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World's Oceans Are Choked By Over 269,000 Tonnes Of Plastic
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269,000 tonnes of plastic polluting our oceans, says study

A new study, published in the open access journal, Plos One, has found that nearly 269,000 tonnes of plastic pollution may be floating in the world's oceans.  Microplastic pollution is found in varying concentrations throughout the oceans, but estimates of the global abundance and weight of floating plastics, both micro and macroplastic, lack sufficient data to support them.  To better estimate the total number of plastic particles and their weight floating in the world's oceans, ..., 1 week ago
Oceans awash with 269,000 tonnes of plastic European Plastic Product Manufacturer, 2 days ago
World's Oceans Are Choked By Over 269,000 Tonnes Of Plastic International Business Times Australia, 1 week ago

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Oceans laden with 269,000 tons of plastic: study

chers said today after a six-year study of conditions across the globe. The findings in the journal PLOS ONE show that larger plastic debris usually lingers around the coast, but gets churned into tiny particles further from shore. These micro-plastics then ...
 Business Standard1 week ago World's oceans laden with 269,000 tons of plastic: Study  Millennium Post1 week ago Our Oceans May Hold 250,000 Tons Of Trash — 10 Times What We Thought  Business Insider5 days ago 269,000 tons of plastic in oceans  Dhaka Tribune1 week ago
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Life in a World without Microbes

Citation: Gilbert JA, Neufeld JD (2014) . PLoS Biol 12(12): e1002020. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1002020 Published: December 16, 2014 Copyright: 2014 Gilbert, Neufeld. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative ...
 PLoS Biology4 days ago A Microbe-Free World Would Suck  Business Insider20 hours ago Exercise and Diet: Impact on Gut Microbial Diversity  Diabetes Care2 days ago Imagining a World Without Microbes  The Scientist2 days ago
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Weigh-in once a week or you'll gain weight

Stepping on the scale is common among dieters but how does the frequency of weigh-ins impact weight? A new study in PLOS ONE showed that the more frequently dieters weighed themselves the more weight they lost, and if participants went more than a ...
 Science Daily3 days ago How stepping on the scales once a day helps dieters shed more pounds  Panorama.am1 day ago Little Evidence Brain Games Boost Intelligence or Prevent Dementia  Infrosoft3 days ago

Short-necked Triassic marine reptile discovered in China

Holotype of Eohupehsuchus brevicollis, WGSC V26003. Credit: Motani et al. PLoS ONE. A new species of short-necked marine reptile from the Triassic period has been discovered in China, according to a study published December 17, 2014 in the ...
 PhysOrg.com3 days ago New platypus-like dinosaur discovered in China  Red Orbit1 day ago 248 million years old fossil found in China  Daily Excelsior.com2 days ago Prehistoric platypus-like reptile uncovered  ABC Online3 days ago

Killing Wolves Backfires

A recent study out of the scientific journal PLOS One reports that killing a wolf that preys on sheep or cattle is not be the best strategy to protect the livestock. In fact, it might even increase the likelihood that the remaining wolves in the ...
 Yellowstone Journal Online4 days ago

NeuroBreak: Diet and Tinnitus, Pharma Comeuppance

Dietary factors may raise the risk for tinnitus, a British study in PLOS ONE indicated . A district judge in New York ruled that Actavis must continue selling its Alzheimer's drug Namenda IR, which loses patent protection next year and faces ...
 MedPage Today4 days ago

Weigh yourself on Wednesday to lose most weight

Dieters should weigh themselves every Wednesday to lose the most weight, according to new research. Regularly stepping on the scales really does work for those trying to shed the pounds, a study by food technology experts found. But they ...
 News.am47 minutes ago Lose Weight By Stepping On Scale More Often  Hngn.com1 day ago CBS Health: Weekly weigh-ins help dieters trim down  CBS News1 day ago Need inspiration to get rid of your pot-belly? Here's what you should do!  Hindustan Times2 days ago

Wild Blueberries Neutralizes health Effects of High-fat ...

A new study has revealed that the adverse effects of a high-fat diet can be diminished by eating blueberries, as they were shown to have beneficial effects on both blood pressure and nutrition-derived inflammatory responses. According to a ...
 MedIndia1 hour ago

Ancestors Were Able to See Full-color Spectrum 30 Million ...

Our ancestors had evolved the ability to see the full-color spectrum of visible light, except for UV around 30 million years ago; a new study has demonstrated. The scientists have finished a detailed and complete picture of the evolution of ...
 MedIndia1 hour ago Ancestors evolved ability to see full-color spectrum 30m yrs ago  Business Standard India2 days ago
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