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Cold-Climate Lizards May Face Extinction in 60 Years, Study Says

This post was originally published on this site Cold-climate lizards that give live birth to their offspring are more likely to be driven to extinction than their egg-laying cousins as global temperatures continue to rise, new research suggests. None Researchers… Continue Reading →

Want to Help Save the Tropics? Eat Less Meat and Dairy, New Study Says

This post was originally published on this site One-quarter of world’s tropical land could disappear at the end of the century if global consumption of meat and dairy isn’t curbed, resulting in the widespread loss of species and their habitats…. Continue Reading →

Flesh-Eating Bacteria Infects Three as Experts Warn Warming Oceans Could Make It More Common

This post was originally published on this site Within the last month, at least three people in the U.S. have contracted a flesh-eating infection from an ocean-dwelling bacterium — an occurrence that experts warn could become more frequent as the… Continue Reading →

U.S. Annually Uses 388 Million Pounds of Potentially Fatal Pesticides Banned in the EU, China and Brazil

This post was originally published on this site When it comes to banning harmful pesticides, the U.S. lags behind the European Union (E.U.), China and Brazil, according to a study published in the journal Environmental Health. Eighty-five pesticides currently in… Continue Reading →

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