Tagged With Drinking Water

I drank hot lemon water every morning for a month, and now I don't want to stop


Scientists found a new way to get 'forever chemicals' linked to cancer out of our water. They're in the bloodstreams of 99% of Americans.


I toured New York City's largest wastewater-treatment plant, which collects poop from 1 million people. It was stunning.



Birth-control pills could add 10 million doses of hormones to our wastewater every day. Some of that estrogen may wind up in our taps.


An environmental group found arsenic and chromium in tap water in all 50 US states. Here's how to check what's in your taps.


A wealthy California enclave has some of the purest tap water in the country, and it starts out as sewage



A new solar-power device can turn salt water into clean drinking water and produce electricity at the same time


Alkaline water advocates say it helps with weight loss and hydrates better than regular water, but nutritionists aren't buying it


'Forever chemicals' linked to cancer and developmental issues lurk in the blood of almost every American. Here's how to avoid them.


Newark's lead contamination crisis could be worse than Flint's. Residents say the city is handling it all wrong.


New Jersey’s largest city is distributing bottled water — another sign that its water crisis may be mirroring Flint


The FDA found 'forever chemicals' in meat, seafood, and chocolate cake sold in grocery stores. Here's how worried you should be.



Silicon Valley’s largest city is sounding the alarm about a drinking water crisis that no one knows how to fix


8 signs your tap water might be dangerous to drink


California's contaminated drinking water could lead to nearly 15,500 cancer cases over the course of a lifetime. Here's how worried you should be.


11 terrifying things that could be lurking in your tap water



12 cities with the worst tap water in the US


Erin Brockovich is warning about an emerging drinking-water crisis in the US. Here's how she recommends you protect yourself.


Drinking too much water could be surprisingly hazardous to your health


These two designers have created a device that can pull clean drinking water out of thin air