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EWG Explains: How to select a healthier mattress

Most Mattresses on the market are full of chemicals that can pollute your bedroom air and harm your body. View all of our tips on finding a healthier mattress in EWG’s Healthy Living: Home Guide: … 43 more words

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The Great Outdoors

June is National Great Outdoors month. The warming weather is a great time of year to participate in outdoor activities and hobbies that can boost your health and well being. 349 more words

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The real dangers of fake marijuana –Implications for the legalization of marijuana

Designer drugs have been increasingly popular in the United States. These substances are the product of adding various chemicals to herb-based drugs like marijuana. A type of designer drugs, known as “Spice “ and “K2”, belong to a subclass of designer drugs also known as synthetic cannabinoids. 610 more words

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The Plastic Crisis

If you haven’t seen National Geographic’s newest campaign, I highly recommend taking a look. It focuses on the plastic crisis happening around the world. We are creating more plastic than we know what to do with, and it is destroying our environment. 624 more words

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Does Clean, Drain and Dry Really Work?

It seems so simple, almost too simple, how effective are the clean, drain and dry actions in preventing the spread of whirling disease and invasive species? 531 more words

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Hinduism And Nature #BookReview

Author : Nanditha Krishna

Publisher : Penguin India

Genre : Non Fiction

Source : Indic Collective

Rating : 3 Stars 622 more words

Book Reviews

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While few will argue that religion is a construct to divide, many believe nature is the essence to provide. Check out this brief synopsis on a book, regarding the correlation of Hinduism and nature.

Zinc and Copper Metabolic Cycles in Baby Teeth Linked to Autism

Using evidence found in baby teeth, researchers from the Institute for Exposomic Research at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai report that cycles involved in zinc and copper metabolism are dysregulated in autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and can be used to predict who will later develop the disease. 707 more words

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