America's National Wonder: Plastic!? Bottled water corporations are using our parks as a billboard and concession stand for a product that is anything but environmentally friendly. Tell the U.S. National Park Service to tell the bottled water industry to take a hike! By selling and promoting bottled water in our national parks, the bottled water industry is attempting to paint its eco-unfriendly product green. Coca-Cola and other bottled water corporations are using our parks as a billboard and ...[READ MORE]
Stephen Colbert Exposes Nestlé’s Disturbing Desire To Privatize Water In this incredible clip, Stephen Colbert brings attention to a Nestlé chairman’s chilling comments about water not being a human right, but a commodity that should be privatized. Nestlé’s 68-year-old former CEO and current Chairman, Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, says he wants to privatize the water supply because people have a sense of entitlement that causes them to waste copious amounts of water. That all sounds well and good ...[READ MORE]
Drink Water For Life - Your Journey For Better Health ~ by Deanna Delong Drink Water for Life explains why drinking generous amounts of water every day is essential for good health. Water is indispensable to a healthy body . . . and many illnesses may be your body's way of telling you to drink more water. Drink Water for Life is ideal to use in educating people about the health benefits of drinking water. To order a copy of this presentation in DVD (with higher quality definition), the price ...[READ MORE]
OK, I threw this video together..actually it took me about a week to do. But I'm kinda proud of it. I'm very camera shy, so I prefer to do video's where my mug is not showing, but I had alot of fun putting this together...Watch for the "pink" pop ups throughout the video and let me know what you think of it. (did I mention pink is my favorite color?) I did the popups as an after thought to go along with the wagon trail sound track I found and added too. Hope you enjoy!
By The Fluoride Action Network No matter who you are, you can change local fluoride policy. In 2008, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that 72.4 percent of the U.S. population—nearly 200 million people—were using public water systems with fluoridated water. Since this report was published, the CDC’s Oral Health Division has been working non-stop, spending large amounts of taxpayer dollars promoting fluoridation throughout the United States, with the stated goal ...[READ MORE]