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  • Flooding Concerns in Baltimore
    Flooding Concerns in Baltimore
    The city of Baltimore located on the Inner Harbor of the Patapsco River is a city that has grown up around this body of water. However, this source of economic power can have tremendous destructive power when rising up, because of a bad storm....
  • Drinking water during exercise
    Too much water can be dangerous
    Legendary football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant was known in his sport’s circles for conducting brutally tough practices. This included an infamous training camp in the 1950s, while at Texas A&M, in which he did not let his...
  • Water
    4 Quick Tricks to Drink More WATER
    4 Quick Tricks to Get You Drinking More WaterMost of us know that we should drink at least 8 eight-ounce glasses of water per day as part of our good health strategy. Based on the weather, physical activity and if pregnant or not, you should drink...
  • Water shortage in California
    Water shortage in California
    Pregnant and wondering what will the future be like for you and your baby- to -be. Summer months are days ahead and despite a few drops of rain here and there. We are still having a very severe drought.Water is the cooling factor for those hot...
  • Water bottles to donate
    Mind your manners in the heat: 7 places to pass out water when the mercury rises
    As the summer temperatures blanket us in heat and humidity, relief is relatively easy to find in your home, in your car, or even in a store; however, there are people in your neighborhood that are sweltering with little hope of relief because...
  • Carnival bans plastic bottles on board
    Carnival bans plastic bottles on board
    If you like to bring your own bottled water when cruising on Carnival, you may not be able to do this money saver again. Beginning July 9, 2015 Carnival will no longer allow passengers to bring water or any plastic bottled beverage on board. Non...
  • Water
    Carnival Cruise Line nixes bottled beverages from carry-aboard list
    Carnival Cruise Line announced a new policy that prohibits guests from bringing water, sodas and other non-alcoholic beverages onboard that are packaged in bottles. The new policy takes effect July 9.The line will continue to allow up to 12...
  • Rain
    "Rain: A Natural and Cultural History"--A Review
    Rain is elemental, mysterious, precious, destructive.Rain: A Natural and Cultural History, by Cynthia Barnett, begins with the history of the torrents that filled the oceans, four billion years ago, and how it all built up to climate change. It...
  • California drought making reuse of sewage water necessary
    California drought making reuse of sewage water necessary
    California and parts of the West are in the grips of record-shattering drought. Reservoirs have dried up; tens of thousands of acres of farm land are fallow; and a civil war has broken out between nut growers and other farmers over water rights....
  • Denver Water Blog and Jay-Z
    Denver Water Blog writes open letter to Jay Z after he says 'water is free'
    Back in March, Jay Z gave an interview to the New York Times, talkingabout the music streaming service, Tidal. During the interview, Jay made a statement discussing how water is free, but music costs money. It seems as if the rap mogul is a little...
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    Portable potable:The Welly Bottle
    A couple weeks back, a buddy of mine asked me if I knew of any good filter bottles to use for hiking. Since I am known as the product guy around the office, this sort of thing happens all the time. Usually, I can spout off a half dozen product...
  • Wasting Water
    Stage Two Water Alert Is In Effect
    The City of La Palma is on a Stage Two Water Alert and will be enforcing the State Emergency regulations. The action was approved at the council’s recent meeting.There are new restrictions as to when residents can water their yards, wash...
  • 10 anti-aging benefits of water
    10 anti-aging benefits of water
    We all know that water is an extremely important nutrient for survival. But besides keeping us alive or just quenching our thirst, it can do a number of things in our bodies to help fight the aging process.Many experts say the average person...
  •  California Gov. Jerry Brown
    Bureaucracy and litigation stymies desalination in California
    The Wall Street Journal on Friday described how California’s water shortages have been exacerbated by environmental regulation, bureaucratic foot-dragging, and endless litigation. These conditions have held up the construction of...
  • Crystal meth
    Mother places meth-bong sippy cup in son's diaper bag: Charged with assault
    Amber Alline Ingersoll dropped her son off at his grandmother’s home on October 17, 2014. His diaper bag held a sippy cup inside, which is nothing out of the ordinary when you’re a mother of a 13-month-old child. This was not a regular...
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