Water is contaminated by numerous different chemicals; there is not one simple treatment or approach to providing healthy drinking water. Save the Water™ (STW™) will expand research and identification of toxic chemicals in water beyond current U.S. governmental regulations.
Growing population, industrialization, drought and growing demand are the causes for the world’s dwindling water supply that have created a global crisis. One sixth of the world’s population does not have access to clean drinking water. More than 2 million people, most of them children, die each year from water-borne diseases. People in developing countries, […]
The health effects of drinking contaminated water is a subject of immense complexities due to the variety and concentrations of the contaminants encountered in the water that we drink. The human body is approximately 70% water and all functions of the body depend on the fluid to transport vital nutrients to the various organs. These […]
Australia Food News and important findings around BpA. A valuable education material for those who want to study further into BpA, its impacts on health, etc.
Professor Richard Sharpe is a leading expert on male reproductive health, directing a research team at the UK’s Medical Research Council (MRC) Centre for Reproductive Health at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. An interview with Prof.Sharpe gives valuable insights and understanding on BPA.
As we left the Ben Gurion-Tel Aviv airport, my colleagues and I excitedly scanned the new landscape that surrounded us. Our first impression was how incredibly familiar it felt to California. A field of orange trees, perfect rows of irrigated crops, a salty breeze from the Mediterranean Sea. Maybe we were just hyper-aware of our surroundings, looking to find parallels between our home and this new region, but the reality is that Israel and California share a striking similarity in their physical environments and, subsequently, their challenges to manage water resources.
Washington state’s 2010 ban on the use of the chemical BPA in baby bottles, children’s cups and sports bottles appears to be working. The Department of Ecology recently tested a number of these products on retail shelves in Washington and found that BPA has nearly disappeared.
DURHAM, N.C. — Environmental exposure to bisphenol A (BPA), a widespread chemical found in plastics and resins, may suppress a gene vital to nerve cell function and to the development of the central nervous system, according to a study led by researchers at Duke Medicine.
This week my research team and I published a new study on recent (2003-2009) water losses in Turkey, Syria, Iraq and Iran. We used data from a NASA satellite mission called GRACE (short for Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment) that essentially weighs regional water storage changes from space. The picture is not a pretty one.
Opponents of expanding the underground natural gas storage facility under Lake Peigneur asked state regulators on Wednesday to carefully review what they argue has the potential to become another disaster on the scale of the growing sinkhole in Assumption Parish.
SYDNEY Water has denied covering up the cause of contaminated drinking water in Sydney’s south, saying it has provided test results to the public.