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Millions of Americans drink potentially unsafe tap water.
How does your county stack up?
In any given year from 1982 to 2015, somewhere between 9 million and 45 million Americans got their drinking water from a source that was in violation of the Safe Drinking Water Act...
ScienceMag.org • 4 min read
America’s Tap Water: Too Much Contamination...
If you live in the U.S., there is a nearly 1-in-4 chance your tap water is unsafe to drink or has not been properly monitored for contaminants.
In 2015, nearly 77 million Americans lived in places where the water systems were in some violation of safety regulations, including the 1974 Safe Drinking Water Act...
New York Times • 5 min read
We can’t assume our water is safe to drink.
One-fourth of Americans drink water from systems that don’t meet safety standards.
I take for granted that the water from our kitchen tap is clean and safe. In fact, that’s what most Americans assume. But should we?
National Geographic • 5 min read
6 Reasons You're Getting Sick Traveling Abroad
Afraid of getting sick while traveling to another country? You’re not alone.
How many times have you heard the phrase: “Don’t drink the tap water!” when prepping for an international trip? This warning does not go unwarranted...
Sierra Scolaro • 3 min read
Drinking Water Safety for Travelers
Nothing ruins a good trip like getting sick — and we’re not talking about a few extra bathroom stops.
Contaminated drinking water is one of the leading sources of health problems for travelers, and can cause anything from mild gastrointestinal distress to...
Smarter Travel Media • 5 min read