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Archive for October, 2014

Water Purification History

Posted on: October 15th, 2014 by admin No Comments


The history of water purification is one that is endlessly fascinating. By studying wider scientific breakthroughs throughout history, you can see how water filtration develops. Initially, filtering water was all about improving the taste. The link between water and disease had not yet been discovered. With the discovery of waterborne diseases, the focus soon shifted to methods of water purification where harmful microbes could be removed from the water supply. Today, technology has moved on so much that through a combination of ultra-fine filters and ion exchange units, people can now enjoy water that is 98-99% pure in their own home. The interactive timeline below charts the history of water purification.


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Eczema Help: Online Resources

Posted on: October 10th, 2014 by admin No Comments


Unless you have direct experience of eczema – living with the condition yourself or seeing someone you care about with it – it is nearly impossible to know quite how debilitating it can be and how many areas of your life it affects. With one in five children in the UK now suffering from eczema, more and more people are starting to see the true impact of this condition. It can also be a long term condition, continuing well into adulthood.

It is particularly distressing for parents to see their child suffering, especially when you feel largely helpless. In this position, you are willing to try anything to ease the condition and reduce any environmental aspects potentially causing ‘flare-ups’.


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