Each scroll through our news-feed presents us with the opportunity to learn more about health and wellness – or so it would seem. Sifting through the noise of flat tummy teas and BPA-free eyelash extensions can be tedious and overwhelming to those of us who are open to exploring new wellness trends. Thanks to the internet, we are perpetually bombarded with product placement and pseudo-scientists promising miracles, leaving us to our own devices in terms of discerning between fads and legitimate advancements in wellness. The latest buzz is surrounding hydrogen-rich water, or HWater, which is essentially purified water infused with molecular hydrogen and is said to be rich with antioxidants and other factors which help ease inflammation and pain. But is this trend a fad, or is there actually some science behind it?