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How to Make Natural Perfumes at Home

Since synthetic perfumes contain chemicals, they can trigger allergic reactions and even chronic headaches in people. Some perfumes even have toxicity levels that are...

How to Attract Dragonflies and Eliminate Mosquitoes

If you are plagued by mosquitoes and are looking for a natural way to deal with these insects, Mother Nature has a solution for...

Growing Luffa Gourds and Turning Them Into Bath Sponges

Luffa gourds, also known as ridge gourds, are a popular vegetable usually grown for creating natural sponges. People use these sponges to brush and...

6 Eco-Friendly Ideas to Implement in 2020

As our needs grow and resources become more scarce, we need to pay attention to how we are using what we have so we...

How to Prepare Your Garden for Spring Even When It’s Cold

If spring days will be arriving soon, you do not need to wait until the end of winter to prepare your garden. You can...

3 Ways That Green Energy Solutions Can Help Reduce Energy

Energy is a limited resource in every regard. Finding more sustainable ways to manage the production and usage should be in everyone's interest. If...

High-Carbon Footprint Households Identified by Sweets and Restaurant Meals, Not Higher Meat Consumption

Families with higher carbon footprints are likely to consume more confectionaries, alcohol, and restaurant food, according to a new study published in One Earth. Considering...

5 Financial Tips for Christmas

With Christmas coming up, keeping your spending habits in check is necessary to ensure that you don’t start off the New Year financially strapped....

6 Reasons Why Walking in the Rain Is Beneficial

Rain brings out various emotions in human beings. While some people absolutely love the environment created by rain and joyfully look forward to it,...

Some Safety Advice to Get You Through the Christmas Season

With Christmas coming up this month, everyone is busy planning for the holidays. But despite the fun you might have, it is important that...

Microplastics in Oregon’s Oysters With Clothing Partly to Blame

Tiny threads of plastics are showing up in Pacific oysters and razor clams along the Oregon coast — and the yoga pants, fleece jackets,...

Nuclear Fuel Alternatives After Fukushima Have Challenges Ahead

Research at The University of Manchester suggests that the preferred candidate fuel to replace uranium oxide in nuclear reactors may need further development before...

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