Kids and teens should get two to three quarts of water per day, via food or drink, research suggests.
June 11, 2015 More than half the young people in a recent study were at least mildly dehydrated — maybe enough to affect energy and concentration. Roughly 25 percent said they never drink water.
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The amount of water to make the bottle could be up to six or seven times what's inside the bottle, according to the Water Footprint Network.
October 30, 2013 The bottled water industry says it uses water far more efficiently than other beverages. But water activists say that few companies in the beverage industry are calculating their total water footprint.
February 12, 2012 Colleges are pulling bottled water off campuses as students argue the products hurt the environment and aren't well regulated. But the industry fired back this week with a YouTube video it hopes will sway students to keep buying bottles of water.
Bottled water goes organic, but how is that even possible?
July 13, 2011 Marketing products as organic may attract customers, but the claim may be a little much for water. A quick Google search and a spin through the Fancy Food Show turn up lots of organic bottled water. It might be time to separate out some popular marketing buzz words from the actual science.
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