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In Coastal Communities, the Toxic Legacy of Pulp and Paper Mills

In Canada and elsewhere, decades of balancing good-paying mill jobs with environmental protection comes at a cost.

 

E-Waste 101: Everything You Need to Know

E-waste – also called electronic waste, e-scrap, end-of-life electronics, or WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) – is electronics that have been discarded, donated, or recycled. The term “waste,” however, is somewhat misleading; many items still have value in that they can be repurposed or recycled to extract desirable materials inside them.

 

Obesity linked to poor brain health in children

Using MRI data from the largest long-term study of brain development and child health in the United States, researchers have found that higher weight and body mass index (BMI) in pre-adolescence are associated with poor brain health. The findings are being presented today at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA).

 

Are real or artificial Christmas trees better for the environment?

Some experts say a real tree is the more sustainable choice, but you can reduce an artificial tree’s impact if you reuse it enough

 

The world can’t recycle its way out of the plastics crisis

The International Energy Agency projects that by 2050, more than half of all oil and gas will be used to make plastics and petrochemicals. This has enormous climate impacts.

 

Top 4 Healing Properties of Pomegranate

Why not add pomegranate to your healthy habits to gain benefits from protecting your brain to increasing your immunity and lowering inflammation in your body?

 

Florida hospitals weren’t ready for Hurricane Ian. Some fear the next big storm.

Hurricane Ian exposed an alarming weakness in Florida’s healthcare system: Many hospitals in the state are unprepared to quickly evacuate patients and some facilities likely couldn’t withstand a direct hit from a major storm.

 

Corn Nourishes the Hopi Identity, but Drought Is Stressing the Tribe’s Foods and Traditions

Most Hopi grow corn with only the precipitation that falls on their fields, but two decades of drought have some of them testing the waters of irrigation and hoping they can preserve other customs with their harvests.

 

5 Reasons to Indulge in Strawberries

In case you're looking for an excuse to satisfy your sweet tooth with strawberries, they're among the healthiest fruits for your heart, brain and body

 

Lymph Nodes Turn Black From Air Pollution Exposure, Autopsy Photos Show

Lymph nodes are meant to be pink-beige, but they can turn totally black after decades of air pollution.​

 
 
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