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NATURECARE.LIFE sells out in 24 hours as demand surges for plant-based wholefoods
The global hospitality architect died July 17 at his home in San Juan Capistrano, California, after a six-year battle with ALS.
Summer always means water, whether it’s an ocean, lake, river, swimming pool or hot tub. But now that we’re worrying more about germs.
Activists who lit up the world last year with fiery marches and Extinction Rebellion rallies have been forced indoors by lockdowns to stop the virus ravaging their communities, so many of their protests have ground to a halt.
Amidst the pandemic, families with means are hiring tutors on their own or in groups and joining the already growing homeschooling movement.
It's okay to own a trending houseplant, but plant enthusiasts are urging people to learn the proper way to care for them.
Coming across as an attempt at starting a series, could 'The Old Guard' be Netflix's next big franchise?
French skipper Fabrice Amedeo's boat has been specially fitted with equipment to filter and store an array of plastic samples from remote areas of open water to help scientists with ocean pollution research.