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Norwegian Glacier Shrinks and Marine Life Poisoned as the Globe Warms

...very year as the ocean waters warm but this year's bloom seems early, extensive and "very, very thick," say...algae. "In five years of study I have not seen a bloom this large at this particular time of year," Caron said. "It's having an extraordinary impact on pel...

Dangerous Natural Phenomena Hits Russia in 2006

...mber and early December, when plants even began to bloom in some areas," Vilfand said. Earlier, the Federal Service for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring said extreme deviations in weather patterns were observed before, but over the past decade they have become more and more frequent. Fol...

Depression During Pregnancy may be Common

... that the pressure to match up to celebrities, who bloom during pregnancy and then bounce back into shape within weeks of giving birth, could trigger low self-esteem in some women. Those who are depressed should seek medical advice as they could be helped by counseling or support groups, Briley said. S...

Fresh Fruits and Vegetables too can cause allergy!!

...e (OAS). Allergens like ragweed, which begins to bloom in mid-August, cause OAS or pollen-food syndrome. "The pollen released from ragweed is the airborne allergen most responsible for the onslaught of allergy symptoms at this time of year. In addition to sneezing and itchy, watery eyes, and symptoms o...

‘Natural Spring’ Starts A Week Ahead Now Than Before: UNH Scientit

...n the ground, length of growing season, as well as bloom dates,” said Wake, a research associate professor ...t Cornell University, collected biological data on bloom dates for apples, grapes, and lilacs. “Collectively, analyses for the northeastern U.S. indicate ...

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