STUDY: 'Drink Plenty Of Fluids When Sick' May Not Always Be The Best AdviceDrinking plenty of fluids may not necessarily be the right move when battling an illness, medical researchers say.
NJ University To Test Water After Finding Elevated Lead LevelsThe Glassboro university says the review will help it create a plan to address the affected buildings.
Maple Shade Residents Want Answers On Discolored WaterResidents in Maple Shade, Burlington County want some answers about the cloudy water coming out of their faucets.
PA Family Sues Navy, Blaming It For Contaminated Drinking WaterA Pennsylvania family is suing the Navy, alleging their drinking water has been tainted by firefighting foams once used at two former bases in suburban Philadelphia.
School District Of Philadelphia Retesting Drinking Water For Lead In 40 School SampleAll of the drinking water outlets will be tested to ensure they comply with guidelines.
Horsham Looks For Volunteers As Officials Prep For More Water Quality TestsIt's part of a plan to address chemicals found in the water supply from Willow Grove Naval Air Base.
Actor Mark Ruffalo Visits Tookany Creek On Mission To Improve America's WaterActor and water quality advocate Mark Ruffalo was in the area on Monday to learn about the efforts to protect and restore clean water.
Lawmakers Call For Lead Testing In All New Jersey SchoolsThey say the legislation would allocate $3 million to perform the water tests.
Public Hearing Held To Ensure Philadelphia Has Safe Drinking WaterThe water crisis in Flint, MI is raising concerns about the safety of Philadelphia's drinking water.
Bucks County Company's Ad Campaign Is Alarming ResidentsA Bucks County water company’s marketing campaign is getting attention for all the wrong reasons.
Congressmen Question Water Safety Near Closed Naval BasesSeveral congressmen are raising concerns about the safety of drinking water near two former U.S. Navy bases in suburban Philadelphia.
Philadelphia Residents Could Face Water Rate HikeThe city’s water department wants to increase rates by about 12 percent over the next two years.