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Climate change can make breathing harder

Climate change can make breathing harder

By Navah, Alexis, Kai, and Daniel, East Norriton Bulldog Bulletin | When Dr. Tyra Bryant-Stephens started practicing medicine more than 25 years ago, climate change was not on her radar, she says. Her main concern was protecting children with asthma from poor air...
Ways to cope with eco-anxiety

Ways to cope with eco-anxiety

By Healthy Trailblazer Journal reporters | Climate change is making some people uneasy, concerned, and fearful. There’s a term for this feeling: eco-anxiety. Amia Hines, a psychotherapist with The Ladipo Group in Philadelphia, says eco-anxiety is caused by “things we...
Studying the impact of microplastics on fish

Studying the impact of microplastics on fish

By Catholic Partnership Schools Healthy Courier staff | Tiny pieces of man-made material called microplastics are everywhere. They’re in rivers, near our homes, and even in the air we breathe. “It’s very likely that we all have microplastics inside of us right now,”...
Leading the way to greener travels

Leading the way to greener travels

By James Logan Healthy Eagle staff | Imagine that you are in charge of a company that has 6,000 cars and vans that travel 425,000 miles every day. But gas-powered vehicles release a lot of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, which is not healthy for the environment....
Finding nature in the city

Finding nature in the city

By William Cramp Fit Flyer staff | When Brianna Amingwa was growing up in Detroit, she didn’t know much about nature. But she knew she loved animals. She studied animal science in college and then worked at wildlife refuges in Ohio, Iowa, and Minnesota. For the past...

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