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PubMed News (NIH) 05/27/2020
Contributors : Jun-Seok S Lee ; Mamunul M Haque ; Taras Voitsitskyi Series Type : Expression profiling by array Organism : Homo sapiens. Bisphenol S and mono-ethylhexyl phthalate are widely used in the industry of making plastic, mailing envelopes, tickets, etc. Humans are exposed to these compounds by skin contact, inhalation, and food ingestions.
World Resources Institute 05/26/2020 19:00
How to Reduce Plastic and Other Ocean Pollution Simultaneously. |. |. Up to 13 million metric tons of plastic enter the ocean every year. Photo by pxfuel. Plastic has gone from the greatest invention of the modern era to one of the most challenging materials to manage. Each year, up to of plastic enter the ocean, the equivalent of one garbage truck of waste every minute. The world has responded with countless intiatives, campaigns and agreements to ban plastic straws and bags; countries have introduced legislation to regulate plastic bags. But here’s the thing: Plastic bags and straws aren’t the ocean’s only pollution problem. Visible plastic waste near the surface of the ocean — the kind that makes up the , and garners the most attention — mak.

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