I, and every other human in the world, are all just giant cucumbers with anxiety. I don’t know about you, but I’m actually totally down with being a delicious veggie, anxiety and all.
While some people might argue that it’s silly to spend money on something you can get for free, buying bottled water actually has its benefits.
“YOU CAN COUNT ON BOTTLED WATER WHEN IT COMES TO RELIABLE, SAFE, AND CONSISTENT QUALITY.”
When it comes to quenching your thirst, nothing does it better than convenient, healthy, safe, zero calorie bottled water. It’s the smart beverage choice. When looking to make healthy lifestyle choices, one of the simplest changes you can make is to drink water instead of less-healthy sugary beverages.
Two Wilson companies will add several new full-time jobs each, a combined investment of more than $6 million, according to officials.
That announcement came after Jennifer Lantz, Wilson Economic Development executive director, formally asked county commissioners Monday evening for a public hearing regarding incentive packages for Le Bleu water and United Tobacco Co.
HENDERSON – The City of Henderson and the Franklin County Public Utilities Department on Tuesday were ordering customers to boil their water before drinking it or using it to cook or make ice.
The county agency gets its water from Henderson, and that system has low pressure because of problems with pumps at the Kerr Lake Regional Water Plant, the city said in a statement posted on its website.
The problem began on Monday, officials said.
Article by Vince Winkel, WHQR
The StarNews has broken a story about a potentially-cancer-causing chemical in southeastern North Carolina’s drinking water supply. According to a piece published by Vaughan Hagerty at starnewsonline.com, a chemical replacement for a key ingredient in Teflon linked to cancer and a host of other ailments has been found in the drinking water system of the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority.