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  • United States Lowers Fluoride Levels in Dr...(01:18)
  • For the first time in 50 years, public drinking water recommendations are changing. Soon, there will be less fluoride in your drinking water.
  • Date: April 27, 2015
  • Source: 41 Action News
  • Drinking Water Reaches Quito Suburbs for F...(01:19)
  • Local authorities have just brought the water supply network to the southern suburbs of Ecuador. For most of the residents it will be the first time t...
  • Date: February 13, 2015
  • Source: Zoom.in
  • Toxic Algae Scum in Your Drinking Water?(00:47)
  • Could there be toxic algae scum in your drinking water? The odds of that are increasing, according to a new global study.
  • Date: March 04, 2015
  • Source: AMHQ
  • Residents Concerned After Being Warned Of ...(01:24)
  • Marla Lickers runs Marla’s Place in Steelton, Penn. Last week, she got a letter saying there were contaminants in the drinking water. “I was drinkin...
  • Date: March 04, 2015
  • Source: FOX43
  • Bill Gates Drinks Water Made From Poop(01:00)
  • Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is working to help develop clean drinking water for underdeveloped countries. The invention is called the Janicki Omni...
  • Date: January 06, 2015
  • Source: Buzz60
  • The 5 Best Tips for Drinking More Water(01:00)
  • Drinking water is boring, but there are a things you can do to get motivated to stay on top of consumption. Krystin Goodwin (@krystingoodwin) has the ...
  • Date: February 06, 2015
  • Source: Buzz60
  • Government Lowers Suggested Level Of Fluor...(01:08)
  • The US government has, for about 50 years, been recommending that fluoride be added to the public’s drinking water, but just recently announced a chan...
  • Date: April 27, 2015
  • Source: GeoBeats
  • Study Finds More Drugs in Drinking Water(01:07)
  • A new study has found that there are more trace amounts of pharmaceutical drugs in the drinking water than previous research suggests.
  • Date: December 13, 2013
  • Source: GeoBeats