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Day: March 7, 2023


Reclaiming streets as public space is not radical. Using them to store private vehicles is! (Source: Cycling Professor) Shown below: Rue Henri Dubouillon, a street in Paris, France – before and after street reclamation
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Blood sugar imbalances are a common cause of low energy throughout the day. If your body is relying on caffeine till afternoon, try having a meal with a minimum of 20-30 grams of protein. That will keep blood sugar from crashing (causing sudden drop in energy levels) a few hours after you’ve had caffeine. ~ Kristen Jakobitz
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Why cough medicines containing pholcodine can be deadly even if you took them months before surgery

Australia’s medicines regulator recently announced the immediate registration cancellation and recall of dozens of over-the-counter cough medicines and lozenges containing the active ingredient pholcodine. This is because of the risk of a sudden, severe and life-threatening allergic reaction if people are also given specific muscle relaxant drugs while under a general anaesthetic. Pholcodine is...
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Asian countries are named top ocean plastic polluters – but is it true?

Naming Asian countries as top ocean plastic polluters is misleading and misses the root of the plastic pollution crisis. As BFFP strives to shift the narrative on who is truly responsible for plastic pollution, with giant corporations in developing countries playing a critical role, it is heartening to see the vehement responses to such graphics. The responses on social media indicate good...
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