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Solar panels made from waste crops without direct light; broccoli can help metabolise coffee; plastics labelling needs a new sustainability scale for consumers - and did you know that social media use has now been linked to poor physical health outcomes – so it’s not just mental health …
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Food Miles Account For a Sickening Amount of Emissions

In many places around the world, grocery store produce aisles are a delightful array of colours, even in the depths of Winter, when it feels like not much could grow outside. But this year-round variety has a real cost on the planet, with a new study...

Deadly Snakes Could Save Your Life

Some of the world’s deadliest snakes could soon be saving lives, with research from the University of Queensland (UQ) showing venom could be used to...

75% Of Teens Not Getting Recommended Daily Exercise

Three out of every four teens aren't getting enough exercise. This lack is even more pronounced among female students. But new research from the University of Georgia suggests improving a school's climate can increase physical activity among adolescents. School environments play a critical role in helping children develop...

The Tao: 7 Crucial Lessons From a Radically Wise Philosophy

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“To have no thought and put forth no effort is the first step towards understanding the Tao. To go nowhere and do nothing is...

How Men Can Support Their Partners Through Menopause

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Penny Lancaster and her husband/rockstar Rod Stewart, had been together 14 years when something happened that neither of them expected: menopause. Not that the...

Keeping the Faith, or Willingness to Push Yourself, As You Age

So you could have become really good at chess? Perhaps a world-renowned chef? Well, maybe not anymore, we think as we get older. And...

Superworm’ With Appetite for Polystyrene Could be Key to Mass-Scale Recycling

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A ‘superworm’ with an appetite for polystyrene could be the key to plastic recycling on a mass scale, according to a new study. The...

Everything You Need To Know About The Elimination Diet

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Finding the perfect nutrition plan is like dating: It takes time, effort, a lot of trial and error (and sometimes leaves your stomach reeling)....

The Great Australian Snore Censuzzz

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Report reveals Aussie’s snoring habits and a symphony of bedroom noises! Almost half (49%) the Australian population are snorers according to the Global Snore Censuzz -...

What to Do When You Never Feel Good Enough

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Are you a good enough friend, employee, partner, or parent? Are you thin, attractive, smart, and nice enough? If you have doubts about yourself, you’re...

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