Meat Production Is Polluting the Air You Breathe
A new study estimates airborne particles generated by food production kill nearly 16,000 Americans each year.
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Microplastic pollution is escalating around the world - study
A new study of airborne plastic particles finds that microplastic pollution is escalating around the world. Tiny remains of plastic are more ubiquitous than science had known...
14 hours ago - Natural News
Animal production responsible for vast majority of air quality-related health impacts from U.S. food
Poor air quality caused by food production in the U.S. is estimated to result in 16,000 deaths annually, 80% of which are related to animal production, according to a new...
21 hours ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
REPORT: Amazon's warehouse boom creates health hazards in Southern California communities
Amazon, the world's biggest online retailer, expanded its warehouses in Southern California last year due to the demand for online shopping amid the coronavirus pandemic. But a...
1 day ago - Natural News
Air Pollution and Adult Cognition: Evidence from Brain Training - by Andrea La Nauze, Edson R. Severnini
We exploit novel data from brain-training games to examine the impacts of air pollution on a comprehensive set of cognitive skills of adults. We find that exposure to...
1 day ago - National Bureau of Economic Research
Truck protesters doubt new freight rail link's congestion-busting benefits
Maribyrnong Truck Action Group, which lobbies for the removal of trucks from Melbourne's inner-western roads, fears a proposed Inland Rail hub will do little to alleviate road...
1 day ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Single-use face masks are a ticking time bomb of global pollution, experts warn
Single-use face masks are a ticking plastic bomb for the environment, according to a commentary published in Frontiers of Environmental Science and Engineering. Zhiyong Ren, a...
3 days ago - Natural News
Air Pollution Can Harm Kids' Hearts for a Lifetime
Title: Air Pollution Can Harm Kids' Hearts for a Lifetime Category: Health News Created: 5/7/2021 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 5/7/2021 12:00:00 AM
3 days ago - MedicineNet - 3 articles
Australia to phase out single-use plastics by 2025
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison launched its first National Plastics Plan last month in an attempt to curb the country's mounting plastic pollution crisis. The plan...
5 days ago - Natural News
It stores pollution 30 times faster than forest. What is blue carbon?
Shy dugongs, sea turtles and ancient, rocky microbes are all found among our seagrasses and mangroves. But why are politicians interested in these ocean meadows now?
5 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald
The headlines of Master Doctor
Use lessons learned from COVID-19 to lead your team through crises
ATLANTA - Take care of yourself, keep a positive attitude and lift your team so you are better prepared to lead in times of crisis, Ted McElroy, OD, said in a lecture here at...
Methodology for altering omega-3 EPA+DHA and omega-6 linoleic acid as...
Increasing dietary intake of n-3 EPA+DHA and lowering dietary n-6 LA is under investigation as a therapeutic diet for improving chronic pain syndromes as well as other health...
Sony's Top-Rated WH-1000XM4 Headphones Are On Sale for Its Cheapest Price Yet
Get your Father's Day gift shopping done early with this incredible deal.
The Workout J.D. Pardo Uses to Get Mayans M.C. Strong
After taking some time off to recuperate from injuries, Pardo hit the gym hard.
The Anxious History of Understanding Cortisol
How a mysterious World War II myth and the dogged tenacity of adrenal researchers led to our understanding of cortisol. Medscape Medical News
Gwyneth Paltrow's Comments About Eating Bread During Lockdown Are Peak...
For the families of nearly six-hundred-thousand Americans , the low point of pandemic lockdown was watching their loved one die from a novel virus while the worldwide...
SGIM Annual Meeting Focuses on Inclusivity
SGIM meeting Chair Rita Lee, MD, said she hoped that this year's event will allow attendees an opportunity to 'celebrate the incredible strengths and diverse voices of our...
Many Asian Americans never discussed racism at home. Now parents are...
“There's no way you can shield kids from the water that we swim in.”
Internal emails reveal WHO knew of sex abuse claims in Congo
When Shekinah was working as a nurse's aide in northeastern Congo in January 2019, she said, a World Health Organization doctor offered her a job investigating Ebola cases at...
A stoush over a fire study and a chilling glimpse of the future
A story about bushfires, the climate crisis, logging and contested science that shines a light on the very difficult climate choices we now face.