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Arizona Drinking Water

http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/arizona-water/2017/05/02/arizona-drinking-water-violations-common-report-says/101169862/

Drinking water report

Why you should drink water first thing every day.

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http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2017/03/14/why-you-should-drink-water-first-thing-every-day/99123938/

Some Arizona schools have lead in drinking water

At least 26 Arizona schools have lead in their drinking water above federal guidelines, according to early results of a new statewide testing program.

Source: Some Arizona schools have lead in drinking water

Johnson Water Utilities-Fox 10

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ADEQ issues drinking water warning http://www.fox10phoenix.com/news/arizona-news/221227457-story

Chemicals in US Drinking Water

Contact your local Water Quality Association or give us call so that one of our water specialists can educate you on what our water systems can do to improve your water quality.

http://www.cnn.com/2016/09/20/health/chromium-6-in-drinking-water/index.html

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think: Pediatric Benefits FACT SHEET

headerBOWBecause children have more delicate immune systems than adults, water contaminants pose a more serious threat to the young. Drinking only the highest quality water is one way that parents can contribute to keeping their children healthy, even before they are born. Pregnant women need to be especially careful of the water they drink. Certain levels of some water contaminants such as lead, nitrate and chlorination by-products pose a serious threat to the wellbeing of unborn babies even at low levels that aren’t harmful to older children. Parents with small children should also be conscious of microbiological contaminants like Cryptosporidium and E. coli that are more dangerous to this age group. Children who drink contaminated water can experience malnutrition, dehydration and episodes of diarrhea, all potentially life-threatening conditions for the very young. The whole family can be harmed by Cryptosporidium, a waterborne microscopic parasite that can withstand temperature extremes and chlorination. Contaminated water poses significant health concerns and currently no antibiotics or other medical treatments effectively kill this protozoan. High levels of Crypto passed through filters and were not eliminated by water treatments in Milwaukee in 1993, resulting in the largest documented waterborne disease occurrence in U.S. history. Concerned parents should also make sure their water is free of certain deposits that can be picked up after leaving the treatment center. Harmful contaminants like lead can infiltrate the clean water supply as it travels through aging pipes. Lead is often referred to as the No. 1 environmental health threat to children in the United States, and lead poisoning can have serious lifelong effects that include permanent brain damage. The best way to ensure that water is safe is to have it tested. Kinetico’s authorized dealers offer free water analyses and can tailor treatment systems to an individual’s specific needs. Innovative features like the MACguard® Filter and EverClean® Rinse ensure that users receive only top quality water to help keep families healthy and strong. Because it can produce bio-pure water through reverse osmosis and ultra-filtration, Kinetico’s K5 Drinking Water Station is one of the few certified multibarrier systems on the market that can claim status as a microbiological purifier according to stringent EPA guidelines. In addition to removing more contaminants than any other system on the market today, it is more than 99.999 percent effective at removing protozoa and bacteria like Cryptosporidium and E. coli to ensure water is free of contaminants that can make children sick.
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CONTACTS MEDIA Karen Puzder, Kinetico Incorporated

Your kids probably aren’t drinking enough of this

(CNN)There’s one simple liquid that has a huge effect on how well your family feels today: water.

More than half of children and teenagers in the United States might not be properly hydrated, according to a nationwide study from the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. In fact, 54.5% of the students in the study had urine concentrations that qualified them as below their minimum daily water intake.  To read the full article:

http://www.cnn.com/2015/06/15/health/kids-teens-water-dehydration-summer/