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Make ‘Plastic Free July’ Lifestyle Changes Stick for Good

Published 07-12-21

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The Ocean Conservancy’s 33rd Annual International Coastal Cleanup pulled 45 million plastic pieces from waterfronts around the world. Plastic bags of all sorts (1.9M) beverage bottles (1.7M) and plastic bottle caps (1.3M) were among the top 10 items beach-cleaning volunteers found.

Diets are bad for losing weight and keeping it off for good. That 30-day cleanse or month-long no carb diet might help you temporarily take off a few pounds, but as soon as you go back to your old lifestyle, the pounds come back too. We should all take the same approach

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An elderly couple in Spain kissed through plastic film because of COVID-19. An AP photographer just won a Pulitzer for photographing the moment.

Emilio Morenatti began photographing the elderly in Spain during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, when it was decimating communities throughout Europe, and provided a glimpse into what was happening to the most vulnerable populations internationally for the remainder of the year.

A devastating view of a body on a gurney next to a Christmas tree two days before the holiday. An elderly couple hugging and kissing through a plastic film screen. The body of a person holding a rosary while lying peacefully in a coffin.

For his work, the Barcelona-based photographer was awarded the 2021 Pulitzer Prize in

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These new Barbies are made from sea-bound plastic | Lifestyle

Whether you’re buying Elvis Presley records, successfully completing crossword puzzles (without cheating), or eating cronuts, you may have been in fashion at some point in your life.

Merriam-Webster defines a fad as “a practice or benefit that has lasted for some time with exaggerated enthusiasm: enthusiasm.” Although some fads and trends do fall into the temporary category (think of swallowing goldfish), Barbie The doll remains a venerable icon to this day.

Stacker We scrutinized historic accounts, company websites, news media, and other sources to find the most popular trends from 1920 to today. They range from strange to energetic. Here

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