Food waste is a troubling issue in the U.S. Perfectly good food is squandered away each day, resulting in a waste epidemic. According to the National Resource Defense Council, up to 40% of the food in the U.S. is wasted. So how can you reduce your food waste at home? Here are some tips you can use to be more efficient with your food.
You may have heard of counterfeit drugs in the context of rave culture and illegal substances. However, you may be surprised to find out that there are a number of subpar, fake drugs flying around the global pharmaceutical industry itself. That’s right — people are getting counterfeit medication and suffering the consequences of it.
HIV does not exclusively affect men. As reported by the Telegraph, the dilemma now is that women have been largely left out of the treatment and awareness for this disease.
Whatever the history, eating seed corn in the literal as well as the metaphorical sense has now become business as usual, as we consume the means of generating future sustenance in the name of present advantage. The explosion of credit boosts the phenomenon exponentially.
If you look around the room where you are sitting, you will likely be able to identify at least ten sources of plastic in less than a minute. If you think about where the plastic will be in a week, month, or a few years, you will likely come to the conclusion that it will end up on a landfill, set to decompose for about 500 years.
As marketed, political activism is but a transitory and shaky prop for personal self-worth … As with any addictive process, there comes a time when no amount of effort and consumption will feed the need, and a rebound effect occurs.
Because opioids can be dangerous and potent, the physical impact of opioid use alone can take a toll on the body in various ways. It’s important to learn just how hazardous these drugs can become when misused, especially opiates like heroin and prescription opioids.
I fear that we as a society have allowed fear to propel us into a mindset more like that of Spain at the turn of the seventeenth century than we are willing to admit.
Refugees are knocking on our door, but under the Trump administration, America has shut that door most of the way. According to the International Rescue Committee, the U.S. has welcomed an average of 95,000 refugees per year since 1980. They also report that the Trump administration has put a 45,000 person cap on refugees, exclaiming: “no U.S. president, not even in the wake of 9/11, has so turned their back on refugees.”
Recognizing that immigrants are not “others” and cannot be identified by any sort of physical traits, as well as working towards eliminating the negative stigma around immigration can help in moving the nation forward.