Thousands of people every year are affected by breast cancer, either directly or indirectly. According to the Cancer Statistics Center, 255,180 new cases are anticipated during 2017, which are projected to result in some 41,070 deaths from breast cancer across America before the year is out.
Can We Reduce Our Risk Factors?
Despite these statistics, deaths from breast cancer have been decreasing since 1989, largely due to better detection rates through screening, increased awareness and improved methods of treatment.
So what can we do to help our bodies stay as healthy as possible and actively lower the risk of being diagnosed with breast cancer?
Posted by: Rhona Reid On October 19, 2017 12:00 pm
We recently looked at the plastics that we unknowingly drink when we crack open a fresh bottle of water or turn on the tap. America is the world leader in plastic fiber contamination, with a horrifying 94% of nationwide samples testing positive. India and Lebanon are the closest runners-up; but for now, the dubious honor of topping the plastic fiber contamination table belongs to us.
Plastic is Not Fantastic
Plastic fibers are expelled into the air and into our water supply all the time. The problem is that our current methods of treating drinking water are inadequate. That’s not a new fact; horror stories about the problems with America’s water infrastructure are …
Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 5, 2017 7:00 am
Anyone buying a bottle of Poland Spring Water would be pretty sure that they’re drinking exactly what’s advertised. It’s produced by Nestlé – the world’s biggest packaged food manufacturer – so it must be a trustworthy product, right?
Not so, according to a lawsuit against the giant company, filed by 11 plaintiffs in Connecticut this week.
“A colossal fraud perpetrated against American consumers.”
~ Plaintiffs v. NESTLE WATERS NORTH AMERICA, INC.
The reason for the litigation? Nestlé claims that its water comes from eight natural springs in Maine. The claimants say that seven of those springs are in fact, man-made. Instead of the pure spring water conjured up by labels and advertising, …
Are you one of the 63% of people in America worried about the ongoing water crisis? The data from Gallup’s annual Environment poll, which was conducted in March 2017, shows that a large majority of people are concerned about the safety of their drinking water.
Gallup first started tracking polled results regularly in 1999. The findings show that people are more worried about water safety than they have been since 2001. The collective concerns undoubtedly reflect the media spotlight that has unflinchingly shone on America’s water infrastructure problems, widely uncovered as a result of the Flint crisis.
The $1Trillion Problem
It’s no surprise that so many people worry about environmental pollution and …
We all need to drink around 2 liters of water every day to stay properly hydrated. That still applies to anyone with a sedentary lifestyle or sitting at a desk job. But sometimes, our bodies need more.
A Thirst for Fitness!
If you play sports, take an exercise class, go hiking or enjoy any of the fantastic fitness opportunities available to most of us — you need to increase the amount of water you drink.
To be fair, that’s common knowledge. After all, our bodies tell us that we’re thirsty, so we sip some water. But why? What happens inside our body that means we should drink more? …
We learned a little more this week about how lead ended up flowing out the taps in Flint. Researchers at the University of Michigan have released their forensic conclusions on how the crisis took shape.
The “Swiss Cheese” Evidence
Officials had put forward a claim that failure to add anti-corrosion chemicals hadn’t impacted on the eventual contamination of the water. This assertion was undermined by the researchers’ discovery of “a Swiss cheese pattern” in the aging pipework cause by corrosion.
The research team goes on to emphasize the importance of ensuring that anti-corrosion chemicals are used in all of America’s aging water systems to prevent lead-laced water reaching …
We love busting myths. Especially the ones that relate to water ionizers! The wonder of all of the information flowing freely around the internet is that inevitably, myths and inaccuracies start to emerge.
We’ve taken hold of 5 popular myths that seem to crop up regularly, in order to bust them!
Ionized Water is Like Regular Water. Well, why not start with the Big One? We know this myth inside out. Every drop of ionized water from a Tyent Ionizer is rich in minerals, antioxidants and natural hydrogen. Aside from the horror stories about what’s in our tap water, even regular water that doesn’t contain lead or other scary contaminants cannot hold a
A water ionizer is usually a bigger investment than a standard, faucet-mounted water filter, so how do they compare?
What’s In the Water? With a point-of-use water filter, you need to start with your source water and what’s in it. No water filter of this kind is going to remove all organic, chemical and toxic contaminants. You need to know that the type of filter you opt for will take out the worst of what’s in your water.
A Tyent Water Ionizer filter has the same micron level and filtration capabilities as a kidney dialysis machine, removing over 200 contaminants including 99% of lead, and up to 99% …
There’s a lot of competition for your money when it comes to different ways of drinking clean, safe water. Many people are unsure about how clean their regular tap water is. Understandably, they search for an alternative.
Water ionizers might cost more than water pitchers, but does the performance even compare?
Well, let’s see. A water-purifying pitcher is often better than nothing, but honestly? It’s a little like comparing a bicycle with a Ferrari. But why?
How Clean is Your Water?
A top-of-the-range water purifier is capable of slightly improving the quality of your source water and removing some unwanted elements. However, it’s more likely that the less sophisticated filters (that need to …
Why not? I mean, what could go wrong? Well, like most products these days, there are definitely water ionizers that you should avoid!
A water ionizer is a fairly significant purchase for most households, and it’s worth spending a little time making sure you get the right one. So what are the five key points that you must consider before handing over your credit card?
Where is the Water Ionizer Made?
This matters so much. Cheap exports from China and Taiwan are slipping past border controls with fake “lead free” certification stickers on the boxes. Buy from a reputable, traceable company and don’t get blindsided by “bargains” that might put …