Bluewater swim star Adam Paulsson gears for his next huge challenge, the European Swim Championships in Copenhagen, Denmark
News • Dec 08, 2017 00:58 EST
Adam Paulsson, Bluewaters samarbetspartner, gör sig nu redo för hans nästa stora utmaning, de Europeiska Mästerskapen i simning
News • Dec 08, 2017 00:43 EST
News • Nov 16, 2017 03:02 EST
Endast en vecka efter att Bluewater signerade ett samarbetsavtal med svenska elitsimmaren Adam Paulsson, kammade den 22-åriga simstjärnan hem sju medaljer, varav två guld, på sim-SM förra veckan.
News • Nov 13, 2017 08:21 EST
Just one week after Bluewater signed a partnership deal with top Swedish swimmer Adam Paulsson, the 22-year old swim star powered through the pool to take seven medals in Sweden’s National Swim Championship last weekend, including two gold medals.
News • Dec 27, 2016 04:50 EST
Could cooking in chloraminated water be harmful to human health? A study by scientists in Hong Kong and China suggests that cooking with chloraminated water and table salt could cause potentially harmful toxins in our food.
News • Nov 06, 2016 07:10 EST
Microplastics in our oceans and their impact on marine and human life are an environmental problem of global proportions, says Bluewater, a world leader in residential water purification. But in response to new research from Norway, Bluewater warns that microplastics are now also being found in sewage sludge used to fertilize soils for growing food for human consumption.
Bluewater explains why pregnant moms and young babies should protect themselves when bathing or showering against waterborne health threats
News • Oct 16, 2016 03:58 EDT
Bluewater provides some hints for loving parent who want to ensure the tap water mom or baby are using to bathe or shower in is as clean as nature intended.
News • Oct 10, 2016 05:46 EDT
As the world marks World Obesity Day on Tuesday, a new study by the World Obesity Federation says that up to 268 million children aged 5 - 17 may be overweight by 2025, with as many as 98 million falling into the obese category. But drinking water could help them battle putting on the pounds and kilos, according to another recent study.
News • Apr 17, 2016 06:48 EDT
Drinking more tap water may help people who want to control their weight or reduce their intakes of sugar, sodium and saturated fat.