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State Secret Revealed: Toxins Taint China's Farms
The report adds to widespread doubts about the safety of China's farm produce.
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Achoo! 7 Ways to Fight Spring Allergies
Don't let the 'pollen vortex' catch you off guard. Check out these tips for staying sniffle-free during allergy season.
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2.7 Million-Year-Old Soil Found Under Deep Ice
Buried thousands of feet beneath the highest point on Greenland's ice sheet is a soil born 2.7 million years ago, before humans walked the earth.
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Checkups and Cooldowns: The Week in Pictures
Chile fire scorches, North Korea’s marathon welcomes tourists, Holy Week brings penitents, an Orangutan gets a check-up and more.
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Four New 'Killer Sponges' Discovered in Pacific
Tiny creatures beware: carnivorous sponges do exist and they are hungry.
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Landfill on the High Seas: Why Is the Ocean Full of Trash?
The search for flight MH370 has brought attention to a pressing environmental issue: the tons of trash floating in the world's oceans.
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Sticker-Shock Steaks: Why Have Beef Prices Risen?
Drought, a smaller cattle supply, and food exports have all contributed to higher food prices in the U.S.
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'Zero-Emission' Engine Gets Ready for Prime Time
Jason Overdorf, GlobalPost Correspondent
Unlike plug-in electrics, hydrogen-powered cars have same range as those running on gasoline and can be refueled quickly. However, they're not cheap.
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