pollution

Miscarriage warning after polluted air found in foetal side of placentas

Polluted air breathed in by mothers near busy roads can pass on black carbon particles on to unborn babies – causing miscarriages, premature births and low birth weights, new research shows.

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Supermarket giant to ban plastic bags

A supermarket chain has announced it will be getting rid of single-use plastic bags by the end of 2018.

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China announces future ban on petrol and diesel cars

China pushes for environmental change by declaring it will turn solely to electric vehicles in the future.

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Hold your nose and let the Games begin

Five days out, Olympic athletes and visitors face another fear in Rio

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Hidden Away

On World Oceans Day, we look at the impact of tourism on the marine health of tropical destination the Maldives, where wildlife is at risk.

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Oceans of Room for Improvement

Science and human ingenuity are working overtime to find ways to help reduce waste and, in turn, our footprint on the planet.

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Not your average garbage bin

Two Australian surfers tired of dealing with dangerous and unsightly ocean pollution engineered an incredible invention.

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A bikini that could help save our oceans

Fancy wearing a bikini that could help save the world?

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Microbeads clogging up our oceans

Tiny plastic microbeads from cosmetic products are becoming a major part of the pollution clogging up our oceans and waterways. Microbeads […]

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World’s largest smog-sucking vacuum

Could this giant smog-sucking vacuum solve the world’s pollution problems?

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Tree-lined streets equal a healthier, wealthier you

If you don’t live on a street lined with trees it might be worth organising a mass planting bee with […]

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Kermit the Frog found in the wild

Kermit the Frog’s long-lost cousin has been found in Costa Rica – celebrating Save the Frogs Day.

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Women’s fertility could be at risk from air-pollution

New study indicates the air we breathe could adversely affect women’s reproductive ability

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France experiments with paying people to cycle to work

France is trialing a six-month experiment, paying people to cycle to work to try and improve fitness and air pollution levels, while reducing fossil fuel consumption.

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Save our seas

In the absence of an ocean sheriff, international waters are being overfished and polluted beyond recognition. The high seas are crucial to supporting life on this planet, but while the world talks about how best to protect them, exploitation is accelerating at an alarming rate.

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Thailand hit by fourth largest oil spill in its history

The clean-up begins after 50,000 litres of crude oil poured into the Gulf of Thailand last week.

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Researchers find an avocado a day keeps the doctor away

Researchers say avocado oil could help with diseases such as diabetes and hypertension. Known for its cholesterol-fighting properties, the scientists say it contains antioxidants that protect from damage caused by pollution and radiation.

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Radioactive tuna may raise risks of cancer

Nuclear professor says radioactive tuna caught off California can produce a small inscrease in cancer risks. MiNDFOOD Reports.

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Clarins HydraQuench

HydraQuench essentials: Unique moisturising skincare that acts on the source of hydration, providing all skin types with their own paradise of wellbeing, Clarins on MiNDFOOD,

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