As public fear of water shortages looms, it is clear that we must learn to manage water supplies responsibly. Our recent interview with Paul Connett of the Fluoride Action Network educated us about the risks and results of water fluoridation. But fluoride isn’t the only compound added to our municipal water supplies; what other contaminants exist in our water, and what can we do about them? Timothy Hickey is the founder of Friends of Water, an organization dedicated to saving, filtering, and celebrating water. In this interview, we discuss the difference between chlorine and chloramine, the health risks associated with chemical additives in water supplies, the various categories of contaminants, and available products for treating and filtering water. Join us with Timothy Hickey as we give this vital natural resource the attention it deserves.
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After the Atomic bomb dropped in Nagasaki in 1945, one hospital near the drop zone had many nurse and doctors, they got all kinds of patients came in, one doctor told all nurses and other doctors to eat Miso Soup with Sea salt and Sea weeds, and brown rice and some pickles every day for own protection against Radiation. Whoever had this doctor’s advice, they did not have any side effect from Radiation. This doctor said Enzyme is important against Radiation.