That’s a lot of kids.
Oh boy, it’s not pretty.
Breathe in deep — it’s safe.
The study was performed on Chinese cities — but the air pollution problem is very much a global one.
This is an observational study and, as such, the findings cannot be used to establish a cause-effect relationship — but it does raise some important questions.
Go Cali, go!
Don’t breathe too hard.
“We are not looking to pick a fight with the Trump administration, but we are ready for one,” said California Attorney General Xavier Becerra.
Don’t breathe too hard.
Plants > Chemicals.
Their previous plans to clean the air were ruled to fall illegally short of the mark.
Canned air looking more and more like a brilliant idea.
Canned air doesn’t seem like such a publicity stunt now, does it?
The organization takes improving air quality “extremely seriously,” and has thus decided to clamp down on diesel vehicles.
Wear it on your fingers, not in your lungs.
A laboratory study on rats found that the animals that breathed Beijing’s notoriously polluted air gained weight and showed sighs of cardio-respiratory and metabolic dysfunctions after three to eight weeks of exposure.
When under threat, the pufferfish quickly inflates into a spherical shape to help it ward off and escape predators. Until now, biologist had thought that in this state the pufferfish – also known as the blowfish, toadfish or sea squab – holds its breath all the while, but this assumption has been overturn by the findings made by Australian researchers who
Owing to its mass deployment of coal burning plants and the 7.4 million cars that fill its roads, Delhi now proudly stands as the city with the filthiest air in the world, and it’s only getting worse. Many agencies have recently issued health warnings for New Delhi residents, including the most vulnerable such as the elderly and children. Worst air in
Most people would are surprised when they hear that 768 million people don’t have access to clean water. That’s twice and over the population of the US, and 50% more than that of the European Union! Something as simple and basic as access to water is denied (or greatly hardened) for them. Italian designer Arturo Vittori and Swiss architect Andreas Vogler
The first use of the umbrella, albeit in a more primitive form, can be traced back to ancient times. In Persia the parasol is repeatedly found in the carved work of Persepolis, while others works such as sculptures frequently depict figures likes a king in his chariot, with an attendant holding a parasol over his head. Similarly in ancient Greece