|Thank the National Marine Fisheries Service for its Jaw-Some Work!|
Thanks to climate change, sharks and other ocean animals are facing big challenges. Sea temperatures are warming, coral reefs are dying, and fish populations are struggling.
Recently, the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) released a regional plan to implement a new climate science strategy to monitor the effects of climate change on the Pacific Ocean.
This plan is a step in the right direction, as it will help federal agencies, scientists, and regional fish managers prepare for the effects of climate change. Countless sharks and other ocean animals are at reduced risk thanks to the NMFS hard work.
For today's Daily Action, sign your name to thank the National Marine Fisheries Service for its jaw-some work!
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|5 Easy Ways to Slash Your Type 2 Diabetes Risk|
10% of Americans today have diabetes, and millions more are pre-diabetic. Your diet plays a key factor in your risk of getting diabetes, so it's important to cut down on the sugar and increase your vegetable intake.
For today's Secondary Action, check out these 5 easy ways to flash your type 2 diabetes risk.
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