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And they don't stop there. Their products also feature recycled plastic, fabric, silicone, and more.
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Vehicle emissions might be dropping, but your perfume and nail polish is as bad as ever.
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Groundbreaking study finds that a 10% increase in ultra-processed foods in the diet is linked to a 12% increase in cancer.
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CoveBurgess Architects make a beautiful statement in an ugly roundabout.
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It may be treesonous of me to say this, but we should stop this silly competition to be tallest.
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Japanese researchers find that the faster a person eats, the more likely they are to be obese.
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Our reader photo of the day is a lesson in location, location, location.
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The rampant use of agricultural chemicals is creating superweeds that laugh in the face of chemicals … which is bad news for crop productivity and food security.
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A lovely cottage by Yiacouvakis Hamelin Architectes breaks all the rules about roofs.
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My taste preferences change by the month, but right now these are the foods I can't get enough of.
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