Coca-Cola Named The World’s Largest Plastic Offender…Again

In a recent study, no one was surprised to learn that Coca-Cola is, once again, the world’s largest plastic polluter. The audit was performed by environmental group, Break Free From Plastic. The organization gathered more than 72,000 volunteers in an effort to conduct almost 850 plastic clean-up events across the six continents. From beaches to…

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Vapers Beware: Faux CBD Products Causing Severe Health Defects

Currently, about 3% of patients who visit an urgent care facility need to be diverted to an emergency department. There are all sorts of reasons for visiting health clinics, including acute upper respiratory infections, acute sinusitis, acute pharyngitis, cough, fever, arthritis, which currently affects 43 million people in the U.S., so much more.  For centuries,…

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The Age Of Anti-Aging And What It Means For Population

Scientists everywhere have been searching for a solution to humanity’s ultimate killer for thousands of years: aging. Recent decades have seen fairly stable and consistent growth in anti-aging research, but a potential breakthrough could lead to people living ever-longer lives with fewer signs of aging. While this may sound initially like excellent news, anti-aging science…

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Overdose Deaths Have Reportedly Declined, But Data May Not Tell the Whole Story

The national opioid crisis has presented Americans with many dangers and fears — particularly because drug addiction and subsequent overdoses can often be traced back to the medications our physicians prescribe for the sake of healing. Currently, the U.S. holds over 45% of the global pharmaceutical market, and since prescription opioids have become more accessible…

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Wheels In Motion: Everything You Need To Know About Motorcycle Tires

The U.S. loves its vehicles. There are five times more heliports in the U.S. than any other country in the world, around 80 million citizens have taken out car loans to secure their preferred mode of transportation, and 8.6 million motorcycles are currently cruising down American roads. The latter offers a combination of thrill and speed that…

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EPA Sued by 10 States Over Lax Regulation on Asbestos

In light of the Environmental Protection Agency’s lax laws regarding asbestos control, attorneys general from 10 states — and Washington D.C. — have officially taken action against the organization. According to attorneys general, the organization failed to take action against the prevalence of asbestos. This sparked a nationwide outcry from people who want to completely eliminate the…

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Could Vitamin D Supplements Prolong the Lives of Cancer Patients?

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States, with prostate cancer alone being the second leading cause of death among men. While approximately 23,800 adults and 4,830 children are diagnosed with cancerous tumors of the brain and spinal cord every year,…

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