Driving Dehydrated Comparable to Driving Drunk

Posted on: July 1, 2015
Dehydration Sign

We all know that proper hydration when exercising is necessary for combating additional sweat loss. However, we often ignore the vitality of staying hydrated during daily, low intensity activities, like driving. A recent study from the European Hydration Institute shows that dehydration may impact drivers to Continue Reading

How Much Water Should Kids Drink and How You Can Get Them to Drink More of It

Posted on: June 16, 2015
A boy drinking for a reusable water bottle

Last Updated: 9/2/2020 Raging hormones or the terrible twos might not be the only cause of your child’s grumpy attitude. You have probably heard of being ‘hangry’, but did you know that a child not drinking enough fluids is also likely to be tired and Continue Reading

5 Reasons Drinking Water Improves Your Wellbeing

Posted on: June 8, 2015
Keep Calm and Drink More Water

June marks the 7th year of Employee Wellbeing Month. Strategies to Overcome and Prevent (STOP) Obesity Alliance, Employee Wellbeing Month and Virgin Pulse launched National Employee Wellness Month in 2009. The campaign spotlights how the modern workplace has a role in helping to create healthy Continue Reading

Happy New Year! 5 Ways to Drink More Water in 2015

Posted on: December 31, 2014
Keep Calm and Drink More Water

Drinking more water will help you maintain a variety of New Year’s resolutions, including losing weight, getting organized, staying fit and healthy, and even falling in love! So why not make “Drink More Water” your New Year’s resolution this year? Here are 5 easy ways Continue Reading

A Single Exposure to BPA Can Affect Your Health

Posted on: December 9, 2014

New research from the Seoul National University’s department of preventive medicine in Korea has found that even single exposure to BPA can have a direct and immediate impact on cardiovascular health. The study found that when people drank soy milk from a can with BPA Continue Reading

Drinking Filtered Water Might Help Your Memory

Posted on: October 7, 2014
Rat reading a book

New research from Chinese biology and environment experts has found that drinking filtered drinking water may help to improve child development and memory. The study found that filtered tap water is the richest in essential minerals and the lowest in contaminant levels. The researchers during Continue Reading

Don’t Drink the Water From a Warm Water Bottle!

Posted on: September 24, 2014

Scientists from Nanjing University in China and the University of Florida have recently completed a study on the effects of storing bottled water at 3 different temperatures: 39°F, 77°F, and 158°F to mimic the temperatures of a refrigerator, a standard room, and the inside of Continue Reading

Texas Drinking Water May Be Worst in the Nation

Posted on: July 29, 2014
Water Faucet - Quench

Texas has been struggling with regulatory compliance at drinking water plants and may have more trouble than any other state in the nation. Federal officials have claimed that more than 310 of the 7,000 public drinking systems, which make up about 4.5 percent of regulated Continue Reading

Why Water from a Quench Bottleless Water Cooler Tastes So Good

Posted on: July 28, 2014
Why Water from a Quench Bottleless Water Cooler Tastes So Good

Last Updated: 8/6/2020 Quench Water Experts take pride in our ability to deliver great-tasting water to the masses from our bottleless water coolers. Yet, to some, great-tasting water sounds like an oxymoron. H2O is H2O, right? In fact, water is famous for being rather plain Continue Reading

Blue-Green Algae Threatens Lake Erie Drinking Water

Posted on: July 17, 2014
Algae Blooms in Lake Erie

After record outbreaks in 2011 and 2013, the presence of harmful blue-green algae in Lake Erie continues to lessen but still remains significant enough to be a possible threat to drinking water.  Lake Erie provides drinking water for more than 11 million people on both Continue Reading