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In developing world, an expensive push to reduce cooking fire deaths falls short

For many decades, it was one of the globe’s most underappreciated health menaces: household pollution in developing countries, much of it smoke from cooking fires. The dangerous smoke — from wood, dun... read more

‘Kitchen killer’: Why US’ efforts to end open-fire cooking in developing countries have failed

Emissions from the fires were contributing to global warming, it was feared, and the harvesting of wood for cooking ... developing world cooks also yielded little, he acknowledged. “Maybe there will b... read more

Health and Wellness News - Los Angeles Times

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Open Letter to Bill Nye from a Plant Scientist

I’ve always appreciated your ability to communicate science to the public. Your television shows taught us about our biological world and physical universe in an accessible, engaging manner. In recent ... read more


A day in the life of the world's busiest airport

This bittersweet blend of joy and heartache is all too common at the world's busiest ... 90 minutes north of the airport. Every Wednesday, he drives down to help out in the airport chaplain's office. ... read more

Three cheers, a wave and he’s off - but not before making one last inappropriate remark: Prince Philip jokes with Marines as he carries out his 22,220th - and FINAL ...

The event marked the end of the 1664 Global Challenge, which recognises 1664, the year the Royal Marines were founded, and has seen marines push themselves to the limit ... June 2012: Philip is taken ... read more

Thermosolar power station in Spain works at night

The unique thermosolar power station in southern Spain can shrug off cloudy days ... "It is the first station in the world that works 24 hours a day, a solar power station that works day and night!" s... read more

Comfort Catholicism Has to Go; It is Time to Prepare for Persecution

And while we may wish to blame any number of factors for the collapse, we cannot exclude ourselves. We who are supposed to be the light of the world, with Christ shining in us, have preferred to hide ... read more

Now that's checking out! 'Drugged-up' California cashiers appear to fall asleep at the register as they serve a customer

The other cashier, wearing a black shirt, starts bagging the items and manages to bag just one bottle of soda before her head falls forward again ... with 20,101 overdose deaths related to prescriptio... read more

Netanyahu Pushes Trump Toward Wider Wars

At the G-20 summit on July 7, Trump met for several hours with Putin coming away with an agreed-upon cease-fire for southwestern Syria, an accord that has proven more successful than previous efforts ... read more

Your Body, Your Choice: Fight for Your Somatic Rights

I would be happier, healthier, and smarter. So what possible justification would the paternalists of the world have for telling me I can’t upgrade my physical body? In each case, the actual right to y... read more

US nuclear regulators greatly underestimate potential for nuclear disaster, researchers say

The NRC analysis found that a fire in a spent-fuel pool at an average nuclear reactor site would cause $125 billion in damages, while expedited transfer of spent fuel to dry casks could reduce radioac... read more



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