Fluoride Officially Classified As A Neurotoxin In World’s Top Medical Journals

Evidence of how negatively fluoride can impact our health has been increasing in rapid pace throughout the past few years. People are hoping that by bringing awareness to this that somehow we can get sodium fluoride removed from the world’s water supply. A big step has been made here recently. In the most prestigious medical journal. One known as The Lancet. fluoride has been at last classified as a neurotoxin one hundred percent. This puts it in the same category as things like lead, ...[READ MORE]

The 25 U.S. Cities with the Worst Drinking Water

WHERE THE CONTAMINANTS ARE FLOWING STRAIGHT FROM THE TAP. By ALEX DANIEL bestlifeonline.com In 2017, it’s not unusual to have a personal preference for water. Maybe you like a light mineral flavor or a mild earthiness. Or maybe you prefer sparkling. Whatever the case, chances are you don’t want anything that includes chemicals or carcinogens—the types of contaminants included in the Environmental Protection Agency’s “Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule.” While most ...[READ MORE]

Nestlé Makes Billions Bottling Water It Pays Nearly Nothing For

The company’s operation in Michigan reveals how it’s dominated the industry by going into economically depressed areas with lax water laws. In rural Mecosta County, Mich., sits a near-windowless facility with a footprint about the size of Buckingham Palace. It’s just one of Nestlé’s roughly 100 bottled water factories in 34 countries around the world. Inside, workers wear hairnets, hard hats, goggles, gloves, and earplugs. Ten production lines snake through the space, funneling local spring ...[READ MORE]

Rural Kentucky Residents Living with Contaminated Water for Years

 Rural Kentucky Residents Living with Contaminated Water for Years Long-standing problems provide contaminated drinking water and few options for residents of eastern Kentucky. In Martin County, Kentucky, residents never know what they're going to get when they turn on their faucets. Sometimes, they get milky water, or water that looks more like beer, according to a Los Angeles Times report. And sometimes, residents of this county located in far eastern Kentucky get ...[READ MORE]


The Detroit NewsPhoto: Dale G. Young / The Detroit News file FLINT, MI, FEB 26, 218 -- The city's former water utilities administrator said Friday the water system generated a huge number of resident complaints about odor and color two months after the city's April 2014 switch to river water. Michael Glasgow testified for the second day in 67th District Court that the Flint water treatment plant did not have the ability to use phosphate coating to keep the pipes from rusting and the water ...[READ MORE]