Addiction: Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places

“These violent delights have violent ends/And in their triumph die, like fire and powder/Which, as they kiss, consume.” ― William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet Tragic love stories are timeless. Toxic relationships have gripped human intrigue for at least as long as written records have existed. Poor old Romeo and Juliet —two long-dead, fictitious star-crossed lovers—  …

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Trouble in Paradise: “Coral Crusader” Concerned About Mysterious Marine Killer

Is the Navy and RIMPAC –Rim of the Pacific Exercise: world's biggest global ocean warfare exercise and experimentation –  polluting ocean life with an invisible but deadly carcinogen, adversely affecting human life in coastal communities? One concerned citizen explains how electromagnetic radiation may be corroding coral and damaging DNA, resulting in tumors and other debilitating effects for animals and humans …

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Environmental Activist Takes Flint One Step Closer to Lead-Free Pipelines

In response to the ongoing lead crisis in Flint, Michigan, environmental activist Lois Gibbs recently visited the city to share organizational strategies with community leaders, demanding infrastructure investment for the reconstruction of water pipes. Representing her own organization, the Center for Health, Environment & Justice (CHEJ), she also went to the Council on Environmental Equality …

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