Shocking as it is, it’s not uncommon for arsenic—which has been used as a poison—to be found in well water supplies.
The truth is, just because your home looks clean, doesn’t mean it’s free of contaminants and hidden health hazards.
At Primo Water, we’re the purrfect people to tell you about why you should be hydrating your four-legged family members with purified drinking water.
We’ve all heard, “don’t drink the water” or “there’s a boil water advisory in effect” at some point in our lives. Been there, done that, not fun.
Health officials began treating drinking water with chlorine as far back as 1908 because of its highly effective disinfectant properties.
The American Association of Pediatrics recommends waiting until your little one is 6 months old to introduce water, whether he is breastfed or formula-fed.
Chromium in tap water has become a big concern, as it may cause health problems if found in amounts above the standard level determined by the EPA.
One lunch box switch you can make immediately: Replace sugary boxed drinks with water.
While outdoor air quality is definitely an environmental health concern, indoor air quality is something we need to be aware of and monitor as well.
Whether you bake bread as a hobbyist or a professional, one thing’s certain: you want to ensure you’re baking with good quality water.
Research from the Environmental Working Group shows that more than 15 million people in at least 27 states have PFOA or PFOS in their tap water.
In addition to aiding circulation, digestion and the elimination of toxins, water also has a starring role in keeping our skin healthy.
For nursing mothers, who produce about a quart of breast milk each day, staying hydrated is even more important.
Chances are pretty good that, if you’ve previously tried a weight loss program, it promoted drinking water as part of a healthy diet.
Is your coffee maker set to have your first cup of the day ready for you as soon as you get out of bed? If so, you’re far from alone.
Wondering what water is best for making baby formula to ensure your baby is consuming clean, healthy water? We highly recommend avoiding tap water and using water that’s been purified.
Bryan Laird takes a stand against tap water every day with us as Primo’s Director of Water Quality and Compliance for the U.S. and Canada.
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You might think keeping your pooch on a nutritious, well-balanced diet is everything your four-legged friend needs for great overall health. However, it’s not.
Water fluoridation – the process of adding fluoride to public water supplies – has been taking place for decades in the United States.
Coffee lovers are well aware that the type of coffee they brew is a determining factor in whether the coffee is great, mediocre or just plain horrible.
Dehydration occurs when your body uses or loses more fluid than you take in. When this happens, your body doesn’t have the amount of water […]
You probably know drinking water is important for your health. But just how much do you need to drink each day? Does the eight 8-ounce glasses […]
Over 70 percent of the human body is made up of water, with every bodily function being dependent on water to perform efficiently and at peak levels.
Even if you’re aware of some of the chemicals that are often found in tap water , you’d most likely be shocked to learn just how many might be present.
Lemons aren’t just the water sidekick — they’re a mighty and tasty addition to making your water taste refreshing and flavorful.
Leading a healthier lifestyle isn’t as hard as it may seem. In fact, it can be as simple as adding a bit of apple cider vinegar to your water once in a while.
Have you heard about reverse osmosis systems for water, but aren’t sure exactly what the process does or the benefits it provides?