10 Ways Water Will Give You Better Skin

Posted by Adrian Lievano on

You wash your face every night. You buy the best night cream money can buy. And if your diet was any healthier, you’d be eating straight out of the garden with a fork and knife. So why is your skin still acting out? Why does it still look so dry and dull?
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Are Water Facilities in U.S. Elementary Schools Safe? Just ASK!

Posted by Adrian Lievano on

School is supposed to be a place you send your child to get an education, to be well looked after, and to thrive. It surely can be that place, but first, you must do your homework, all the way down to the water in U.S. elementary schools.
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4 Ways to Keep Your Family Safe | How to avoid Lead in Drinking Water

Posted by Adrian Lievano on

Ever wonder what's in our water? With all the noise these days, we can never be too sure. I think most of us can agree that we want the best for our loved ones. It's no surprise that families across the United States are outraged by the failure of many public water utilities because of the recent reports of lead and other harmful contaminants. The trickiest part of all of this? Water that is clear may not be safe to drink
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H20 Confessions of a Conscious Parent

Posted by Lauriann Renta on

Water is life. We need it to survive.
 
It’s not that I don’t agree with that. But what I’m most concerned with as a highly conscious parent is the quality of that water that is giving my child life. The saying should read, “Good water is a good life.” Right?
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One-for-One Evolved: The Next Thing in Social Entrepreneurship

Posted by Matthew Lisle on

How can we make the number of people drinking clean water grow sustainably? There are a lot of ways to answer this question, but one particular approach to business-driven philanthropy has gotten a lot of attention in the past decade. Colloquially, it’s “one-for-one.” So what is one-for-one, and would it work for water?
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