Archive for 'Living'

Friday Night Meatballs is a heartwarming way to build community

This weekly communal dining ritual was started by a Philadelphia couple in 2013 and has been growing ever since.

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Where do you keep your compost bin?

Placing a bin within 5 feet of the front door increases composting rates by 141 percent.

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New 24-hour health guidelines address a child’s whole day

Kids need a combination of exercise, sleep, and downtime to thrive, but parents need help figuring out how to fit it all in.

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Artist’s intense landscape collages speak of grim environmental impacts

When you look up close, there is more than meets the eye.

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New study looks at the cause of recurring nightmares

Do you dream of falling, failing or being attacked night after night? New research sheds some light on nightmares.

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Green Gift Guide: For the beauty aficionado

Pamper the beauty lover in your life with one of these clean, green gift ideas.

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Our food system doesn’t need funky design. It needs better distribution networks.

There’s more than enough food to go around, so why can’t we focus on getting that to hungry people, instead of futuristic food products?

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Green Gift Guide: For the coffee lover

These coffee-related products will delight the java addict in your life.

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Italian MP wants vegan parents to go to jail

Fear of malnourishment is the primary motivation behind Elvira Savino’s proposed law, that would send vegan parents to jail for at least 1 year.

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Photos of abandoned WWII Air Force detritus dotting the pristine lands of Greenland

In “American Flowers,” photographer Ken Bowers tackles the troubling presence of contaminated trash left behind after America packed up its airfield in 1947.

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