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Europe’s medicinal plants in decline, says new report

A new report shows that a combination of ‘plant poachers’ and loss of habitat is threatening many of Europe’s most useful medicinal herbal plants


2 June, 2015
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Breastfeeding protects against a toxic environment

Breastfeeding babies for at least four months helps protect them against airborne toxins such as lead, arsenic and NO2, according to new research


1 June, 2015
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Organic farming builds and protects biodiversity

More evidence that organic farms act as a refuge for wild plants, offsetting the loss of biodiversity on conventional farms


20 May, 2015
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How air travel alters our sense of taste

The unnatural atmosphere of airplane cabins do something strange to our tastebuds, significantly changing the way we perceive flavours


14 May, 2015
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Are bees addicted to pesticides?

New study finds bees are attracted to nectar containing common pesticides, thus increasing their chances of lethal exposure


27 April, 2015
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Water fluoridation linked to hypothyroidism

British researchers have found that fluoridating community water supplies results in a much higher risk of avoidable hypothyroidism


25 March, 2015
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Is too much artificial light at night making us sick?

Artificial light at night disrupts the body’s circadian rhythm linking it to breast cancer, obesity, diabetes, and depression.


19 March, 2015
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Loss of pollinators increases risk of malnutrition, disease

Scientists have made a direct connection between loss of bees and an increased risk of nutrient deficiencies – with worrying connections to diseases like measles and malaria.


27 January, 2015
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That coffee cup may be BPA-free – but it’s still hormone-disrupting

Study shows that the resins used to make certain BPA-free plastics are estrogenic and can leech into our food


16 December, 2014
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How plants make your office more productive

In the first field study of its kind, researchers found enriching a barren office with plants could increase productivity by 15%


5 September, 2014
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