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PUMA Women’s Basket Platform Euphoria Gum Sneaker

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Aversion to Broccoli May Have Genetic Roots

If you have heart disease, your doctor might tell you, eat more vegetables. A tactic that has… limited success.  "Getting people to change their diets is actually pretty hard. These are lessons I would give over and over again. And I would think, why is this so hard to do?"
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Philippines: The boy diving for plastic

Thirteen-year-old Ranniel quit school to support his family. He now risks his life, diving into polluted waters to retrieve plastic waste, the result of a pay-as-you-go, single-use plastic culture that is devastating the environment. It's estimated that Filipinos dispose of 163 million single-use sachets of household products a day, according
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Who Really Discovered the First Exoplanet?

The year 1995, like 1492, was the dawn of an age of discovery. The new explorers, instead of using seagoing vessels to discover continents, use telescopes to discover planets revolving around distant stars. Thousands of these extrasolar planets, a term usually shortened to “exoplanets,” have been found, including a few
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England floods: What is making them worse?

Image copyright Huw Evans picture agency About 500 homes have been flooded in Doncaster with more than 1,000 properties evacuated in areas hit by the rising waters, including the village of Fishlake where residents have complained about the lack of warnings. So what are the factors that have made these
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Pay More Attention to Climate Perils People with Disabilities Face, Experts Warn

People with physical disabilities are among the most vulnerable to climate change, yet scant attention has been paid to their unique challenges, according to a letter published in the journalScience. "The international research community has made good progress at including vulnerable groups such as poor communities, women, indigenous people, and