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The (Almost) Invisible Enemy: Microplastics Found In Human Blood

The (Almost) Invisible Enemy: Microplastics Found In Human Blood

Recently, a concerning material called "microplastic" has been found in human blood. Researchers in the Netherlands studied blood from donors, which revealed that 80% of them had microplastics in their blood. According to the researchers, people’s constant exposure to plastic particles in the air leads to their absorption into the bloodstream.

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Guide To Conducting a Trash Audit

Guide To Conducting a Trash Audit

Conducting a trash audit is a great way to get a better idea of how much trash you go through on a weekly or monthly basis. It can also help you to identify wasteful habits, such as purchasing items in bulk that you don’t really need or throwing out food before it’s expired. Conducting a waste audit is very simple, but in case you need any assistance, don't worry. We'll take you through all the necessary steps in the rest of this article!

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Megan Kioulafofski
The Science Behind The Health Benefits Of Leafy Greens

The Science Behind The Health Benefits Of Leafy Greens

The health benefits of leafy greens are numerous. These foods are high in antioxidants and other nutrients that may help prevent chronic diseases, such as heart disease, certain cancers, and diabetes. Leafy greens are experiencing something of a renaissance right now, with everyone shoveling down Kale like it's going out of fashion. The funny thing is that there is some serious science behind upping your intake of dark green leafy vegetables, as they are not only delicious but full of nutrition as well. Read on to find out more about the many benefits of leafy greens.

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How To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint By Shopping Sustainably

How To Reduce Your Carbon Footprint By Shopping Sustainably

There are many things you can do if you are interested in how to reduce carbon footprint and help protect the environment. For starters, one of the easiest things you can do is shop sustainably. From targeted ads on social media to deals that are too good to pass up, shopping, for most of us, is at the core of our lifestyle. It makes sense then, that of all the ways we can transition to more sustainable living, shopping may just be one of the most difficult adjustments to make.

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