April 05, 2020

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Alternative Use of the Week from AltUse.com

AltUse Tip for the Week of December 28, 2009 Use Vodka to clean your eyeglasses. Wipe the lenses with a soft, clean cloth...

U.S. Senate passes healthcare bill

Senate Democrats supported the most dramatic shifts in health policy in four decades, overcoming firm opposition from Republicans who say the program is...

EPA says greenhouse gases endanger human health

United States is aggressively taking actions to combat global warming, even though Congress has yet to act on climate legislation

GE's Healthymagination Showcase

A sneak peek at GE's Healthymagination Showcase, a New York storefront envisioning the future of health care, as designed by Local Projects, Thinc...

Five Creative Ways to Improve Health Care in the Developing World

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announced that it has bestowed 76 grants of $100,000 each to scientists who have come up with...

Highland Malaria

As temperatures continue to warm around the world, malaria looks over to strengthen its hold over communities.

Diet Coke Can Kill You

The National Cancer Institute identified a significant and impressive increase in brain cancer starting in about 1984

Pres. Obama's Health Reform Speech

Pres. Obama delivers his health reform program to a joint session of Congress.

Local Chefs Compete, Organic Style

Watch this video about the Autry National Center to learn about organic foods

EPA Fails To Inform Public About Weed-Killer In Drinking Water

A weed killer known as Atrazine has been found to exceed federal safety limits in drinking water in four states and the EPA...




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