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Health consequences of hard water

When you look at the cities that attract the most new citizens, particularly those in the senior age brackets, Phoenix and Tucson are usually up near the top of the lists. With sunny days, warm temperatures and golf courses galore — both have stunning outdoor environments to be enjoyed throughout the year. Unfortunately, both Phoenix… Read more »


Home Improvement Expert Gary Sullivan on Hard Water

Morton Satin, Vice President, Science and Research, here on behalf of the Salt Institute discusses Hard water and water softening with Gary Sullivan. -Hard water can cause drier skin and possibly wrinkles Hard water leaves mineral deposits on hair making it dry and unmanageable -Hard water leads to higher energy costs because soft water allows… Read more »


Salt essential for summer hydration

Summer is the time for outdoor fun and activities, but as temperatures rise, staying properly hydrated becomes even more important. Even if you are not engaged in strenuous activity, you will sweat more in the heat and humidity. Even mild activity will increase your body temperature and your body’s need to sweat. This is especially… Read more »


NYC Health Department wrong on high-sodium warnings

“This is another example of the government creating policy based on outdated, incorrect sodium guidelines that have been refuted by ten years of research. Research shows Americans already eat within the safe range of sodium consumption and population-wide sodium reduction strategies are unnecessary and could be harmful.” Lori Roman President Salt Institute

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