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Protect the source to keep fish PFAS free

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Protect the source to keep fish PFAS free
A recent report from the Environmental Working Group underscores the importance of protecting source water.
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| Categories: | Tags: PFAS, fish, source, water, protect, perfluoroalkyl substances, polyfluoroalkyl substances, EPA, PFOS, public, health | View Count: (1006) | Bookmark and Share
California reservoirs simultaneously navigating a drought and flooding
Massive storms over a few weeks have led to extreme flooding, yet California remains in an historic drought, which has prompted experts to explore ways to better manage floodwaters.
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| Categories: | Tags: Folsom Lake, Lake Mendocino, California, water, conservation, drought, climate change, storage, NPR, global warming, storms, water loss, flood | View Count: (867) | Bookmark and Share
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The real fountain of youth?

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The real fountain of youth?
The National Institutes of Health recently published a new study that found that drinking enough water leads to “better biological aging and reduced risk of both chronic disease and premature death.”
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| Categories: | Tags: fountain, youth, aging, health, benefits, drinking, National Institute of Health, study, disease, sodium | View Count: (816) | Bookmark and Share