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Coal Ash Spill Reveals Risks, Lapses in Waste Regulation
Science & Tech  (tags: destruction, ecosystems, energy, environment, habitatdestruction, humans, politics, pollution, science, suffering, nature, wildlife, abuse, americans, children, culture, dishonesty, family, health, humans, disease, research, risks, energy, technology )

Kathleen
- 1927 days ago - truthout.org
"The coal ash spill in Tennessee last month is putting a spotlight on whether the ash from 450 other power plants around the country could be contaminating the nation's drinking water supplies."
You Gave Your Child a Cell Phone. Now What?
Science & Tech  (tags: Gizmos, health, humans, interesting, news, research, safety, study, tech, technology, investigation, abuse, Body-Mind-Spirit, children, family, news, prevention, protection, study, warning, risks, safety )

Club
- 1981 days ago - clubfemina.com
After the purchase parents have many decisions to make - about controlling content, locating the phone remotely, limiting usage and setting expectations about how to use it
Mother's Diet Influences Infant Sex: High Energy Intake Linked To Conception Of Sons
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, research, investigation, children )


- 2187 days ago - sciencedaily.com
New research by the Universities of Exeter and Oxford provides the first evidence that a child's sex is associated with the mother's diet.
Google Enlists Video ID Tools to Fight Child Porn
Science & Tech  (tags: Google, children, software, video recognition, Child Victim Identification Program )

Pami
- 2196 days ago - msnbc.msn.com
Google Inc. is enlisting the same image-recognition technology the company uses to trace copyright violations on its YouTube video site to fight online child pornography, the company said on Monday.
Kids Have To THUMBSCAN For School Lunch   video
Science & Tech  (tags: child, children, concept, design, discovery, environment, fingerprint, GeneticEngineering, Gizmos, humans, interesting, internet, lunch, news, NewTechnology, schools, investigation, performance, research, safety, science, society, study, tech, technology )

Todd
- 2209 days ago - youtube.com
Lets get the children taught early to comply with the New World Order Governing technics. Also coming to a grocery store near you someday. Don't comply they shut your credit limit and cash supply off.
Earth Hour 08: Did It Matter?
Science & Tech  (tags: greenliving, conservation, Sustainabililty, energy, business, CO2emissions, globalwarming, children, humans, government, ethics, ecosystems, nature, environment, CO2emissions, globalwarming, discovery, NewTechnology, scientists )

Bonnie
- 2211 days ago - time.com
Although we risk green fatigue, the technologies that will decarbonize energy are developing. And that will only happen if we keep climate change near the top of our political agenda. Earth Hour, Earth Day, Earth Year -- We'll need it ....all.
Science Daily: Nematodes Instead of Pesticides
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, ecosystems, protection, environment, Sustainabililty, organic, Sustainabililty, greenliving, children, prevention, safety, research, discovery, science )

Bonnie
- 2216 days ago - sciencedaily.com
Alternatives: 1.2 Billion Pounds Pesticides Are Used in the U.S. Each Year July 1, 2007 -- An Ohio State University entomologist affiliated with the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center has r
High-School Scientists Decode DNA Sequence, Present Findings
Science & Tech  (tags: science, USA, children, research, study, scientists, society, concept, technology, students )

JR
- 2219 days ago - nsf.gov
New Jersey students publish their findings,present their work at the National Science Foundation.The students 'presentation was greeted with respect & appreciation by scientists from biosciences & computer sciences,as well as those who work in science edu
Kidzui Creates a New Online Environment for Kids
Science & Tech  (tags: computers, interesting, internet, children, humans, technology )

Linda
- 2221 days ago - cnet.com
Kidzui is a new web browser designed for kids ages 3 to 12 years old. Rather than operating from a filtering mindset, Kidzui is trying to build the internet for kids from the ground up. Content is reviewed by an editorial staff of teachers and parents,
Parents Ignore Risks of Exposing Their Kids to Their Cigarette Smoke!
Science & Tech  (tags: environment, humans, protection, research, science, suffering, abuse, activists, americans, child, children, death, culture, dishonesty, environment, ethics, freedoms, health, interesting, news, safety, society, disease, cancer, family, illness, medicine )

Susan
- 2224 days ago - sciencedaily.com
Measurements of nicotine levels from household air and children's hair samples also indicated high exposure (78 %) to secondhand smoke among those living with a smoker.
Moov Toy Concept Allows Kids to Build the Vehicle They Want
Science & Tech  (tags: toys, children, moov, concept, vehicle, creativity, nicoleterrycreates, technology, society, computer, business, design, discovery, nicole terry, gizmos )


- 2226 days ago - autobloggreen.com
"BergToys has a great idea for a human-powered children's toy: Moov. The concept is your basic kid's big-wheel or push scooter but the parts of the toy are interchangeable and they allow a child to make several different kinds of vehicles."
A New Breed of Superheroes Battle Online Child Predators.
Science & Tech  (tags: internet, children, sexual assault, online, predators, pedophiles, interesting, society, safety, computer )

Sherry
- 2228 days ago - imperfectparent.com
if we spent our entire day dwelling on all the cruelty and injustice in the world, most of us would wind up in the fetal position under the covers and not get anything done. There are those that take it to extremes, and never watch the news for this very
Women Abused as Children Spend 1/3 More on Health Care
Science & Tech  (tags: abuse, activists, children, culture, ethics, family, health, humans, interesting, news, police, rights, sadness, safety, society, violence, women, abuse, babies, Body-Mind-Spirit, disease, drugs, environment, illness, interesting, investigation, medicine )

Susan
- 2248 days ago - sciencedaily.com
Middle-aged women who suffered physical or sexual abuse as children spend up to one-third more than average in health-care costs, according to a long-term study of more than 3,000 women.
Why Ban Cluster Bombs?
Science & Tech  (tags: munitions, cluster, bombs, civilians, technology, military, children, death, injury )

Gregory
- 2250 days ago - fcnl.org
In the last 10 years, the U.S. has used cluster bombs in civilian-populated areas of the former Yugoslavia, Afghanistan and Iraq. The U.S. arsenal includes nearly 1 billion bomblets. Some do not go off but remain a threat to the population.
Breathing Dirty Air Can Lower Kids' I.Q.
Science & Tech  (tags: ClimateChange, CO2emissions, conservation, endangered, energy, environment, globalwarming, habitatdestruction, nature, humans, pollution, protection, science, suffering, world, business, consumers, corruption, corporate, energy, law, marketing, money, soc )

Susan
- 2250 days ago - reuters.com
Kids who live in neighborhoods with heavy traffic pollution have lower IQs and score worse on other tests of intelligence and memory than children who breathe cleaner air, a new study shows.
 

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