An extract made from a plant that is used in traditional Chinese medicine may help with weight loss.
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Run-off from coal-tar based sealants are hazardous to marine life, new government studies find, and can damage DNA and the ability to repair the damage. Continue reading →
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The rate of Ebola cases in a part of Liberia where one rubber tree plantation operates is far lower than in other parts of the country.
Cutting down trees isn't just bad for the climate. It also can facilitate the spread of deadly diseases. Continue reading →
Organic pollutants in fish create a decades-long health risk for mothers and their children. Continue reading →
Lingonberries could be wonder fruits for the waist line, while açai berries led to fat gain in mice. Continue reading →
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