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Food Plants on Fire

We’re living in an unprecedented time when strange happenings continue to occur in quick succession. In March 2021, a massive container ship became wedged across the Suez Canal in Egypt — blocking “an artery of world trade,” triggering a rise in oil prices and leading to fallout that affected shipping around the globe.

 

Plastic Is Everywhere — Including Inside Your Body

With more than 381 million tons of plastic produced worldwide each year, it's no surprise the waste ends up in our soil, lakes, rivers and oceans, as well as in the bodies of humans and wildlife.

 

Studies suggest boron has potent cancer-fighting properties

Following a balanced diet is important for your overall well-being. And according to several studies, consuming foods rich in the trace element boron can help protect you from certain types of cancer.​

 

Renewable energy is creating a new set of environmental problems

While climate alarmists have been pushing for the use of wind turbines, solar panels and large-scale batteries to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, they seem to be ignoring the fact that the minerals and materials that are needed to create these solutions depend on the mining industry and create environmental problems of their own.

 

UK monkeypox alert as health chiefs detect another FOUR cases of killer virus with NO links to Africa

Four more people have been diagnosed with monkeypox in the UK, bringing the total number of cases in the latest outbreak to seven. All four new patients are gay or bisexual men who were infected in London and had no travel links to Africa, health chiefs have confirmed after MailOnline broke the news earlier today.

 

A Bizarre Skin Disease Is Mysteriously Spreading In The UK

Monkeypox is a disease that I have been monitoring for quite a while now. It is not supposed to spread easily from human to human, and hopefully that is still true. But human cases are now popping up in the UK, and authorities are not exactly sure how it is spreading. As we have seen with COVID, deadly diseases can mutate in dangerous and unpredictable ways. And as we have also seen, a handful of human cases can ultimately turn into a worldwide pandemic. So we should definitely keep an eye on this alarming new outbreak in the UK, because it could potentially become something much larger.

 

How To Choose A Toothbrush And When To Throw It Out

The toothbrush is the most basic tool for maintaining healthy teeth, but many people give their toothbrush little thought and don’t know when to swap it out for a new one. It can also be difficult to choose what type of brush to use: manual or electric, hard or soft bristles. To answer these common questions, here is some advice from a pro — assistant professor Jane Cotter of the Caruth School of Dental Hygiene at the Texas A&M University College of Dentistry.

 

Heavy metal pollution can increase antibiotic resistance in rivers

Scientists have shown that elevated heavy metal levels in rivers can lead to higher levels of antibiotic resistance.

 

Deaths from alcohol use disorder surged during pandemic

Deaths involving alcohol use disorder increased dramatically during the pandemic, according to a new study by Cedars-Sinai investigators. The study also found that young adults 25 to 44 years old experienced the steepest upward trend in alcohol use disorder mortality.

 

Children in underserved communities are at increased risk of being admitted to the pediatric ICU and of dying there

Hospitalized children covered by Medicaid who reside in the poorest neighborhoods are at increased risk of being admitted to the hospital's Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) and of dying while there, according to research published at the ATS 2022 international conference. The researchers also found higher mortality rates among Black children treated in PICUs.

 
 
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