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EcoWatch 10/30/2020 13:12
There are many different CBD oil brands in today's market. But, figuring out which brand is the best and which brand has the strongest oil might feel challenging and confusing. Our simple guide to the strongest CBD oils will point you in the right direction. Boosting your health with CBD oil is a wonderful idea. The rise in CBD's popularity shows that many people are experiencing positive outcomes through the regular use of CBD to help control and improve difficult health issues. Since there are a great deal of brands out on the market today, it can get confusing trying to figure out which brand is best and which oil strength will work best for you and your needs. Keep in mind that even though it might feel exciting to have a host of brands.
EcoWatch 10/30/2020 12:00
Just in time for Halloween, at Cornell University have published some frightening research, especially if you're an ! The ghoulishly named ogre-faced spider can "hear" with its legs and use that ability to catch insects flying behind it, the study published in . "Spiders are sensitive to airborne sound," Cornell professor emeritus Dr. Charles Walcott, who was not involved with the study, told the .
EcoWatch 10/30/2020 11:35
By Brett Wilkins. Regulators in New York state announced Thursday that banks and other financial services companies are expected to plan and prepare for risks posed by the climate crisis. In a to banks and other financial businesses, New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) Superintendent Linda Lacewell said that "climate change poses significant financial risks" and that global heating is "increasing the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events and is projected to have profound effects on the U.S. economy and financial system, which we must address.".
EcoWatch 10/30/2020 11:28
A NASA spacecraft has successfully collected a sample from the Bennu asteroid more than 200 million miles away from Earth. The samples were safely stored and will be preserved for scientists to study after the spacecraft drops them over the Utah desert in 2023, according to the (AP). The asteroid is round and black and larger than the Empire State Building. It is one of the most threatening to Earth, as it has a 1-in-2,700 chance of colliding with the planet, the AP reported. NASA's OSIRIS-REx initially lost some of the sample due to a jammed lid. The asteroid's rocks wedged an opening that allowed some of the sample to drift off into space, reported. OSIRIS-REx initially had trouble with the lid after it grabbed more asteroid material than.
EcoWatch 10/29/2020 12:27
By Karin Jäger. "They begin on a fall night, preferring the light of a full moon … Driven by the currents, they're pulled to the mouth of the river and out into the ocean," writes the WWF, rather poetically, of the European eel's long journey from the rivers of Central Europe to the far reaches of the Atlantic Ocean. Slithering eels don't usually conjure up such lyrical language. But the creature's life journey does have something of an epic quality. Some 8000 kilometers (4971 miles) from its start point, the European eel meets up with its American counterpart in the Sargasso Sea in the Atlantic, just east of Florida. There they lay eggs and die. Their offspring then begin journeys that can take years back to the rivers from which their pare.
EcoWatch 10/29/2020 12:05
North Dakota has found a controversial use for federal relief money: using it to fund . The state legislature voted Wednesday to reallocate $16 million in pandemic relief to pay $200,000 grants to companies to do fracking work on 80 incomplete wells, . "This is like a taxpayer bailout to the oil industry to get them to do something they would do anyway."
EcoWatch 10/29/2020 10:22
By Michael S. Jaffee. For most of the U.S., the clock goes back one hour on Sunday morning, Nov. 1, the "fall back" for daylight saving time. Many of us appreciate the extra hour of sleep. But for millions, that gain won't counter the inadequate sleep they get the rest of the year. About 40% of adults – 50 to 70 million Americans – minimum seven hours per night. Some researchers are concerned about how the twice-a-year switch impacts our body's physiology. , the largest scientific organization that studies sleep, now wants to replace daylight saving time with a move to a year-round fixed time. That way, our internal circadian clocks would not be misaligned for half the year. And it would eliminate the safety risk from sleep loss when transit.
EcoWatch 10/28/2020 16:38
Do you feel embarrassed due to the foul odor coming from your mouth? Or your oral hygiene isn't as good as before, and you are suffering from gingivitis (inflammation of gums)? Well, these oral problems are skyrocketing, and even young people are suffering from oral issues that result in a lack of confidence. It's common to change your toothpaste by seeing the TV commercials that claim to free you from bad breath or sensitive teeth, but these products don't always work. Fighting oral issues isn't that easy, even if you religiously follow what your primary school teacher has taught, to "Brush two times a day!". Well, there is a much-hyped supplement in the market that claims to help you fight all of these oral issues: The Steel Bite Pro. is a.
EcoWatch 10/28/2020 11:03
The Environmental Protection Agency () approved the use of products containing the weedkiller for use on cotton and soybeans Tuesday. The EPA announcement means that two products that contain the herbicide found to cause cancer can be registered for five years. It also extended the use of a third product that also has dicamba in it, according to . The EPA said that two canceled dicamba herbicides — XtendiMax and Engenia — will now have a five-year registration. The same five-year extension was granted to the herbicide Tavium. The EPA argued that it provides relief to farmers who were unsure how they would treat their dicamba-resistant cotton and soybean crops. "With today's decision, farmers now have the certainty they need to make plans fo.
EcoWatch 10/28/2020 08:59
By Jessica Corbett. With an estimated 66 million ballots and only a week to go until Election Day, new polling released Tuesday shows the vast majority of U.S. voters believe the nation should be prioritizing a transition to 100% clean energy and support legislation to decarbonize the economy over the next few decades. Climate Nexus, the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication, and the George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication over 2,000 registered voters online in late September and early October.
EcoWatch 10/27/2020 11:45
How does your burrito impact the environment? If you ordered it from Chipotle, there is now a way to find out. The chain on Monday launched a first-of-its kind tool called the , which allows customers to see how each of its 53 intentionally sourced ingredients compares to the industry average when it comes to key environmental metrics like and use. "Just by eating real, responsibly raised , you can do a little something to help cultivate a better world," Bill Nye of Science Guy fame said in a video promoting the feature. The Real Foodprint works like this, as . When you place an order on the Chipotle app or on the website, the tracker will show you the environmental impact of each ingredient you select compared to the conventional equivalen.
EcoWatch 10/27/2020 11:37
By Sarah Steffen. A stretch of coastline in the has received backlash from environmentalists. The heavily polluted Manila Bay area, which had been slated for cleanup, has become the site of a controversial 500-meter (1,600-foot) stretch of white sand beach. The beach, however, is anything but clean, environmentalists say. "It's an illusion," said Lia Mai Torres, executive director of the Center for Environmental Concerns Philippines. "Just because it's white it doesn't mean it's clean.". The white sand is actually crushed dolomite sourced from a mine in Cebu, in central Philippines. Using sand made from dolomite rock in such a project is highly uncommon, experts say. The large majority of sand beaches worldwide are made up of quartz and felds.
EcoWatch 10/26/2020 14:51
Are you noticing your shirts becoming too tight fitting to wear? Have you been regularly visiting a gym, yet it seems like your effort is not enough? It's okay to get disappointed, but not to lose hope. We are bombarded with the idea that being physically active, eating nutritious foods, and cutting down calorie intake will do the magic. How much time can you dedicate for each, though? That's where supplements should be given a good look. Dietary supplements for weight loss have been viewed as an excellent alternative to shed off pounds. Professionals, athletes, and ordinary citizens rely on it to stay fit and healthy while achieving their optimal function. Perhaps you've heard a thing about the ProVen supplement. Is it any good? Let this r.

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