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8 Foods That Naturally Whiten Teeth
By Monica Bologna
We all crave that bright, white, movie star smile. Unfortunately, as a society, we also crave coffee, red wine and tea. There are plenty of teeth-bleaching kits that provide the promise of pearly whites, but at what cost? The kits are full of chemicals which can rip away at the enamel of your teeth and the side effects of some of those ingredients can lead to cancer. Instead, why not try the natural route which will not only shine up your smile but also provide you with overall dental health.
Next time you hit the store, instead of adding a teeth whitening kit to your cart, reach for some of these natural foods to achieve a shiny smile!
This article is reposted with permission from Eco News Network.
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42 Nobel Laureates Urge Trudeau to Act With 'Moral Clarity' and Stop Climate-Wrecking Teck Frontier Mine
By Jessica Corbett
In an open letter to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, 42 Nobel laureates implored the federal government to "act with the moral clarity required" to tackle the global climate crisis and stop Teck Resources' proposed Frontier tar sands mine.
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By Tara Lohan
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By Julia Conley
Climate campaigners on Friday expressed hope that policymakers who are stalling on taking decisive climate action would reconsider their stance in light of new warnings from an unlikely source: two economists at J.P. Morgan Chase.