The Beauty of Pollination
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Our bodies are absorbing and processing air pollutants and particles all day, every day. Soot, produced by coal plants and diesel engines, is an especially dangerous type of this particulate matter. While some pollutants are expelled naturally through exhalation, coughs and sneezes, soot can remain trapped deep in our lung tissue. It accumulates in the body over time and causes chronic health issues, such as bronchitis, asthma, lung cancer and heart defects.
Fortunately, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently introduced overhauls to emissions standards that will reduce the amount of soot allowable from 15 micrograms to 12 micrograms. A change like this could dramatically decrease the rates of pollution-related illnesses. There is a public comment period before these proposed regulations come into effect--write to the EPA now and show your support!
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Climate change could be blamed for boosting the virulence of parasites, according to U.S. researchers studying how unexpected temperature swings can make frogs more susceptible to a sometimes deadly skin fungus