New Study Reveals Higher PFAS Levels in Shellfish, Including Lobster and Shrimp, Compared to Fish

New Study Reveals Higher PFAS Levels in Shellfish, Including Lobster and Shrimp, Compared to Fish

Your Favorite Seafood May Contain Hazardous Chemicals Image: rebeccafondren / Getty Images Shellfish Contain Higher Levels of Hazardous Chemicals A new study conducted by Dartmouth College has found that seafood consumption, while presenting health benefits, can also expose consumers to potentially dangerous contaminants. In the study published in the journal Exposure and Health, researchers surveyed … Read more

Shocking Study: Reusable Water Bottles Can Contain 40,000 Times More Germs Than Toilet Seats

Shocking Study: Reusable Water Bottles Can Contain 40,000 Times More Germs Than Toilet Seats

Jakarta – A recent study revealed reusable water bottles can contain around 40,000 times more germs than toilet seats (in some cases). In fact, pet drinking bowls are 14 times cleaner than everyday water bottles if they are not washed regularly. However, more bacteria doesn’t always mean bad news. In this case, most of the … Read more

Optimizing Exercise Performance and Recovery Through Nutrition: Expert Recommendations

Optimizing Exercise Performance and Recovery Through Nutrition: Expert Recommendations

Amal Allam wrote Tuesday, January 2, 2024 09:00 PM The American College of Sports Medicine revealed that adequate food and fluids should be consumed before, during, and after exercise to help maintain blood glucose concentration during exercise, maximize exercise performance, and improve recovery time. Athletes should drink an adequate amount of fluids during and after … Read more

An overdose of water takes the life of a wonderful mother

An overdose of water takes the life of a wonderful mother

In an unfortunate incident that occurred in 2021, a “wonderful mother” died from a brain injury after drinking too much water. In detail, in 2021, Michelle Whitehead was admitted to a hospital in England.According to the investigation, on the afternoon of May 5, two days after her admission to the hospital, Michelle was drinking excessive … Read more

Tragic Death of UK Woman from Drinking Too Much Water – Psychogenic Polydipsia

Tragic Death of UK Woman from Drinking Too Much Water – Psychogenic Polydipsia

Jakarta – A mother of two in England died from drinking too much water. A woman named Michelle Whitehead (45) died two days after drinking too much water and went into a coma. However, Michelle’s condition was discovered too late by the medical staff at the hospital. This made her husband, Michael Whitehead, blame the … Read more

10-Hour Drinking Water Outage in Areas of Cairo: Atlas, Mahmoudia, Alexandria, Al-Gomhouria, and Cairo

10-Hour Drinking Water Outage in Areas of Cairo: Atlas, Mahmoudia, Alexandria, Al-Gomhouria, and Cairo

Written by Sayed Al-Khalafawy Thursday, October 12, 2023 06:00 AM The areas of “Atlas – Mahmoudia – Alexandria – Al-Gomhouria and Cairo”, and the areas of “Al-Shawaker – Sewage Station – No. 16 of the Yellow Mountain”, in Cairo, are witnessing a 10-hour drinking water outage today, Thursday, due to work to divert a water … Read more

Water Cut-Off in Cairo: Update from the Cairo Drinking Water Company

Water Cut-Off in Cairo: Update from the Cairo Drinking Water Company

Sayed Al-Khalafawy wrote Wednesday, October 11, 2023 11:51 AM The Cairo Drinking Water Company announced that, due to the work of diverting a 1000 mm diameter water line due to sewage works in Al Salam City in Cairo, which will result in water being cut off from all phases of housing (Atlas – Mahmoudia – … Read more

Lack of water – no drinking water in the toilet: NEOS want a new water concept

Lack of water – no drinking water in the toilet: NEOS want a new water concept

The groundwater has drinking water quality in large parts of Lower Austria. An average of 130 liters of water per person per day is consumed in Austria, of which around 34 percent is for showering, washing clothes and dishwashing, 25 percent for flushing the toilet, 14 percent outdoors for pools and plants, for example, and … Read more