A French study conducted conducted by a team of researchers at the University of Grenoble in France found that people living in areas with high concentrations of aluminum in the water were significantly more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease than those living in areas with lower concentrations of the metal. …Read more »
Most water contains naturally occurring mineral salts, including sodium, chloride, magnesium sulfate and sodium sulfate. In the right concentration, these salts are beneficial for the body. Plus they help give water flavor. But if your drinking water tastes salty it could be a sign of too high a concentration of sodium, chloride, or sulfates.
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A sudden significant change the pH value of your drinking water could be an indication pollutants or unwanted chemicals are present. Chemicals, minerals, pollutants, soil or bedrock composition, and other contaminants can interact with water to create an imbalance, either high or low. If this happens to your water, get your tested for contaminants. Your water could be unsafe to drink. …Read more »
Many well water contaminants have no taste, odor, or color. Only a water quality test can detect them. You can protect the health and safety of your family with Top 50 Water Quality Well Water quality Test. …Read more »
Is your well water is undrinkable because it is contaminated with toxic materials such as arsenic, salt, bacteria or heavy metals? Reverse Osmosis is a way to get your drinking water back.
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Hard water is not a health hazard. In fact, it may have moderate health benefits. However, in both commercial and domestic settings, hard water can cause problems. If see chalky mineral stains on your water fixtures, on your glasses and cookware, and in your shower and tub, it’s likely you have hard water. …Read more »
Aluminum has drawn attention in recent years due to a number of studies linking chronic aluminum exposure to the development of nervous system disorders. Aluminum is the Earth’s the third most common element and we are all exposed to it to some degree. At low levels, aluminum exposure is likely not harmful to your health. But high aluminum levels in water can be a health concern. …Read more »
That bleachy taste and smell in city water comes from chlorine. Yech! It can take a toll on your hair and skin and can be even worse for your fish! What can you do? …Read more »
Hydrogen sulfide gas is colorless but it is certainly -not- odorless or tasteless. That musty, swampy smell and taste in your water is probably caused by hydrogen sulfide. It can be awful but you don’t have to live with it. …Read more »
Iron in drinking water is generally not a health risk but it can certainly be unpleasant! And it can be a real bother. If you suspect excess iron in your drinking water, this is the place to start. …Read more »