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Clean Water in India for less than $2 Per Day

Unreasonable Institute fellow Divya Yachamaneni, deputy general manager of Naandi Community Water Services, explains how her company is bringing clean drinking water to rural Indian families for less than $2 per month. NCWS’s low-cost water-purification stations are now in more than 400 villages, delivering clean, safe drinking water to about 600,000 people.

Reality Check for Healthy Eating

How many times have you justified your pizza by telling yourself the tomato sauce and veggie toppings are providing some nutritional value? Or maybe that, yeah, you had two slices of pizza, but at least you didn’t have three? Avoid those sorts of rationalizations by internalizing the following two food rules
Ann Garvin
July 2, 2014

Health: Do it Right

If you’re a start up and you don’t have a real, working application to help your employees nurture health first; before bringing clean water to a village, before providing food for the hungry, then you’re doing something wrong.
Ann Garvin
May 30, 2014

What’s The Best Exercise?

What’s the best exercise? The exercise that burns the most calories, the fat-burning, booty-kicking, 8-pack ab-giving workout that will change your life? Read on to find out. It may not be what you expect.
Ann Garvin
May 7, 2014