Plastic waste is creating serious issues for animals, marine life and environment.
More than a billion Indians celebrated Diwali on Saturday amid twin concerns of a resurgence in coronavirus infections and rising air pollution that is enveloping the country’s north in a cloud of thick toxic smog.
At least 40 tonnes have turned up dead in a few days, numbers which Askar and fishermen in Qaraoun described as unprecedented. They called on the Litani river authority to find the cause and go after anyone dumping wastewater into the lake.
The danger posed by single-use plastic products to human and animal health should never be underestimated. United Nations officials have been repeatedly urging everyone to give up the use of single-use plastic products such as disposable cutlery, water bottles, food containers and shopping bags.
A recent report ‘State of Global Air 2019’, by the US-based Health Effects Institute, revealed that over 12 lakh deaths in India were caused by air pollution. The burden of Type 2 diabetes contributed by exposure to fine particulate pollution is the highest in India, according to the report. Air pollution lowers insulin sensitivity, contributing to diabetes.
The typical clinical features are hyperandrogenism — hirsutism, androgen dependent alopecia, or acne — associated with anovulation and a characteristic ovarian morphology. Polycystic ovaries are common in women of reproductive age and PCOS appears to have a genetic basis.
Happiness is ingrained in the UAE thinking. It is not just a way of life, it is life. The UAE, every now and then, keeps seeing to it that both its citizens and residents are well catered for, that where mod cons go, everything is in place. The bar of contentment and satisfaction
In mid-April, nearly 150 local environmentalists marched to the gates of Greenidge Generation, a Bitcoin mining facility in upstate New York, in a last-ditch effort to block its expansion. Their objection: that the creation of the cryptocurrency, an energy-intensive
Robert Collier says that during the seven years he worked as an operating room aide at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, white nurses called him and other Black employees “boy.” Management ignored two large swastikas painted on a storage room wall.