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Scientists identify an aquatic moss capable of removing arsenic from contaminated water in just ONE HOUR

https://naturalnews.com/2018-05-15-aquatic-moss-capable-of-removing-arsenic-from-contaminated-water.html

A group of researchers has found that the aquatic moss Warnstofia fluitans has the innate ability to quickly absorb as well as adsorb arsenic directly from water. ... The researchers, who hail from Sweden’s Stockholm University, said that the aquatic moss is capable of removing arsenic from bodies of water quite easily. "...

Amazon workers forced to use pee bottles out of fear of being punished for going to the restroom

https://naturalnews.com/2018-05-15-amazon-workers-forced-to-use-pee-bottles.html

Sources include: UK.BusinessInsider.com TheSun.co.uk Previous :Scientists identify an aquatic moss capable of removing arsenic from contaminated water in just ONE HOUR Next : A sperm whale was found dead on a Spanish coast after consuming 29 kilos of plastic pollution - More news on Amazon Voice assistants Siri and Alexa creating RUDE, ANTISOCIAL children Amazon suspends construction of new warehouses in Spain as consumer demand continues to plummet Woman sues Amazon over $10K startup ...

Inspired by nature, new "slippery rough surface" material harvests water out of air

https://naturalnews.com/2018-05-14-inspired-by-nature-new-slippery-rough-surface-material-harvests-water-out-of-air.html

Sources include: Nanowerk.com Advances.ScienceMag.org Previous :The definition of insanity… Yo-yoing between a terrible diet and extreme restrictions MAKES you fat; a healthy weight requires consistent healthy choices Next : Scientists identify an aquatic moss capable of removing arsenic from contaminated water in just ONE HOUR - More news on clean water Levee construction underway in Mississippi River to keep salt water out of drinking water amid record low water levels Parts of ...

Scientists study how plants maintain water balance in hopes of improving agriculture

https://naturalnews.com/2019-08-29-how-plants-maintain-water-balance-improving-agriculture.html

The researchers then used available data for the moss Physcomitrella patens to compare related genes. They discovered that the moss did not have a specific gene for stomatal bearing tissue. "...

Air pollution has gone from environmental concern to public health threat; authorities are calling for tighter standards

https://naturalnews.com/2019-02-10-air-pollution-public-health-threat.html

North America and Europe in particular have seen how acid rain harms aquatic life in the lakes. ... Sources include: TheGuardian.com SparetheAir.com AirQualityNews.com NCBI.NLM.NIH.gov Previous :Vaccinating against chickenpox often causes shingles, even in children Next : Fight air pollution with tires that clean the air as you drive: Goodyear proposes tread made with integrated living moss - More news on acid rain Air pollution has gone from environmental concern to public health ...

Why beavers could be the key to negating the effects of environmental pollution

https://naturalnews.com/2018-06-24-beavers-negating-the-effects-of-environmental-pollution.html

. - They also live a semi-aquatic life with closable nostrils and ears and transparent eye membranes. - Both male and female beavers have castors, or a pair of scent glands, at the base of their tails. The secretions from these glands, a musk-like substance known as castoreum, are used to mark their territory. - Beavers live in lodges, or little dome-shaped houses made from grass, moss plastered with mud, and woven sticks. - Lodges are built on various bodies of water, just above ...

Celebrities are Smarter than

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Barack Obama, Oprah, Tom Cruise, Demi Moore, Kate Moss and Julianne Moore have all been labeled scientifically illiterate by the UK non-profit Sense About Science, which you'll learn more on below. ... Kate Moss and Demi Moore were attacked over the idea that superfood diets could somehow "detoxify" the body. "...

Celebrities are Smarter than

https://naturalnews.com/025182_skeptics_medical_myths.html

Barack Obama, Oprah, Tom Cruise, Demi Moore, Kate Moss and Julianne Moore have all been labeled scientifically illiterate by the UK non-profit Sense About Science, which you'll learn more on below. ... Kate Moss and Demi Moore were attacked over the idea that superfood diets could somehow "detoxify" the body. "...