Health Tip: How to Filter Your Water
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To ensure that it's cleaner
By Diana Kohnle
(HealthDay News) -- Just because you can't see or necessarily taste contaminated water doesn't mean there isn't a health concern.
To obtain cleaner drinking water, the Environmental Working Group suggests:
- Research possible contaminants in the local water supply.
- Look for a filter that removes the contaminants in your supply, and that meets your budget.
- To drink tap water, opt for a reusable water bottle, made of stainless steel or BPA-free plastic.
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