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Is it OK to drink cloudy tap water?

There’s something offputting about tap water that’s cloudy or milky – it doesn’t invite you to drink it. But is cloudy water actually bad for you? Researchers at Drexel University in the US found a link between cloudy tap water and outbreaks of gastrointestinal illness, even when the cloudiness was within the limits allowed by some cities. The link, however, is not straightforward. The technical term for the level of cloudiness of drinking water is “turbidity”. It is a measure of the amount of light that is bounced off material in a sample of water. The instrument used to measure turbidity is a nephelometer. It measure turbidity in nephelometric turbidity units (NTU). The World Health Organisation says that the turbidity...

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Awesome water health warning

Awesome water Australia was established in 2011 we are the leading brand in water filters. You no longer need to pay massive fees to buy new water bottles for your filter as the awesome water cartridge replaces the need! you can now have fresh hot or cold water with added nutrients. With 60,000 customers wide we are proud to have helped so many Australia families have a healthier lifestyle! unfortunately, businesses have recently Imported fake awesome water products such as filters. They have also illegally used the awesome water name despite our trademark. Even if you cannot buy from our company please do not purchase faulty goods from fake awesome water brands. There are massive health risks in using faulty products. Awesome water...

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New blogs incoming!

This is a quick update to let you know about awesome waters new content! we are posting a video every Tuesday, a blog post-Fridays and some great deals sprinkled throughout the week. if you have any suggestions of things you would like to see, be that,  blogs about awesome water filters, carbon, dirty water, or just the health of everyday Australians. let us know!

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Lithium in tap water could lower dementia risk

People living in areas with high levels of lithium in tap water are 17 per cent less likely to get dementia, according to a large study that suggests the naturally occurring metal could help to prevent mental decline. The findings raise the possibility that lithium could one day be added to drinking water to protect the brain in the same way as fluoride is added to protect teeth. Lithium is already widely available as a psychiatric drug and experts said the findings suggested that it could be used as a treatment to prevent dementia if further trials proved successful. Lithium is known to affect neurological signalling and has long been used as a treatment for conditions such as bipolar disorder....

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