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We wish air pollution didn’t kill people, but it does, says WHO
The World Health Organization (WHO) responded to Union Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change Prakash Javadekar, days after he said there was no established link between air pollution and a shorter life span.
People in green cities live longer
City dwellers tend to live longer if they are in leafy neighborhoods, according to a study that linked green areas to lower rates of premature death.
Lack of sleep may explain why poor people are more at risk of heart disease
A lack of sleep may be why poor people are more at risk of heart disease, a new study suggests.
Two people in critical condition as violence rages on in Hong Kong
Two people are in critical condition in Hong Kong as the Chinese territory witnessed yet another round of violent clashes between protesters and police that disrupted traffic and subway services in the Chinese territory.
Immersion in virtual reality scenes of the Arctic helps to ease people's pain
Watching immersive 360 videos of icy Arctic scenes helps to relieve intense burning pain and could hold hope for treating chronic pain, a small study has found.
Turkey’s Syria incursion displaces over 300,000: Monitor
Turkey's offensive against Kurdish-controlled areas of northeastern Syria has displaced over 300,000 people, a report says.
Tourism to bring people of Iran, Pakistan closer
Thousands of Pakistanis visit Iran for religious and cultural purposes each year, showing the people of two countries can be brought further close to each other through promotion of bilateral tourism.
Flu-like illness could kill 80 million people in just 36 hours
A flu-like illness could kill 80 million people across the world in just 36 hours, according to experts. They've warned the world is not prepared for the “very real threat” of a pandemic.
Obesity pandemic shifting cancer to younger people in US
A new study looking at incidence of disease data in the US from 2000 to 2016 found a shift in obesity-associated cancers (OACs) to younger individuals. Typically, these cancers are diagnosed at higher rates among people older than 65. The most notable findings pertain to increases in these OACs among non-Hispanic Black and Hispanic women and men for whom certain cancers increased by 200-400 percent.
'People should be terrified': One teen's hunger strike over the climate crisis
Food shortages, social disruption and riots. That’s the future 19-year-old Giovanni Tamacas envisioned during the 10 days he starved himself in the US capital in a hunger strike protest at the lack of action to thwart the climate crisis.
Most UK people back drinks bottles deposit scheme, survey finds
Almost three-quarters of Britons would support a nationwide deposit return system for plastic and glass drinks bottles and aluminum cans, a survey has found.
How to get people to care more about environment news
The Environment Bureau of Hong Kong has kicked off a three-month public consultation on the city’s long-term decarburization strategy.
UK ministers may advise on how much sleep people need
UK ministers are reportedly planning to issue guidance on how much sleep people should be getting every night.
People, health workers lack awareness of lupus
Many people in Nepal have neither heard about the disease named lupus nor know anything about what the disease is.

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