Tag Archives: Water

Why Hard Water Decreases Heart Attacks

When it comes to heart health, one of the most influential nutrients is magnesium. While required for the healthy function of most cells in your body, magnesium is particularly important for your heart, kidneys and muscles. As far back as 1937, researchers warned that low magnesium levels pose serious risks to the heart, and that… Read More »

Viewpoints: Stopping Surprise Medical Bills Might Be Easier Than It Looks; Waiting To See Whatever Happens Next In Flint Water Cases

Opinion writers weigh in on these health care topics and others. The Hill: Insurers Must Do More To Prevent Surprise Medical Bills At a time of hyper-partisanship, there is one issue around which both Republicans and Democrats have coalesced: protecting health-care patients and ending surprise billing. Since the beginning of the year, the House has… Read More »

Drinking green tea for its health benefits? Stop using tap water and use bottled water only

Drinking green tea for its health benefits? Stop using tap water and use bottled water only, scientists say Made with bottled water, the tea had double antioxidants, study finds But made with tap water, participants thought the tea tasted sweeter EGCG is a natural antioxidant in the tea, hailed by celebrities for weight loss  By… Read More »

12 Ways To Remember To Drink Water

Hydration is key — here are 12 Ways To Remember To Drink Water. Just because it’s cold and we may not be sweating as much while we’re outside, doesn’t mean we can’t get dehydrated in the winter too! Beginning stages of dehydration can make you feel a little lethargic, may cause headaches, cause a feeling… Read More »

Flint official facing involuntary manslaughter charges in water crisis awarded high paying new job

(Photo: Adobe Stock) Although Dr. Eden Wells, Michigan’s chief medical executive, will face a jury trial on charges of involuntary manslaughter, obstruction of justice and lying to a special police agent – all stemming from her handling of Flint’s 2014-15 water crisis – state officials just hired her as an “advisory physician” in the Michigan… Read More »