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  • Forget blizzards and hurricanes, heat waves are to die for (#2262)

    Forget blizzards and hurricanes, heat waves are to die for (#2262)

    When it comes to gnarly weather, tornadoes, blizzards and hurricanes seem to get most of our attention, perhaps because their destructive power makes for imagery the media can`t ignore. But for sheer killing power, heat waves do in far more people ...

  • Simulated: worldwide increase of air pollution (#2261)

    Simulated: worldwide increase of air pollution (#2261)

    Hot summer days cause in large cities very seldom great happiness among inhabitants. On those days the air is highly polluted with automobile and industrial emissions what makes breathing difficult and unhealthy. According to the latest ...

  • World`s greenest building opens (#2260)

    World`s greenest building opens (#2260)

    Japanese contractor Shimizu has completed work on a building that is claiming to emit the world’s least amount of CO2. The building, which will be fully open tomorrow, is the new Shimizu headquarters and is located in Tokyo. The building ...

  • Want to cut drug spending? air pollution rules could help. (#2259)

    Want to cut drug spending? air pollution rules could help. (#2259)

    As environmentalists and industry groups bicker over the costs and benefits of pollution rules, a new study finds that we may actually be underestimating the value of clean air in at least one respect: Cutting pollution can allow people to spend ...

  • Air pollution limits at Beijing Olympics eased heart burden (#2212)

    Air pollution limits at Beijing Olympics eased heart burden (#2212)

    The Beijing Olympics were a powerful laboratory for showing how improvements in air pollution improve cardiovascular health. The Chinese capital is plagued by chronic air pollution. When the city was awarded the 2008 Summer Games, it promised to ...

  • World Health Organization anti-smoking program could save millions of lives (#2194)

    World Health Organization anti-smoking program could save millions of lives (#2194)

    Millions of smoking-related deaths could still be prevented by 2030 if the World Health Organization smoking reduction policy is applied immediately worldwide, say University of Michigan researchers. Further, the number of smokers could have been ...

  • Spring cleaning could help allergies (#2193)

    Spring cleaning could help allergies (#2193)

    Nearly half of U.S. adults say they will spend four hours or less on this year`s spring cleaning, and 18 percent will spend one hour, a survey indicates. The Stanley Steemer Spring Cleaning survey indicated 74 percent said they can name at least ...

  • Household plants can help purify the air in your home (#2174)

    Household plants can help purify the air in your home (#2174)

    This time of the year most of us are still closed up in our homes, and studies have shown that our homes may be full of "bad air". According to NASA your indoor air may be 100 times more polluted than the air outside. But a few of these scattered ...

  • WHO raises alert on second-hand smoke (#2173)

    WHO raises alert on second-hand smoke (#2173)

    Not to be outdone, second-hand smoke is equally fatal even for non-smokers, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). In a statement, WHO Regional Director for the Western Pacific Dr. Shin Young-soo stressed that there is a similar ...