If water is “no big deal” then why do we die so fast without it?

Medically speaking, most doctors agree that healthy humans can go up to eight weeks without food as long as they have plenty of water. How long can you go without water? Assuming you’re in reasonable shape and in ideal conditions — that is, not in the heat or cold and not exerting yourself, a human can…

Who Pooped in the Water?

I was in the real estate business for many years so I’m very familiar with E.coli contamination in wells.  The source of E.coli is feces from humans (and other mammals) so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that E.coli is often found in rural wells.  After all, what is on the ground surface will eventually…

“How to Kill Germs on Surfaces”…Top Internet Search!

Whether you’re worried about a potentially deadly virus like Ebola or not, you need to avoid the germiest surfaces on the planet to avoid even a common cold or the flu.   Here are the top 5 germiest surfaces to avoid: 1.  Grocery store carts 2.  Children’s playgrounds 3.  Sinks in public restrooms (and you…

12 Million Kids In The USA With Asthma? What’s Going On????

When my kids were young it was rare to see a child hauling around an inhaler or needing a time- out for a Nebulizer treatment.   Today it’s reported that 2 in every 10 kids are being treated for asthma. What in the world is going on???? I don’t doubt that asthma is a real…

Experts Blame Dehydration for Stroke Damage? It’s About Time!

Headlines in an article published by Everyday Health reads – “Dehydration Leads to Greater Stroke Damage”.  More accurately it should read  “Dehydration Leads to Greater Stroke Risk“.  Dehydration is your enemy and it’s time to give it the blame that it deserves. The human brain is 85% water and the blood is 90% water.  When the body…