The Many Ways to Recycle Styrofoam

The Many Ways to Recycle Styrofoam

One of the ways to recycle Styrofoam involves melting the material down in a recycling oven. Recycling ovens are designed to handle the demands of Styrofoam recycling, and can shrink the material to a fraction of its normal size by getting rid of excess air.

Encouraging Active Lifestyles

Encouraging Active Lifestyles

Children twenty or thirty years ago were very different than children today. Children years ago would come home from school, do their homework, and head outside. Whether it was going out to ride their bikes, play basketball with friends, or go to the park, children were not sitting indoors in front of the television.

Pros & Cons of Juice Cleanses: Are they worth it?

Pros & Cons of Juice Cleanses: Are they worth it?

Juice cleanses have become a rather popular diet for many people in this day and age. The majority of people opt for a juice cleanse that lasts for a brief period of time, a few days to a week, to rid the body of toxins and to even jump start better eating habits and weight loss.

1 in 10 Adults Will Suffer from Diabetes by 2030

1 in 10 Adults Will Suffer from Diabetes by 2030

Diabetes is a disease that can easily become deadly. There are so many complications that are involved as a direct result of the disease that it can easily become something that is extremely difficult for the patient to manage successfully.

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Going Green in America’s Cities

When you travel into nature, finding an eco-lodge or eco-friendly resort is becoming easier and easier. But what happens when you travel through America’s cities?The sad truth is that green travel in the U.S. pales when compared to Europe, so more than likely, your hotel wastes a ton of water; your rental car spews carbon dioxide; and your restaurant has been cleaned with harsh chemicals.

The Healthy Breakfast That Keeps You Fuller, Longer

The Healthy Breakfast That Keeps You Fuller, Longer

You know protein deserves a spot on your breakfast table. But new research presented at the American Society for Nutrition’s Experimental Biology conference suggests that the bigger the spot, the smaller your waist.

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