There’s a reason why cleaners for external surfaces are not meant for your innards. They’re indiscriminate killers, not medicine.
Reports of accidental poisonings from cleaners and disinfectants are up sharply, and researchers believe it's related to the coronavirus epidemic.
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Like coral reefs, sea anemones—with their flashy, tentacle-like polyps that waggle and wave in vibrant reds, greens, pinks, and yellows—provide homes and hiding spots for dozens of fish species, most memorably the orange clownfish made famous in Finding Nemo. Also like coral, rising water temperatures associated with climate change can severely weaken these anemones, causing them to expel the tiny symbionts that keep them alive and lend them color, a process known as bleaching.
Yes, there is such a thing as thirdhand smoke and it’s more dangerous than you think.
The Great Barrier Reef is suffering from recent unprecedented coral bleaching events. But the answer to part of its recovery could lie in the reef itself, with a little help.
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The Never-Ending Battle Against Sport’s Hidden Foe
By USHA LEE MCFARLING @ushamcfarling
Our current crisis reaffirms the importance of weighing the health benefits of eating fish against chemical exposure risks.