This Giant ‘Water Battery’ Under the Swiss Alps Could Be a Game-Changer for Renewable Energy in Europe
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by Sara Tipton
11M ago
There is a gigantic water battery located in the canton of Valais, under the Swiss Alps, called Nant de Drance. It’s a hydropower plant that provides the same energy storage capacity as 400,000 electric car batteries! This renewable energy source could be a game-changer for energy use in Europe. Beginning operations last month, the water battery, is a pumped storage hydropower plant that is equipped with agile, reversible turbines that offer new levels of flexibility, says Robert Gleitz, a delegate of the board of directors of Nant de Drance. With the flick of a switch, the plant can go from s ..read more
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The  Emerging Epidemic No One Is Paying Attention To
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by Sara Tipton
11M ago
For years, we have warned of Lyme disease and that it very well could be an up-and-coming epidemic to look out for. Lyme is a tick-borne disease and one of the fastest growing infectious diseases in the country and one of the most difficult to diagnose. In fact, In fact, from 2007 to 2021, private insurance claim lines with Lyme disease diagnoses rose 357% in rural areas and 65% in urban areas. This disease has recently taken a backseat to COVID-19, monkeypox, and many other new diseases, such as the Laygna virus.  Related: Five Tick-Borne Diseases That All Americans Should Be Aware Of Ac ..read more
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Signs of Heat Illness and 6 Ways To Beat the Heat
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by Sara Tipton
11M ago
This summer has been unusually warm, and since the temperatures continue to break records across the country and worldwide, it is time to get familiar with signs of heat illnesses and how to assist if you do overheat.  Heat exhaustion and heat stroke are potentially fatal conditions, and it’s critical to know the signs, symptoms, and how to help yourself or others when heat illness occurs. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more people in the U.S. die each year from extreme heat exposure than from hurricanes, lightning, tornadoes, floods, and earthquakes combined ..read more
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Cannabiva Review: I Tried the Strongest CBD Oil Out There
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by Megan Rappaport
11M ago
Before trying Cannabiva, I was unaware that CBD brands even considered the entourage effect in their formulations. So, when I learned that it’s an essential part of Cannabiva’s full spectrum CBD oil, which also happens to be the strongest CBD oil you can buy, I was excited to try it. I’ve sought out CBD products in a quest to calm my anxiety and sleep a better. I try to live a healthy lifestyle, and I like natural wellness products. Every prescription drug I’ve tried for anxiety was pretty much guaranteed to give me most of the possible adverse side effects. On the flip side, CBD is a natural ..read more
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Why Does The U.S. Government Have 1.4 billion Pounds of Cheese Stored in a Cave Underneath Springfield, Missouri?
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by Sara Tipton
11M ago
The United States government has been stockpiling cheese for decades. But why are they storing 1.4 billion pounds of cheese in a cave underneath the city of Springfield, Missouri? You may wonder why the government has such a massive cheese stockpile. According to The Washington Post, it all started in the 1970s, during former President Jimmy Carter’s era and his promise of giving farmers a break. Since then, the U.S. government has amassed the largest domestic reserve of cheese of all varieties, including cheddar, Swiss, and American. According to Pacific Standard Magazine, Carter wanted to ra ..read more
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12 Best Summer Foods To Keep Your Body Cool
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by Sara Tipton
11M ago
With a good portion of the country experiencing heat waves and more likely to come, it’s important to know how to stay cool, especially naturally. Eating is one of the most natural things and when we adjust our diet accordingly, we can stay cool and hydrated as the temperatures rise. While cold drinks and frozen desserts might seem cooling, they often are not. Plus, most are full of sugar to the point that they affect you adversely. Instead, there are 12 foods that almost anyone can easily add to their diet to help stay cool without having to guzzle gallons and gallons of water. 1. Cucumber Cu ..read more
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Why We Should Get Out In Nature More
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by Sara Tipton
11M ago
As human beings, we are natural creatures, and returning to our roots can help us restore our minds and cultivate the harmony and happiness far too many seem to be missing. Spending time in an outdoor natural space or bringing nature into your everyday life can benefit both your mental and physical wellbeing. For example, doing things like growing food or flowers, exercising outdoors, foraging for wild food, or being around animals can have lots of positive effects. Being in nature can: improve your mood reduce feelings of stress or anger help you take time out and feel mo ..read more
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4 EPA-Approved Sanitation Preps for Monkey Pox that You Need To Stock Up On
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by Tess Pennington
11M ago
According to a report from the CDC, people with monkeypox who do not require hospitalization may be isolated at home. During prolonged, face-to-face contact, monkeypox spreads between people through direct contact with an infectious rash, body fluids, or respiratory secretions. Transmission of the Monkeypox virus is possible from the onset of the first symptoms until the scabs have separated and the skin has fully healed. During the infectious period of time, body fluids, respiratory secretions, and lesion material from people with monkeypox can contaminate the environment. Poxviruses can surv ..read more
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PREPARING HOMES FOR WILDFIRES
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by Sara Tipton
11M ago
Wildfire season is upon us, and it’s not just California that has to worry about this destructive disaster this year. In an unprecedented heat wave,  84 large fires and complexes have burned 3,071,353 acres in 13 states. The concern is spreading among those who previously had little to no reason to worry. Those concerned about wildfires in their state can do more to prepare for the likelihood of wildfires. According to the National Fire Protection Association, there are methods for homeowners to prepare their homes to withstand ember attacks and minimize the likelihood of flames or surfac ..read more
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Why Heat Waves Increase Violence
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by Sara Tipton
11M ago
The third dangerous heat wave this year has settled over 16 states affecting over 65 million people and weather experts say to brace yourself for more. While these triple-digit temperatures increase the likelihood of heat-related illnesses, studies have found that significant seasonal pattern trends lead to more people becoming violent. Heat has been a major component of violent crimes historically. In the United Kingdom, between April 2010 and 2018, there was 14% more violent crime at 20° Celcius than there was at 10º Celcius. In Mexico, there is more organized crime in warmer weather and som ..read more
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