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Everpure Water Filters
Depends: Don't know what your are particulary referring to. If you are talking about municipal water, nothing needs to be done. If yoiu have well water, perhaps you need some form of treatment. If you are referring to raw water while camping, specific filters are as good as boiling for safety. One can always boil water but not filter out other agents. You can do both if unsure. Investigate furhter. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes but...: Yes, they are safe. Just make sure you're following the manufacturer's recommendations regarding what water can be filtered (swamp water can only be cleaned so much) and that you're replacing the filter or the bottle on schedule. Using a bottle long after the expiration does away with the safety features. ...Read more
Depends: It depends on the quality of your water. If you're using city water, see if you can get a water quality report. In general we probably don't need to filter water, or buy so much bottled water, but you can probably figure our some specific details on water quality in your community. Good luck. ...Read more
Maybe: Organic food, if truly organic (no pesticides, no fertilizers, compost only for the soil) may have slightly less toxins but regulation is poor in this arena and some organic foods have higher bacterial counts and debris like insect body parts, etc. Most municipal water is pure while bottled water is not standardized and probably is municipal water anyway. Filtering just removes solids, not toxins. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Filtered water: Drinking filtered water is not a bad idea as most tap water contains teeth-strengthening fluoride. Natural spring water with minerals drinking directly might be ok, but not necessarily healthier. Bottled water, however, is controversial as most water bottles are unfortunately not recycled, resulting in billions of water bottles clogging landfills each year, which cannot be easily decomposed. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My local sprouts growers filtered the water through rock and soil and then got salmonella and board of health citation. What is safe?
Salmonella: Salmonella is an organism transmitted by the fecal/oral route. Either the soil was contaminated with feces, or one of the handlers had salmonella in their GI tract and was not using appropriate sanitary techniques. Actually very little in life is completely safe. Minimize risks and be careful. Stay well. ...Read more
It might be a stupid question but what happens when we dilute and filter a tablet in pure water and give it through an intravenous way in emergency?
Reckless action..: ... Which can result in death. Medications in tablet form that are formulated to be taken orally should be swallowed. They may have ingredients that are not meant to be injected directly into your bloodstream, but rather absorbed through your stomach, in a slow manner. If you have an emergency, go to the emergency room of your local hospital. ...Read more
Water filters: Most home water filters do not filter out all contaminants. The indiviual manufacturers will list on their packaging what they filter. In addition, some soluble chemicals, salts, bacteria, and viruses could potentially not be filtered. There are many filtering and water treatment products out there but you need to check with each manufacturer. ...Read more
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