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Real or synthetic Christmas tree? This is the question we ask ourselves every year in view of the holidays, especially when our priority is to choose an eco-friendly Christmas tree that respects the environment and does not pollute. We often...
Vegan is nice. This is, more or less, the slogan of the World Vegan Day celebrated yesterday 1 November all over the world. The day was an opportunity to take stock of the growing interest in vegan products, not...
Pink October, the month of breast cancer prevention, is coming to an end. On the other hand, the attention paid to prevention, specifically oncology, must never be interrupted, despite the fact that the spotlight of Healthcare is, in this...
Plastic baby bottles release an average of 4 million microplastic particles per liter of formula milk fed. The data is the result of a study conducted by John Boland of Trinity College Dublin in Ireland, which also specified that...
An innovative sensor will allow rapid, reliable and low-cost tests to diagnose the virus infection responsible for Covid: just blow into a straw connected to a specific device to have a reliable response in 10/15 minutes. The device was...
They were once considered the "bread of the poor" for their extraordinary energetic and nutritional properties. Chestnuts, a typical autumn fruit, have a high nutritional power and bring numerous benefits to the body: chestnut flour is obtained from their...
How many natural resources are Italian intensive farms consuming? While the strategy of the future CAP is under discussion these days, Greenpeace has tried to answer this question by measuring the ecological balance of the sector together with researchers...
Among the characteristics of graphene, its possible anti-viral power has attracted particular interest in the last period: a research conducted by a team of the Department of Neuroscience of the Catholic University of Rome led by Prof. Massimiliano Papi,...
Contact with nature is good for children as well as adults. Being outdoors, in fact, compensates for many of the ailments associated with confinement in urban spaces, and especially indoors, in children and young people, and affects brain and...
Boxes, bottles, cans. Waste. Abandoned in the street, in the markets, under the bridges. Ignored by anyone. Inert. Until night falls and they discover they can have a different future. In a word, recycling. Trash, the new animated film that...

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