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Dirty air and the human brain: does pollution poison the mind?

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Nano-particles in air pollution linked to brain cancer risk

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Pollution could be damaging your brain, research suggests

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The elite soldiers protecting the Amazon rainforest

The Amazon is at risk from mining in French Guiana and it is the French Foreign Legion's job to protect it.
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The disease devastating deer herds may also threaten human health

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Uncovering the mechanisms linking air pollution to psychosis

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Industry studies show evidence of bias and misleading conclusions on widely used insecticide: Scientists

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Renewable energy aquaponics farm in Little Rock aims to combat world hunger

Hunger ending technology powered completely by solar and wind energy has made its way to the Natural State.

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The immune system has a say in how hard ‘teen’ rats play

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Less screentime linked to better memory, learning in kids

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Dieldrin dilemma: How dated science and fish-eating advisories may be putting brains at risk

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