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Microplastic contamination in Sea salt

Microplastic contamination in Sea salt

What goes around, comes around. Each year humans dump nearly 13 million metric tons of plastic into the ocean. At present the amount of microplastic might be low and may not have impact on our health.

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WHO OWNS SEEDS? IS IT FARMERS OR INDUSTRIAL GIANTS?

Who Owns Seeds? Is It Farmers Or Industrial Giants?

A seed is not an invention. That is why patents on seeds are illegitimate. Even in a genetically engineered crop, the original seed come from farmers.

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Tattoo to monitor blood sugar level

Tattoo to monitor blood sugar level

How cool it would be to get a tattoo that is patient friendly? Well, researchers at MIT and Harvard joined the two concepts to create tattoos that can change color based on blood glucose level of the person wearing them.

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You can drink this plastic

You can drink this plastic

Much of the plastics that dumped by China is washes towards Bali shores. A local surfer Kevin Kumala tried a solution for plastic problems.

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Toxic countries in the world

Most toxic countries in the world

International Energy Agency and WHO released a data earlier this year showing the most toxic countries in the world

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Where the chocolate milk comes from?

Where the chocolate milk comes from?

So what do you think ? Where the chocolate milk comes from? If your answer is Brown cow then it shows how disconnected we are from the original food source and how poor our knowledge about our food and health is.

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Human Trafficking

Protect your child from human trafficking

Watch for these signs when you are with kids in public places and protect your child from human trafficking -Explains a mom with her experience.

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Green ways to combat climate change

Green ways to combat climate change

In Western nations, it can often be difficult to accept that the effects of climate change are being seen throughout the world right now because of first-world luxuries.

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