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What are the alternatives for plastic straws?

Plastic straws and cotton buds could be banned in England as part of a government drive to reduce waste.​


Air Pollution Causing Babies in Mexico City To Show Signs of Alzheimer’s

A study published Wednesday in the journal Environmental Research found symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease in babies less than a year old in Mexico City


New York City House Mice are Potential Reservoirs for Pathogenic Bacteria and Antimicrobial Resistance Determinants

House mice thrive in large urban centers worldwide. Nonetheless, little is known about the role that they may play in contributing to environmental contamination with potentially pathogenic bacteria.


Drinking Up to Three Cups of Coffee Per Day May Be Safe for Your Heart

Many clinicians advise patients with atrial or ventricular arrhythmias to avoid caffeinated beverages, but recent research has shown that coffee and tea are safe and can reduce the frequency of arrhythmias.​


Honeybees are struggling to get enough good bacteria

Modern monoculture farming, commercial forestry and even well-intentioned gardeners could be making it harder for honeybees to store food and fight off diseases, a new study suggests.


Adolescents' cooking skills determine future nutritional well-being

There is increasing more evidence that suggests that developing cooking and food preparation skills is important for health and nutrition


Why All the Concern About Coffee?

The number of Americans drinking coffee in 2017 rose after a decline of the previous four years as gourmet brews gained popularity, especially among younger consumers.


Pasta Is Not an Effective Tool to Reduce Weight

Recent headlines report pasta may help you to lose weight, but the headlines fail to report participants were eating a very low glycemic diet to begin with and lost a mere 1.1 pounds in 12 weeks.


New research finds prenatal exposure to endocrine disruptors can impact male fertility for generations

The long-term negative effects of endocrine-disrupting chemicals, or EDCs, extend far beyond just the immediate generation exposed to them, new research has found.


New Study Shows Light at Night can Disrupt Circadian Rhythms in Children

A new scientific study shows that bright electric light exposure of preschool children in the evening suppresses melatonin production almost completely

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