Microplastics Found in the Placenta of Unborn Babies for the First Time


Researchers have detected microplastic particles in the placentas of unborn babies for the first time, a discovery that could mean long-term fetal developmental damage. The Guardian reported that in a study, published in Volume 46 of The Journal Envi Read More »

United States Pedestrian Deaths Numbers Hit Three-Decade High


The number of pedestrians killed in traffic has increased drastically in recent years and United States pedestrian deaths numbers hit three-decade high in 2019. A report from the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) revealed that there were m Read More »

How to Improve Quality of Life for Someone with Dementia or Alzheimer’s


  Dementia refers to a range of neurodegenerative brain disorders that are often progressive and irreversible. These disorders are characterized by abnormal brain changes that cause deterioration to thinking, comprehension, memory, judgment, lan Read More »

Accessibility Issues Concerning Jargon and Other Esoteric Language


Businesses looking to improve safety and accessibility can learn a lot from the U.S. Navy. While writing accommodating language and equipping combat-ready forces are very different tasks, both can be guided by a simple principle — KISS. The KISS pr Read More »

What Effect Does Infrastructure Development Have on Economic Growth?


  Infrastructure can be defined in a number of ways depending on the policy discussion; in general, however, the term refers to longer-lived, capital-intensive systems, and facilities. These types of systems can include roads, bridges, water tre Read More »

How Perceptions of Dog Breeds Can Be Self-Fulfilling Prophecies


  Can Our View of a Dog Breed Impact a Dog’s Temperament? Dog breeds are characterized by certain physical and behavioral traits. Each breed has been developed to perform a specific job – whether it’s hunting rabbits, retrieving downed bir Read More »

Why Do Cloth Masks Lower Risk of COVID But Not Wildfire Smoke?


  CDC Says Masks Offer Little Protection Against Wildfire Smoke Earlier this week, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) made an announcement that protective cloth masks do little to protect from wildfire smoke. “Cloth masks that are used to sl Read More »

The Benefits of Improving Bicycle Infrastructure in the U.S.


  How Bicycle Infrastructure Improvements Benefit Everyone Since the beginning of the 2020 United States cycling boom, an increasing number of Americans have taken to the streets on two wheels. Cycling’s benefits come in many forms ­– with Read More »

Sunscreen Safety Tips for Summer Fun in the Sun


As summer approaches, the opportunities for fun in the sun are bountiful – barbeque’s with the family, laying out by the pool, or having a picnic at the park. Most of us are aware of the dangers of too much summer sun, skin cancer, skin d Read More »

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