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Dissolvable Implant Relieves Pain On Demand Without the Use of Drugs or Opioids

A new study unveiled a small, soft, flexible implant that relieves pain on demand and without the use of drugs. The first-of-its-kind device could provide a much-needed alternative to opioids and other highly addictive medications. The biocompatible, water-soluble device works by softly wrapping around nerves to deliver precise, targeted cooling, which numbs nerves and blocks […]

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Smell of Desert Rain May Be Good for Health

Desert dwellers know it well: the smell of rain and the feeling of euphoria that comes when a storm washes over the parched earth. That feeling, and the health benefits that come with it, may be the result of oils and other chemicals released by desert plants after a good soaking, new research suggests. “The […]

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Restoring degraded soil can fight hunger and climate change. – World Economic Forum

Soil mismanagement threatens the survival of many species on Earth – including humans, according to a United Nations body. Restoring degraded farmland has the potential to ease food shortages. Healthy soil is also critical to tackling global warming. The UK…

Global climate goal could be in peril without carbon price reform – Reuters

Steam and other emissions rise from a power station in Belgrade February 7, 2012. REUTERS/Marko Djurica//File Photo Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance urges action Says failure would imperil world’s climate goal Comes…

Sustainably Speaking: Being old in the time of global warming – Press Herald

I have a new friend. Her name is Susan and she lives in Reno, Nevada. We’ve only met once in person when we were serendipitously in Tuscon, Arizona, at the same time last spring. We are both old, both social…

‘Mountainous countries face acute peril from climate change’ – The Independent

The head of one of the mountainous nations of central Asia has called on the world not to ignore countries like his hit by the consequence of global warming and the damage done to livelihoods and the local environment as…

How SCOTUS’ upcoming climate ruling could defang Washington – POLITICO

That has implications for other major rules that President Joe Biden’s agencies are writing or defending in court, including wetlands protections, limits on car and truck pollution, insurance coverage for birth control under Obamacare, and even the Trump administration’s attempts…

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