The U.S. uses about 92 million metric tons of paper annually for a variety of means. We use it to create works of art. We use it to make cards for birthdays, weddings, and “get well” message. We use it for marketing, sending about 100 million pieces of junk mail to homes every year.
One individual in Marlborough, Massachusetts used toilet paper to create an origami rose in a home that they’d broken into.
*We don’t know how this is gonna go down with folks who look up to Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., but documents ascribed to FBI spying on the late civil rights leader allege he had affairs with 40 women and watched on as a pastor raped a women in the 1960s, a new report claims.
This explosive information – which details newly released FBI memos – is scheduled to be published in the June edition of Standpoint, a UK magazine, according to the Times of London.
Many men and women use cosmetics to enhance their features or to change their look entirely. But as anyone who keeps up with the beauty community knows, there are times when the drama gets really ugly. Continue reading
After a brief hiatus in 2018, the annual Glastonbury Festival returns this June with a fresh line-up of musicians and more than a little innovation.
Diet and exercise may help to boost fertility in most men, experts say. According to experts from the Center of Male Reproductive Health at RMA of New York, various lifestyle changes have been shown to support fertility in men and improve chances of conception.
“It’s important to appreciate that when you have a couple challenged with infertility, about 40% to 50% of the time, we are able to attribute the male as the primary or contributory cause,” said Dr. Natan Bar-Chama, the director of the Center of Male Reproductive Health.
Skipping breakfast may be linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular-related death, new data shows. According to a recent study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, people who skip breakfast have an 87% higher risk of cardiovascular mortality than those who eat breakfast every day.
“Breakfast is traditionally believed as the most or at least one of the most important meals of the day, but there are not much data available to say ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to this belief,” said Dr. Wei Bao, the senior author of the study. “Our paper is among the ones that provide evidence to support long-term benefits.”
Lower prices have allowed solar power to rapidly expand in the last decade, but access to solar power hasn’t been equal. According to the Scientific American, a new study shows that communities of color have unequal access to clean energy compared to white communities, affirming what advocates have been reporting anecdotally for years.
Researchers at the University of California at Berkeley studied the imbalances in solar power deployment through data from Google’s Project Sunroof and demographic data from the U.S. Census. Project Sunroof is an initiative that maps solar rooftop panels seen from satellite images.
We all know that teachers do all they can to help their students. As such, it came as no surprise to learn that countless UK teachers are spending money from their own pocket to provide their students with the basic necessities.