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Poor air quality caused by food production in the United States is estimated to result in 16,000 deaths annually, 80 percent of which are related to animal production, according to a new study led by researchers at the University of Minnesota. The research also found there are measures farmers and consumers alike can take to read more
Air pollution isn’t hard on the hearts of adults only, suggests a new analysis that found it can raise blood pressure in kids as young as 5. Children experienced increases in blood pressure if they had short-term exposure to air polluted with coarser particles or long-term exposure to finer airborne particles, and that also happened read more
Exposure to secondhand smoke may up your odds for heart failure, a new study warns. Researchers analyzed nationwide survey data from more than 11,000 nonsmokers (average age: 48) who were followed from 1988 to 1994. Nearly 1 in 5 had lab test evidence of exposure to secondhand smoke. Nonsmokers with recent exposure were 35% more read more
A “resourceful” US woman missing for more than five months has been found alive in a Utah forest, telling her discoverers she foraged for moss and grass to survive.   A search for the 47-year-old was initially launched in November last year after an abandoned car and camping equipment was found at a campground near read more
Despite challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic, businesses have pivoted to meet changing demands and many new businesses have opened. In March, experts estimated that the economy was at 85% of where it was a year ago, and increased vaccinations and newly lifted restrictions have likely driven that number up since. Yet as the economy read more
Our planet is facing a crisis of catastrophic proportions, with the potential to impact life for generations to come. It is not the Covid-19 pandemic — which the US is making great progress toward managing. It is also not the climate crisis, though it is related. We are talking about the plastic pollution crisis. Many read more

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