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Water linked to better health
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18 thoughts on “Water linked to better health”
I always love drinking water, no matter hot (for teas) cold, or room-temperature.
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So, investing in your city’s infrastructure is priceless?
Where my HydroHomies at?
I don’t drink enough water….
No new information here, but it’s always good to encourage healthy habits.
Pro Publica recently released a report saying U.S. water has radiation. Go read it.
No duh. My bad, I just drink beer.
Just drink when you’re thirsty and keep unhealthy liquids like soda to a minimum. You don’t need to sit there and count the damn number of cups you drink.
Honestly, I’ve found counting to 8 to not be a challenge.
Do you have any idea what they put in your drinking water?
They use humans as filters to dispose of toxic waste that is to toxic to bury or sink into the ocean.
What’s next? Are you gonna tell us that smoking cigarettes is bad for your health?
Cigarettes are different because the tobacco industry lied for years about how horrible they are for you, and actually advertised then as healthy. So that research was needed. Even though anybody who’s ever smelled cigarette smoke can figure out within 2 seconds that there’s no way something that smells that toxic can possibly be good for you.
Really? It took 30 years of research to discover that drinking water is beneficial? That’s our tax dollars hard at work.