What Are Small, Orange Worms in My Drinking Water?

Answer The presence of small, orange worms in drinking water can be disconcerting. These worms are most likely Chironomid midge larvae. Midges are more commonly known as gnats or "no-see-ums" and the adul... Read More »

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Drinking alot of water nowadays (tapwater). Is it fine drinking tap water or should I filter it?

Well good for you being healthy! You should invest in a water filter, because there are many chemicals in tap water that need to be filtered. So no, a filter is not for taste, it is for safety. You... Read More »

Worms on Orange Trees?

Numerous insects feed on the leaves and fruit of orange trees. Protecting your orange tree from these pests will help ensure a healthy harvest. The most commonly found citrus pests look like worms ... Read More »

What is the difference between spring water, purified water, distilled water and drinking water?

Distilled water is water that has virtually all of its impurities removed through distillation. Distillation involves boiling the water and re-condensing the steam into a clean container, leaving m... Read More »

If i find white small worms up my bum what does that mean i have?

Pin wormsPinworms (known professionally as enterobius vermicularis), are an infection of the anal area most common in children. The symptoms of Pinworms are nightime irritation, restlessness, itchi... Read More »