Optimal Health Means Drinking Pure, Clean Water

Optimal Health Means Drinking Pure, Clean Water






Optimal Health Means Drinking Pure, Clean Water There is no doubt we all need pure clean water for optimal health. Water and proper hydration are particularly important for athletes and all who exercises. During  exercise times or other strenuous activities, the human body needs plenty of pure, clean water. When you sweats out important electrolytes […]






China – Clean Energy Expo

China – Clean Energy Expo






China – Clean Energy Expo The 3rd China-CEEC Investment and Trade Expo (China-CEEC Expo) will be held in Ningbo, Zhejiang province from June 8 to 12, along with the 19th China Zhejiang Investment & Trade Symposium and the 16th China International Consumer Goods Fair. The first comprehensive exposition themed on investment and trade between China […]






The Energy Infrastructure Needed to Power Devices We Depend on is Massive

The Energy Infrastructure Needed to Power Devices We Depend on is Massive






The Energy Infrastructure Needed to Power Devices We Depend on is Massive $URA, $GE, $HTHIY, $UUUU, $SYHBF Human behavior is often influenced by new technologies. Go to a local mall or sit on subway car and see how many people are glued to their cellphones and tablets. Certainly advances in technology have, in many cases, […]






Staying Healthy on a Cruise Vacation

Staying Healthy on a Cruise Vacation






Staying Healthy on a Cruise Vacation The Big Q: Booked on or planning a Cruise? They are a great, relaxing, do not-worry-about-a-thing kind of vacation that millions of Americans love and enjoy. And with about 30 embarkation points across the nation, chances are 1 is within easy reach. At most, a cruise port is just […]






The Best & Worst US Cities for Air Pollution

The Best & Worst US Cities for Air Pollution






The Best & Worst US Cities for Air Pollution Last month the American Lung Association published its”State of the Air” report. The results were more positive than the report released in Y 2014, more than 50% of Americans continue to live in areas where they are exposed to unhealthy levels of air pollutants. The “State […]






Earth Day Proves The Value of Water And More

Earth Day Proves The Value of Water And More






Earth Day Proves The Value of Water And More April 22, 2016 Ecological principles guide economic strategies to fit 21st Century conditions. Mekong River floodwaters force Vietnamese farmers to erect barricades to protect their fields. From 1980 to 2014, 41 percent of all the economic losses globally, and 27 percent of the fatalities, were from […]