How I Cured My Caffeine Addiction (and you can, too!)

January 8, 2019 by  
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Can Single Serve Coffee Be Environmentally Friendly?

April 8, 2016 by  
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Let’s face it – consumers have become smarter and much more frugal. They know it takes less effort to get their caffeine kick from a single serve coffee pod rather than preparing a tradition brew. By doing this they can also save hundreds of…

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Why One Family Of Four Chose To Downsize To 900 SF

April 8, 2016 by  
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As the US economy improves, the size of most new homes continues to expand. The average new home is now more than 2,600 square feet, compared to less than 1,000 square feet in 1950. Keep in mind that the average family size has shrunk considerably…

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Funky bracelet lets coffee lovers absorb caffeine through their skin

February 23, 2016 by  
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Much like wearing your heart on your sleeve, now you can wear your caffeine on your wrist. Joule , a new caffeinated bracelet, literally lets you soak up your daily caffeine fix through a patch. According to the product’s Indiegogo page, the patch is perfect for those who love coffee, but would also love to avoid staining their pearly whites. If you’re on the run and simply don’t have time for a traditional cup of joe, now you can just slap on a Joule! Read the rest of Funky bracelet lets coffee lovers absorb caffeine through their skin

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Amazon pipeline spill leaks 3,000 barrels of oil into rivers that provide water to indigenous communities

February 23, 2016 by  
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The wild Amazon jungle is often thought to be one of the most pristine places on Earth—lush with greenery, home to exotic animals, and capable of absorbing carbon pollution. However, those same rainforests have become fragile due to deforestation and now a ruptured oil pipeline in Peru has leaked 3,000 barrels of oil into the already delicate environment. A landslide caused the spill, polluting rivers that provide water to eight different native communities. Read the rest of Amazon pipeline spill leaks 3,000 barrels of oil into rivers that provide water to indigenous communities

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UK Paper Company Invents Technology to Recycle Disposable Plasticized Coffee Cups

July 18, 2013 by  
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Photo via Shutterstock For most caffeine consumers on-the-go, a good dose of java or tea in the morning is of primary concern. What the liquid is housed in seems to escape attention, being tossed in a trash bin without much thought as to where all the waste goes or how much material was needed to create the one-time container. Until now, the plastic content in disposable coffee cups have made them difficult to recycle . Thanks to new technology developed by UK paper company, James Cropper the little vessels can finally take their place next to bottles and cans for a chance at a second life. Read the rest of UK Paper Company Invents Technology to Recycle Disposable Plasticized Coffee Cups Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: caffeine , coffee , cumbria , disposable coffee cup , guardian , james cropper , mark cropper , Paper , plastic , Recycle , reusable cups , UK , united states        

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Kite Patch Can Make You Invisible to Mosquitoes for 48 Hours

July 18, 2013 by  
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The Kite Patch is a sticker you can attach to your shirt that contains a chemical to repel mosquitoes for up to 48 hours. A venture group called ieCrowd is working to bring the patch to the market, and it hopes to get enough funding to provide the patch to developing countries where it might aid in the fight against malaria and other mosquito-borne illnesses. Read the rest of Kite Patch Can Make You Invisible to Mosquitoes for 48 Hours Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: health issues , ieCrowd , kite patch , Kite Patch ieCrowd , mosquito attack , mosquito bite , mosquito patch , mosquito protection , mosquito-borne diseases , mosquitos , WHO , World Health Organization        

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Drinking Coca-Cola Killed New Zealand Mom, Coroner Concludes

February 12, 2013 by  
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Liv friis-larsen / Shutterstock A 31 year old mother from New Zealand died three years ago from drinking too much Coca-Cola , a coroner has found. Natasha Harris was addicted to the beverage, according to her family, and drank up to 10 liters a day. If she went without, they said she would get “the shakes.” All of her teeth had been removed as a result of tooth decay, and some of her eight children inherited bad teeth as well. She died of cardiac arrest. Read the rest of Drinking Coca-Cola Killed New Zealand Mom, Coroner Concludes Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: caffeine , cardiac arrhythmia , Coca Cola , drinking too much coke , Health , New Zealand , News , sugar , the shakes , woman dies from coke

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coffee’s for the birds.

February 5, 2010 by  
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You’ve probably heard of free trade coffee but how bout shade grown or bird friendly coffee? Coffee is an enormous agribusiness and therefore requires an enormous amount of land to get that morning joe into everyone’s mug.

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Women With High PBDE Levels 50 Percent Slower to Conceive, New Study Says

January 28, 2010 by  
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Photo by daviddesign via Flickr. Guest blogger Cara Smusiak is a journalist and regular contributor to NaturallySavvy.com ‘s Naturally Green section.

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