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Damage to Planet Poses Growing Risk to Health

Human activity is damaging the planet so badly, exacerbated by climate change, that it will increasingly put our health at risk, warns a major report from the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), released on Wednesday at the UN Environment Assembly, currently taking place in Nairobi.

George Curry (Former Featured Editor)AIDS: No Time for Complacency - The CDC reported last week that the number of newly-diagnosed HIV infections among African- Americans has declined an average of 5 percent a year for the past three years.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)In With the Inny - Women are going bonkers over Britney Spears' bellybutton. Britney's bellybutton-baring half-shirts and skimpy clothes have made inny buttons a new rage
Matthew KentIllinois - Carbondale City Council split on incentive for smoke-free establishments - Earlier this year, the Carbondale City Council was divided 3-3 on whether to approve Mayor Brad Cole's proposed incentive to waive liquor license fees for bars and restaurants.
Sarah HuffmanBeing the Biggest Loser - Piles of oversized sweaters and t-shirts and mounds of once-too-tight jeans fill two closets in the entryway of our house.
Inactive WriterPrescription Cost Containment - With the absence of price containment for prescription drugs in the United States, consumers have to pay sometimes three times more than consumers in other countries.
Inactive WriterThe Roadmap for Mental Health - The U.S. has lost more than $150 billion due to a poor mental health system
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