drinking water

Wellness Lies

Hydrogen Water Isn't Better Water

Experts confirm what we already expected: Adding molecules to H2O doesn't make it a cure-all.
Tracey Duncan
1.30.19
Photos

This Is What a City Without Drinking Water Looks Like

A dying river and a legal dispute between two states have left the residents of Delhi water-strapped for years.
Vijay Pandey
6.5.18
bottled water

We Keep Buying Bottled Water Because We Fear Death

Ads for bottled water make it seem safer and purer than normal tap water, researchers say.
Stephen Leahy
2.2.18
Livable Planet

844 Million People Around the World Can't Access Clean Drinking Water

Here are the most effective organizations fighting for clean water worldwide.
Jonathan Parks-Ramage
11.16.17
Science

Don’t Let That Viral Drinking Water Database Scare You

The Environmental Working Group’s database is designed to instill fear.
Louise Matsakis
7.28.17
oil spills

Magnetic Nanoparticles Will Help Clean Oil Spills

In the future, this could also be used to remove lead from drinking water.
Lisa Cumming
6.11.17
Impact Water

How Public Is Your Water?

The power struggle is on.
Molly Bangs
5.3.17
Water, Water, Everywhere

This Solar-Powered Device Sucks Drinking Water Out of Thin Air

This could benefit people in arid climates and water-starved regions.
Lisa Cumming
4.13.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

A Town in Canada Had Hot Pink Water Coming Out of Its Faucets

Local officials said the water was fine to drink, but no one would blame the citizens for not wanting to brew coffee with the Pepto-tinted liquid.
Brian Moylan
3.8.17
Trump

Can Trump Even Build the DAPL During a Hiring Freeze?

You played yourself, dude.
Sarah Emerson
1.25.17
Washington

Lead Contaminated Drinking Water Is Much More Prevalent Than You Think

Three thousand communities in the US have four times the amount of lead in their water as Flint—partly because of a misunderstood law.
Grennan Milliken
12.20.16
Health

Doctors Say Drinking Too Much Water Can Be Dangerous

Advising patients to "stay hydrated" when ill could actually make things worse, according to King’s College Hospital doctors.
Phoebe Hurst
12.2.16
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