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ItâEUR(TM)s Not Easy for Women to Own Land in India. One Woman Died Fighting for Hers.
Society & Culture  (tags: India, women, culture, death, ethics, women's rights, law )

Carol
- 45 minutes ago - washingtonpost.com
SOHAGPUR, India âEUR" It was her land, she said, and she was tired of her uncle planting his wheat and grazing his cows on her property without paying rent.
Rare Deer Survives Decades Of War In Afghanistan
Animals  (tags: Afghanistan, deer, Bactrian deer, war, extinct, extinction, wildlife, wildanimals, environment, ethics, GoodNews )

Carol
- 50 minutes ago - huffingtonpost.com
The conflict-torn nationâEUR(TM)s conservation wins are an important lesson in resilience and hope.
The Human and Animal Costs of India's Unregulated Coal Industry
Animals  (tags: India, elephants, mining, sadness, wildlife, suffering, AnimalWelfare, environment, habitat )

Carol
- 1 hour ago - bbc.com
"...unregulated mining has caused serious health and environmental issues, and led to growing conflicts between elephants and humans."
Two People Charged With Felonies After Their Dog Was Rescued in Terrible Condition
Animals  (tags: abuse, abused, animalcruelty, animalwelfare, crime, cruelty, ethics, dogs, pets, suffering, rescued, AnimalWelfare, Ohio, House Bill 60 (nicknamed Goddard’s Law )

Carol
- 1 hour ago - lifewithdogs.tv
A couple from Hamilton, Ohio has been charged with felony animal cruelty charges after their dog was found starving and nearly dead. Duke, as he is called, was found at about 3PM on Monday by a night manager at MinnickâEUR(TM)s Drive-Thru searching for food.
FDA Tests Confirm Oatmeal, Baby Foods Contain Residues of Monsanto Weed Killer
Health & Wellness  (tags: Monsanto, Glyphosate, children, diet, cancer, disease, food, government, safety, health )

Carol
- 1 hour ago - huffingtonpost.com
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which is quietly starting to test certain foods for residues of a weed killing chemical linked to cancer, has found the residues in a variety of oat products, including plain and flavored oat cereals for babies.
High Hitler: How Nazi Drug Abuse Steered the Course of History
Society & Culture  (tags: world, war, violence, society, ethics, conflict, drugs, medicine, risks, safety )

Wilde
- 1 day ago - theguardian.com
German writer Norman Ohler's astonishing account of methamphetamine addiction in the Third Reich changes what we know about the second world war The book in question is The Total Rush- or, to use its superior English title, Blitzed-which reveals the as
Portuguese Farmers Turn Backs on MonsantoâEUR(TM)s GMO Maize
World  (tags: Monsanto's GMO Maize Rejected )

Michael
- 1 day ago - sustainablepulse.com
Portuguese farmers are turning their backs on MonsantoâEUR(TM)s genetically modified MON810, which is the only GM crop commercially grown in the European Union, according to the Portuguese government.
Stop Breeding Painful Genetic Defects Into Innocent Cats PETITION
Animals  (tags: animals, cats, cruelty, suffering )

Anna
- 1 day ago - forcechange.com
Scottish Fold cats suffer from a genetic defect that stunts the development of cartilage. Not only does it give them their distinctive ear-fold, but causes severe bone and cartilage abnormalities throughout their bodies that lead to severe and painful
The First Outbreak of Drug-Resistant Gonorrhea Hits the U.S. | HIVPlusMag.Com
Health & Wellness  (tags: gonorrhea antibiotics resistant, STDs, Drug Resistant Gonorrea, gonorrhea, Hawaii, Antibiotic resistance, health, disease, illness, healthcare, science, society, warning, safety, treatment, medicine )

Cat
- 1 day ago - hivplusmag.com
Here it comes! Yes, the clap is back and it's worse than ever. Doctors and health workers have warned for years that overuse of antibiotics would lead to this happening: a new strain of antibiotic-resistant gonorrhea
Toxic Algae Blooms Set Historic Records From Coast to Coast
Environment  (tags: Algae Blooms )

Michael
- 1 day ago - ecowatch.com
Toxic algal blooms aren't just a problem in Florida. They've popped up in more than 20 states, with ongoing blooms choking waterways and aquatic life from California to the Chesapeake Bay.
 
 
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