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A wealthy California enclave has some of the purest tap water in the country, and it starts out as sewage
Orange County tap water, which is filtered sewage, is "as clean as water can be," Seth Siegel writes in his new book, "Troubled Water." Here's how.
A new solar-power device can turn salt water into clean drinking water and produce electricity at the same time
The technology could turn salt water into drinking water in drought-prone areas, all while generating renewable energy.
Bottled water from major brands like Aquafina, Nestle, and Dasani contains tiny plastic particles, and evidence suggests they’re major contribut...
Bottled water drinkers sip down lots of tiny bits of plastic. A fresh report from the World Health Organization suggests it's a major source of trash.
Alkaline water advocates say it helps with weight loss and hydrates better than regular water, but nutritionists aren’t buying it
Alkaline water has a higher PH than regular water, but research suggests that doesn't mean much to your body.
‘Forever chemicals’ linked to cancer and developmental issues lurk in the blood of almost every American. Here’s how to avoid them.
Most humans are exposed to PFAS through food and water, but the chemicals have also been found in clothing and cosmetics.
Newark’s lead contamination crisis could be worse than Flint’s. Residents say the city is handling it all wrong.
Tests have found elevated levels of lead in drinking water in Newark, New Jersey, due to corroding lead pipes.
New Jersey’s largest city is distributing bottled water — another sign that its water crisis may be mirroring Flint
The EPA warned residents on Friday that water filters distributed by the city "may not be reliably effective" at removing lead.
Common contaminants include lead, which can produce permanent brain damage in children, and PFOA, which has been linked to cancer.
The FDA found ‘forever chemicals’ in meat, seafood, and chocolate cake sold in grocery stores. Here’s how worried you should be.
The toxic chemicals in question, known as PFAS, have been associated with cancer, liver damage, and developmental issues.
Silicon Valley’s largest city is sounding the alarm about a drinking water crisis that no one knows how to fix
Drought and sea level rise could threaten San Jose's drinking water.