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TEPT Suicide Statistics, an invisible horrendous wound

PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) is a common condition that is experienced by a wide variety of different people throughout the world. The most common belief is that PTSD is only experienced by veterans who are returning from their service but in reality, PTSD is the result of any traumatic event

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Green Living

Best Countries for Green Living

Top 3 Countries for Green Living Healthy environments help contribute to healthy people. The concept of individual health being tied to the surrounding environment is increasingly being embraced. Data sets such as the Environmental Performance Index, developed by Yale University, evaluate the impact government policies have on environmental health affects

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Green Travel

Is Cuban cuisine actually to die for?

Cuban cuisine is a blend of Spanish, African, Chinese, and other Caribbean cultures. Some Cuban recipes share spices and techniques with Spanish and African cooking, with some Caribbean influence in spice and flavor. This results in a blend of the several diverse cultural influences, A small but noteworthy Chinese influence

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Environment

Ecomadera Cubana project goes out into the world

Havana, Mar 27 (Prensa Latina) The export of the first shipment of eco wood or plastic wood marks the incorporation of the non-state, private or private form of management in the province of Sancti Spiritus to the production and export of this product. Used in Cuba for beach walkways, pergolas,

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Business & Enterprise

Fashion industry failing to meet green targets

Fashion’s biggest firms are making slow progress in meeting promises to improve their environmental and social impact, according to a damning sustainability report released Monday. “Many of fashion’s biggest companies still don’t know or don’t disclose where their products come from, and the further down the supply chain you go,

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Environment

Plastic bags are recycled into the fabric to fight pollution.

Scientists have made fabrics from polythene in a move they say could reduce plastic pollution and make the fashion industry more sustainable. Polythene is a ubiquitous plastic, found in everything from plastic bags to food packaging. The new textiles have potential uses in sports wear, and even high-end fashion, according

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