More Than an STD: How Hepatitis A Spreads in Water

By Jack Stoudy

Imagine a hidden enemy, one you can’t see with your naked eye, lurking in the very water you drink and the food you eat. Meet hepatitis A, a virus that can turn something as innocent as water into a potential threat. In this article, we’re exploring how hepatitis A spreads in water, as well as…

The Dangers of Drinking Spring Water Straight from the Source

By Jack Stoudy

Imagine a serene forest scene with a babbling brook, sunlight filtering through the leaves, and a crystal-clear spring bubbling up from the earth. It’s a scene straight out of a fairy tale, and the water looks so pure and refreshing that you’re tempted to take a sip. But hold on, because the tale of spring…

Can You Drink Water from a River?

By Jack Stoudy

Imagine yourself on a breathtaking hike, surrounded by nature’s beauty, and suddenly feeling the thirst for a refreshing sip of water. You spot a nearby river, its glistening waters tempting you with a solution to your parched throat. But wait! Can you drink water from a river without any worries? In this article, we’ll embark…

Is Florida Water Toxic?

By Jack Stoudy

Florida is known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant wildlife, and diverse ecosystem. However, when it comes to water quality, certain factors set Florida apart from other states and regions across the United States. Unfortunately, some of these factors can be hazardous to human health, making residents and visitors alike wonder if Florida water is toxic.…

What Happens If You Drink Dirty Water?

By Jack Stoudy

Water is essential for our survival, but not all water is created equal. Drinking dirty water can have serious health consequences, and it’s important to know how to protect yourself and your family from contaminated water sources. What Makes Drinking Water Dirty? Dirty water is any water that contains harmful contaminants such as bacteria, viruses,…

Is Well Water Safe to Drink?

By Jack Stoudy

In the United States, millions of people rely on well water as their primary source of water for drinking, cooking, cleaning, bathing, and more. And while many wells are safe to drink from, there is still a risk of contamination due to a variety of potential contaminants that can be present in well water. It’s…