Chlorine, of course, is put in water to disinfect it, to kill bacteria and viruses that cause things like Typhoid and Cholera, and it does an OK job of that....
Dr. Ralph explains how the chlorine in your tap water may be causing other problems.
In 1908, Jersey City and Chicago became the first U.S. cities to use chlorine to help provide safe drinking water. This life saving technology was rapidly ad...
A brief overview of drinking water, home treatment systems, and bottled water. keywords: drinking water fluoride chlorine mineral bottled carbon osmosis dist...
Chlorine is in 100% of municipal (city) tap water in the United States. About 22% of water districts use chloramine, a corrosive combination of chlorine and ...
Chlorine is a carcinogen that is added to drinking water in many cities around the world along with Fluoride and other chemicals. Chlorine is allegedly added...
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com talks about removing the chlorine from your irrigation water to promote larger and faster root growth, which trans...
See http://www.thenaturalguide.com/pure-water.htm for more info. Based on Chapter 1 from The Beginners Guide to Natural Living by Larry Cook, host Zoe Simpso...
After seeing this you might feel better about drinking and cooking with your swimming pool water.
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