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What Should We Be Doing To Actually Increase Our Security?
Director, Center for Sustainability Education, Dickinson College
Air pollution: An estimated 210,000 people die prematurely in the U.S. each year due to breathing dirty air (Caiazzo et al
Managing Climate Risk in Trump's America
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National security By Robert Kopp, Rutgers University While sea-level rise for the middle of this century is largely locked
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Health Risks Don't Make For A Bad President
Gillian Branstetter is a writer living in Central Pennsylvania
Rumors about Clinton's health highlight Trump's growing desperation.
These 15 Supplement Ingredients Carry Serious Health Risks, According to a New Report
And even if you avoid these 15 most alarming ingredients, there's no guarantee that any over-the-counter supplement is safe
Living on the Edge: Four Peculiar Risks of Living in the 21st Century
CEO and Founder of Life Coach Spotter
Sexually transmitted diseases aren't something that people like to talk about, but love isn't all valentines and roses. When
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Worries Mount Over Potential Link Between Artificial Turf And Cancer
Peter Andrew Hart
As athletes with cancer continue to come forward, the government is investigating whether synthetic fields are truly safe.
8 Things ER Doctors Refuse to Have in Their Homes
Emergency room physicians see all kinds of grisly stuff, which made us wonder: What products do they consider so hazardous they ban them from their homes and yards? Here are the everyday items that scare these accident front-liners the most.
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Too Little Movement? Too Much Inactivity?
By Mindy Weisberger, Live Science
A very good reason to go for a walk right now.
The Health Risk You Don't Know You Have
•Waking up often during the night to pee You may also be more susceptible if you have a strong family history, had gestational
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Lonely People Are Actually Wired Differently
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It's Not Just Nail Salons, Hair Stylists Face Serious Health Problems Too
After an exposé on nail salons, the health risks of working in a hair salon are also coming to light. Stylists may be at risk of chronic lung diseases, skin conditions and even cancer. What can be done to better regulate products and practices?
5 Ways Your Commute Is Hurting Your Health
It may contribute to weight gain It stresses you out If you can, it might also be a good idea to try public transportation
Night Owls Face Higher Risk Of Diabetes Than Early Birds, Study Finds
Unfortunately, night owls will be the first ones to exclaim how their nocturnal tendencies aren't a matter of choice, but
EPAP and the Future of Snoring
Dr. Michael J. Breus
Clinical Psychologist; Board Certified Sleep Specialist
There's a robust body of scientific research demonstrating that EPAP is an effective method for treating sleep-disordered breathing, including snoring and obstructive sleep apnea.
An Important Talk About Life, Death and the Responsibility of Friendship
Dr. Jonathan Gibralter
President, Wells College
We're still in the earliest weeks of the fall semester, during which new students are most acutely at risk for alcohol-related injury, death and other incidents. Though physically distant, parents remain the biggest role models in their students' lives.
How CrossFit Can Both Help And Hurt You
“I can’t say I’m a fan of CrossFit,” said Simmons. “A lot of the time you’ve got this WOD -- this 'workout of the day' in
How to Experience the Benefits of Exercise Without Moving
Elaine R. Ferguson, MD
Physician, author, coach, blogger and pioneer in the field of ...
Physical activity is protective of our health and so is spiritual activity.
5 Questions To Ask At Your Next Doctor's Appointment
By Emma Haak Red, swollen gums may signal more than just lax flossing habits -- they could indicate that you're suffering
Live Longer: Strategies To Add Extra Years To Your Life
24. Set your alarm... to go to sleep. Multiple studies show that 7 hours is the optimal amount, and those who report sleeping
Dr. Oz On Health Risks You Shouldn't Take
By Dr. Mehmet Oz The great thing about science: Constant new discoveries have the potential to help us live longer, healthier
5 Hotel Health Risks You Didn't Know About
The Hotel Tell-All
Let's face it: Traveling can bring out the inner germaphobe in even the most adventurous of us.
Carmel High School Baby Powder Tradition At Football Games Nixed For Health Reasons, Admins Say
“Have you ever sat next to that? It’s a really irritating thing that gets in people’s eyes,” Athletic Director Jim told The
Rising Number of Farm Animals Poses Environmental and Public Health Risks
President, Food Tank: The Food Think Tank
Farm-animal production provides a safety net for millions of the world's most vulnerable people, but given the industry's rapid and often poorly regulated growth, the biggest challenge will be to produce meat in environmentally and socially sustainable ways.
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