If your grass turns brown… just spray-paint it green? That's what some Californians plagued by the drought are doing because they're sick of seeing the dead grass. Mandatory water restrictions put regular watering out of the question, but all it takes is a little paint to get a golf-course green lawn.Read Full Story
Remember last summer when we all gaily chucked buckets of water over our heads for charity? It was a great collective effort that raised a staggering amount of money for MND charities but, with hindsight, perhaps we should have chosen something other than water…Read Full Story
When the coconut water craze hit, I was pumped to have a new beverage to hydrate with — you know, until I tasted it. Sure, coconut water has fewer calories, less sodium and oodles more potassium than most of the sports drinks we hoover during our workouts, but… well, for some of us it feels like drinking a puddle. A dirty puddle. If you’re like me and can’t get past the flavor of coconut water, there’s a new drink in town that not only tastes better, but is neck-and-neck in the nutrient department: I give you, watermelon water.Read Full Story
You've probably noticed that it's hot. Real hot. This summer the United States is facing the worst drought in decades and more than 60 percent of the country is affected. Whether your area is looking like the dust bowl or not, we can all take steps to conserve water in our homes, starting with the kitchen.Read Full Story
Are you getting the eight or more glasses of water you're supposed to consume each day? Chances are you’re not, and it may be because plain water isn’t appealing. Try flavoring your water with sliced fruits and even vegetables for a refreshing and delicious way to stay hydrated.Read Full Story
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