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London 2012 Olympics: Could Air Quality Affect Athlete Performance?

London 2012 Olympics: Could Air Quality Affect Athlete Performance?

Don't take too much Tylenol - even a little more than the accurate dosage can  kill you as the medicine builds up in your body over time!

South London stroke rates drop by since statins credited - News

dailyhealthtipsusa: Malaria it causes prevention and treatment

Nanolabel Anti-Mosquito technology - Being outside in the summertime is fun until the pesky bugs start to come out in droves; luckily however, Nanolabel Anti-Mosquito technology is bei.

Australia Faces Bigger Health Risks from Climate Change - Australia has been warned of the rising threat of dengue fever and heat stroke deaths in the wake of a study that found climate change is aiding the spread of infectious diseases around the world.

Australia Faces Bigger Health Risks from Climate Change - Australia has been warned of the rising threat of dengue fever and heat stroke deaths in the wake of a study that found climate change is aiding the spread of infectious diseases around the world.

Time to Consider Climate Change A Public Health Threat, Report Says brief, but to-the-point. this is affecting us, today.

Climate Change Affects the 71 Percent of the World People Don’t Live on, Too. It’s taken a while, but all of science is waking up to the idea that global warming is, well, global.

The effects of the 2012 flooding on farmland

Somerset conservationists and farmers vent anger over flood recovery

Scientists attribute extreme weather to man-made climate change Researchers have for the first time attributed recent floods, droughts and heatwaves, to human-induced climate change

The sun and the grass at the right angle

Watching President Obama roll up his sleeves, mop his brow, and get serious about climate change, I was heartened to have read that one of the specifics will involve grasses.

Tropical ecosystems appear to be more sensitive to climate change

Tropical ecosystems appear to be more sensitive to climate change and less able to store carbon – two developments surprising scientists

Pacific Ocean Crisscross Clouds Reveal the Human Imprint!

Pacific Ocean Crisscross Clouds Reveal the Human Imprint - ImaGeo

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