August 2012 News

Study Finds Hydraid® BioSand Water Filter Achieves Significant Reduction in Waterborne Disease

Study Finds Hydraid® BioSand Water Filter Achieves Significant Reduction in Waterborne Disease

Triple Quest global distributor of the Hydraid® BioSand Water Filter, today announced that an extensive field study conducted in rural Cambodia by researchers at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and Georgia State University has found that the Hydraid® filter significantly improves water quality and reduces diarrheal disease, one of the leading causes of death in the developing world.

Managing migranes

Managing migranes

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – 18 million American women suffer from migraine headaches according to the National Headache Foundation, and migraines affect women three times more often than men. Our Ask the Expert for Behavioral Health Doctor Timothy Royer from Neurocore shares how they can help. Medications may mask symptoms but not cure the problem. Getting a neurofeedback assessment can help answer questions and direct impactful care.