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Activate the Thymus to raise your immune system
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Activate the Thymus to raise your immune system

The thymus (in Greek, ‘thýmos’ = vital energy) is a small endocrine gland typical of vertebrate animals located between the heart and the sternum. It is a lymphoid organ that is fully developed in the first months of pregnancy of the fetus and that increases in size until adolescence.

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Could we still heal the planet, if we set our minds to it?

The year 2020 has the strange feeling of the first chapter of a dystopian novel, but the idea that something needs to be done about climate change is not new. The question then arises. Are we in time to heal the planet? Almost 30 years ago, during the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro, a strong push began to reduce consumption and move towards sustainability.
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Stop the paper company APP

Environmental and human rights organizations denounce that the Indonesian paper mill APP has been destroying tropical forests for years and ignores the rights of the population. On March 4, they denounced the poison spraying on the community of Lubuk Mandarsah. We ask investors and clients to suspend their business with APP.
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The 10 countries that lost the most virgin forest in the world

In 2019, an area of ​​primary or virgin forest equivalent to a soccer field was lost every six seconds in the tropics. Ten courts in just a minute. The data is from the new report released by Global Forest Watch, a real-time forest monitoring platform owned by the Washington-based World Resources Institute.
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Radical new invention manages to generate electricity from the shadow

A big drawback of solar power is that it doesn't generate electricity in the shade. This groundbreaking invention sounds like a futuristic Star Trek device, but is actually the brainchild of researchers at the National University of Singapore. The radical new invention takes advantage of the contrast between light and shadow areas to generate electricity.
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This will be the Earth in 2050

Climate change is one of the phenomena on this planet that threatens the life of thousands of species and even humans. This process is accelerating and will change our planet forever in the coming decades. Earth is a dynamic and changing planet, but perhaps on our historical scale we cannot perceive it.
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Due to the climate crisis, the world's forests are shorter and younger

Climatic decay and massive logging have made the world's forests significantly shorter and younger overall, according to one analysis. The trend is expected to continue, scientists say, with worrying consequences for forest capacity. to store carbon and mitigate the climate emergency and for the endangered wildlife that depends on ancient and rich forests.
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Research reveals huge amounts of plastic in raptor stomachs

We've been looking at the haunting images for years: dead seagulls and other avian creatures with their guts swollen from large quantities of various plastic objects that were inadvertently swallowed. Plastic pollution has reached epic proportions around the world and a vast number of Birds ingest pieces of plastic waste, mistaking them for fish and other foodstuffs.
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Dynamics and impacts of glyphosate on water

Compilation of bibliographic citations on works and scientific investigations of the pesticide most used in industrial agriculture in Argentina. The present work is one of the chapters of the 5th edition of the Toxicological Anthology of Glyphosate +1000 soon to be published. It refers to 81 citations of scientific articles or papers: clinical, experimental, laboratory research reports, reviews, etc.
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Five exercises for a home office with a positive environmental impact

The month of International Environment Day finds us confined, estranged and going through the most massive teleworking experiment in history and faced with all our vulnerability as inhabitants of an environment that, this time, we cannot control. Nature is sending us a message: to take care of ourselves, we must first take care of it.
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Incredibly, trees could be heating up the Arctic

Less water loss from plants causes the surrounding air to warm, and currents can carry that heat toward the poles.The Arctic is one of the fastest warming places on the planet, and scientists are not yet entirely sure why. What. Melting snow and ice may be accelerating warming.
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The tragedy of food waste

Most food waste is dumped in landfills instead of being recycled, but an abandoned landfill is being renovated.There are many pleasant stories circulating about the return of wildlife and the healing of nature as humans they pause our activity.
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Will Millennials be the green generation?

Why has it taken us so long to promote sustainable plans and products? And why are the vast majority of people still not listening? What Millennials Think: Many people are unaware that a single non-recyclable item can land an entire container of recyclables.
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