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'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.
How we as people and communities can help in accomplishing health for all?
World Health Day is celebrated on April 7 to mark the importance of health and healthcare all around the world. Unfortunately, there are people in the world, from infants to people of very old age, who are not able to see another day because of the lack of proper healthcare facilities.
American public support for Israel hits decade low: Gallup poll
The American people’s support for Israel has fallen to its lowest level in the past decade, a new poll has found, indicating that President Donald Trump’s many controversial decisions to boost ties with Tel Aviv are alienating people back at home.
Young people in Northern Ireland keeping dying trades alive
The digital age is transforming the working world but some young people in Northern Ireland are shunning high-tech careers to follow their ancestors' ancient trades.
Japan to recognize indigenous Ainu people for first time
Japan's government introduced a bill on Friday to recognize the country's ethnic Ainu minority as an ‘indigenous’ people for the first time, after decades of discrimination against the group.
Too many older British people given 'antidepressants instead of therapy'
GPs in the UK are giving too many older people antidepressants when they are struggling with depression, and should prescribe talking therapies far more often, according to a new research.
Study: England's national parks out of reach for poorer people
From Exmoor to Northumberland, the country’s poorest people are being denied access to England’s most beautiful countryside and missing out on the mental and physical health benefits that can result, research found.
Black people more likely to die from asthma than any other race
Racial, environmental and economic problems continue to widen disparities in negative asthma outcomes for people in the US — with black being more likely to die of complications from the condition than other racial and ethnic groups — according to new research.

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