Tag Archives: industrialized countries

Quote: Strong on the environment

This quote is part of A Quote a Day Keeps the Doctor Away 5

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Fetal exposure to bisphenol A as a risk factor for the development of childhood asthma: an animal model study

Nakajima et al. Environmental Health   Abstract Background The prevalence of asthma in industrialized countries has been increasing dramatically and asthma is now the most common chronic disease of children in the United States. The rapidity of the increase strongly … Continue reading

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Does sex ed keep girls from becoming teen moms?

Genevra Pittman Reuters In a new study, states with more comprehensive sex education programs had lower teen birth rates — but the effect seemed to be due more to political, religious and social differences between those states than the sex … Continue reading

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Email from UNFCCC: “we won’t let Canada out of the Kyoto Convention responsibilities”

Source: WUWT Remember how this was phrased? “sign it, it’s just voluntary!” Recall Rio 1992 “Earth Summit” where the meme was “hey, it’s voluntary!…with a negotiating schedule attached”. Apparently, like a Roach Motel, “countries check in but they can’t check … Continue reading

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