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Three Foods You Should Avoid To Stay Green And Healthy

Three Foods You Should Avoid To Stay Green And Healthy

Thatcher Michelsen January 27, 2014 0

Now is about the time that many people begin to deviate from their New Years resolution to eat healthier and lose weight

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Why Are Natural Beauty Products Better?

Why Are Natural Beauty Products Better?

Thatcher Michelsen January 23, 2014 0

Natural beauty products are some of the best eco friendly gifts that you can buy someone

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Researchers Find Strong Link Between Smog And Heart Disease

Researchers Find Strong Link Between Smog And Heart Disease

Thatcher Michelsen January 22, 2014 0

A team of European scientists have published a study that finds a stronger connection between high concentrations of smog and particulate matter and heart disease

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Furnace Made Out Of Soda Cans Saves Energy

Furnace Made Out Of Soda Cans Saves Energy

Thatcher Michelsen January 21, 2014 0

Metropolitan State University of Denver professor Aaron Brown has recently built water heaters made out of empty soda cans for his Colorado community

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How Sunlight Improves Your Blood Pressure

How Sunlight Improves Your Blood Pressure

Thatcher Michelsen January 21, 2014 0

Scientists at the University of Southampton in the United Kingdom have figured out why sunlight can lower your blood pressure

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Drought Leads To Public Health Problems In California

Drought Leads To Public Health Problems In California

Thatcher Michelsen January 20, 2014 0

California has been dealing with record levels of drought, so much so that it has begun to cause public health problems in both the Los Angeles and San Francisco regions

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Water Crisis Continues In West Virginia

Water Crisis Continues In West Virginia

Thatcher Michelsen January 17, 2014 0

Residents of Charleston, West Virginia, and surrounding communities are still trying to find out what led to a chemical spill that contaminated the tap water supply for 300,000 people

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Top Green Living Habits

Top Green Living Habits

Thatcher Michelsen January 16, 2014 0

If helping protect the environment and living green is among your list of New Year's resolutions, take a look at some energy-saving habits to implement in your day-to-day life

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The Mental Health Benefits Of Being Outside

The Mental Health Benefits Of Being Outside

Thatcher Michelsen January 14, 2014 0

A research team has found that residents of urban environments with green areas experience improved mental health

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Professor Honored For Creating Eco-Leather From Chicken Feathers

Professor Honored For Creating Eco-Leather From Chicken Feathers

Thatcher Michelsen January 14, 2014 1

A University of Delaware professor has been honored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for creating a leather substitute out of chicken feathers

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