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Archive by tag: CDCReturn
07

Tap water is for drinking, not inhaling

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A tragic event in Seattle is a reminder that tap water is not intended to be inhaled through the nose, even if it is run through home treatment devices.
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The media is reporting that brain-eating amoeba, also known as Naegleria fowleri, was discovered in two water systems in Louisiana.
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Are you drinking enough water?

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Summer is here and that means so is the heat. Now is an important time to make sure you are getting enough water to avoid dehydration and exhaustion.
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