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Related Teen Epidemics? Looking for Answers in All the Wrong Places

American teenagers are drowning in a rising tide of disorders: behavioral issues, sensory problems, depression, self-harm and more.


Indoor air pollution 10 times more harmful, say experts

Indoor air pollution may be as much or more of a problem as pollution outdoors, according to new research.​


Food scientists develop rapid screening technique to detect pesticide residue in vegetables

Food scientists from the National University of Singapore developed a rapid and highly sensitive screening technique capable of detecting minute amounts of pyrethroids in vegetables.


Can Pesticides Affect Pregnancy?

A recent study suggests pesticides in produce may interfere with your chances of getting pregnant. ​


Produce suppliers are now using a chemical “freshness preserver technology” on your fruits and vegetables … but is it SAFE?

A GreenMedInfo article sounded the alarm about a cancer-causing, gene-damaging chemical liberally used by suppliers as a “freshness preserver technology” for fruits and vegetable.


Organic farming employs more workers than conventional farms

Organic farming may present more job opportunities down the line than those provided by conventional farming.


Tiny Graphene Membrane Creates “Supercharged Water Purification” In One Simple Step

A new filtering technique might just hold the largest promise yet for being able to access even large bodies of water across the planet that have become terribly polluted.


73% of Deep-Sea Fish Have Ingested Plastic

Microplastics can really be found everywhere, even in the stomachs of creatures living deep underwater.


Related Epidemics? Teen Mental Health Crisis & Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Twenty-first century teenagers may be having a harder time than ever. One contributing factor—the one that public health agencies and the media seem most willing to discuss—is a ballooning epidemic of mental health problems in teens.


Ultra-processed foods linked to increased cancer risk

Researchers discovered that people who eat more ultra-processed foods have a higher risk of cancer.

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