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Understanding Tap Water
Often taken for granted, tap water provides millions of Americans with water for daily activities including drinking, bathing and cooking. There is nothing more essential to a community’s health and vitality than reliable access to safe drinking water. Treatment and disinfection methods have made U.S. tap water one of the safest and healthiest drinking water supplies...
Back Health and Safety
The main support structure of the body, the back is a complex system of strong bones, flexible ligaments, tendons, large muscles and highly–sensitive nerves that allows individuals to move (sit, stand, bend, etc.) and to bear weight. As stress is placed on the back every time that an individual bends over, lifts something heavy...
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS; also referred to as "functional bowel syndrome," "irritable colon," "spastic bowel" and "spastic colon") is a chronic or recurring disorder of the lower gastrointestinal (GI) tract, particularly the large intestine (colon). According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), IBS affects approximately one in five Americans and is more common among...
Knee Health
The knee consists of an extensive network of bones, cartilage, muscles, ligaments and tendons that allow hinge–like movement while providing stability and strength to support the weight of the body. The knees endure a great deal of stress on a daily basis and each part of the knee is subject to disease and injury. Common knee problems include...
The Brain
The health and performance of one’s brain are commonly overlooked in comparison to the health and performance of other parts of the body. The brain is the most complex organ in the human body and plays a critical role in almost everything that an individual does. When the brain is healthy...
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