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Wintertime Sweet Potato-Cranberry-Balsamic Salad

Recipe and photo courtesy of Rebecca DeSimone This Wintertime Salad is the the perfect dish. It's nutritious, delicious, and easy to make in a pinch!


Comforting Thai Coconut Curry

By Rebecca DeSimone-Comforting Thai Coconut Curry is the perfect winter dish- warming, flavorful, and delicious!


A Sea of Rubbish: Ocean Floor Landfills

The Messina Strait, a submarine bridge separating the island of Sicily from the Italian Peninsula, is the area with the largest marine litter density worldwide –more than a million objects per square kilometre in some parts–, as reported in a new review paper published in the journal Environmental Research Letters.


Aluminum Content of Pediatric Vaccines ‘Absurdly High,’ New Book Says

Biochemistry professor Chris Exley’s book, “Imagine You Are an Aluminum Atom,” sheds light on the harmful impact of aluminum on human health, including how its use in vaccines harms children.


Vaccine Injury Reporting Systems ‘Utterly Inadequate,’ Independent Researchers Say

New peer-reviewed study of adverse events following MMRV vaccines highlights the urgent need for independent research on vaccine safety and the importance of informed consent and vaccine choice.


EPA Confirms Widespread PFAS Contamination of Pesticides, Announces “Investigation,” Stops Short of Action to Protect Public

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has confirmed that PFAS (per and polyfluorinated alykyl substances) ‘forever chemicals’ are contaminating containers that store pesticide products, and subsequently the products themselves. The confirmation comes after preliminary testing from the watchdog group Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) found PFAS in the widely used mosquito pesticide Anvil 10+10. In response EPA announced further investigation and said, “EPA understands th​


NUS Engineers Create ‘Smart’ Aerogel that Turns Air into Drinking Water

Some say future wars will be fought over water, and a billion people around the world are already struggling to find enough water to live. Now, researchers at the National University of Singapore (NUS) are coming to the rescue. They have created a substance that extracts water from air without any external power source.


A push for answers about the environmental causes of child cancer

A first-of-its kind study aims to tease out the link between pollution and cancer in children. The study is a joint project between Texas Children's Hospital, part of the world's largest medical center, and The Oliver Foundation, founded by the parents of a 12-year-old boy who died 36 hours after he was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia, one week after the onset of headaches.


Limiting air pollution 'could prevent 50,000 deaths in Europe'

Limiting air pollution to levels recommended by the World Health Organization could prevent more than 50,000 deaths in Europe annually, according to research.


'One of a kind': calls to protect Alabama's 60,000-year-old underwater forest

When divers jump into a particular stretch of water off the coast of Alabama, they travel back to a time before humans arrived in North America. Submerged below the waters are the remains of a cypress tree forest that grew 60,000 years ago, but was inundated by the Gulf of Mexico and preserved from decomposition beneath sediment. Nothing like Alabama’s underwater forest, in terms of age or scale, has ever been found.

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