• Chlorine Smell is From Urine in the Pool | Health Blog
    According to the CDC, urine and poop in public swimming pools is more common and problematic than you might have imagined.
  • 8/18/2011
    A recent study at the University of Cordoba in Spain found that a group of by-products of chlorine called haloacetic acids (HAAs) was present in the urine of swimmers less than 30 minutes after they emerged from the pool. This dangerous chemical is only allowed in restricted amounts in our drinking water by the Environmental Protection Agency because it has been associated with cancer and birth defects in other research.
  • 1/24/2011
    Contrary to what Dr. Mercola says in his recent article on distilled water, a good water distiller is actually a fine option and will provide the "cleanest" water you can get.  And, if you drink distilled water, you will absolutely want to add quality liquid trace minerals to your water before you drink it. But it is not the only option, and not necessarily the best option. Drinking the right water is too important to leave to chance. It's fundamental to your health.  Read more about how to get the purest drinking water possible.
  • 9/30/2008
    Researchers found that the subjects who had spent the most time in outdoor pools as children had by far the highest incidence of asthma.
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