Yes, it’s the poison we hear about in murder mysteries, it’s part of the famed rat poison, it is as scary as it sounds: arsenic. A naturally occurring metalloid in rocks and in the earth’s crust,..
According to a breaking ABC News article by Julia Jacobo, humans literally can’t stop eating plastic. And, a new report by the World Wildlife Fund has indicated just how regularly it occurs in..
If America’s population decline isn’t already alarming to you, then try this on for size: its decline is actually making our public water supplies riskier than they already are. This poses a..
There’s a lot of emphasis on our public water itself here in America, and rightly so, given that the blood of children and adults alike is testing positive for both lead and PFAS. And, given that..
Perhaps you celebrate National Pretzel Day or National Bike Month, but move over for the next celebration in town: National Water Quality Month. It might not sound as sexy, but this month of..
Single-use plastic bottles, that is. Because according to a couple brand-new reports, humans are purchasing one million plastic bottles every minute globally. And, 91% of them are never recycled...
The toxic, synthetic per- and polyfluoroalkyl contaminants in drinking water that have wreaked havoc on communities across the country have gotten a scary new update. According to a new ..
According to a new study in the peer-reviewed journal, Environmental Health, cancer cases in California could increase to over 15,000 in 70 years. The culprit? You guessed it. California’s toxic..
Like a slew of other U.S. states in 2019, Maine does not require public schools to test their water for concentrations of lead. But Lillian Sherburne didn’t know that when she decided to have her..
While other locations all over the country have ample water supplies, like those nearest the Mississippi River, states like California struggle to have water at all. Climate change is making it..
The very industry keeping Iowa afloat in 2019 might be contributing to the downfall of its communities statewide. Because where there’s a surplus of agriculture, there’s bound to be some sort of..
Say it with me—polyfluoroalkyl. It’s a new harmful contaminant being studied by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and it’s the newest harmful contaminate that might be in..
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