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Scientists Use the Dark of Night to Generate Clean Energy

By Marlene Cimons

Scientist Aaswath Raman long has been keen on discovering new sources of clean energy by creating novel materials that can make use of heat and light.

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How to Make Aloe Vera Gel

By SaVanna Shoemaker, MS, RDN, LD

The aloe vera plant is a succulent that stores water in its leaves in the form of a gel.

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Why More Places Are Abandoning Columbus Day in Favor of Indigenous Peoples’ Day

By Malinda Maynor Lowery

Increasingly, Columbus Day is giving people pause.

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14 Reasons Why You're Always Hungry

By Brianna Elliott, RD

Hunger is your body's natural cue that it needs more food.

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Young activists and their supporters rally for action on climate change on Sept. 20 in New York City. Drew Angerer / Getty Images

Some of the Country’s Biggest Supporters of Climate Action? Latinos.

By Jeff Turrentine

More than 58 million people currently living in the U.S. — 17 percent of the population — are of Latin-American descent. By 2065 that percentage is expected to rise to nearly a quarter. Hardly a monolith, this diverse group includes people with roots in dozens of countries; they or their ancestors might have arrived here at any point between the 1500s and today. They differ culturally, linguistically and politically.

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18 Unique and Healthy Vegetables

By Jillian Kubala, MS, RD

Commonly consumed vegetables, such as spinach, lettuce, peppers, carrots, and cabbage, provide abundant nutrients and flavors. It's no wonder that they're among the most popular varieties worldwide.

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The Story of Plastic: New Film Exposes the Source of Our Plastic Crisis

By Tara Lohan

Prigi Arisandi, who founded the environmental group Ecological Observation and Wetlands Conservation, picks through a heap of worn plastic packaging in Mojokerto, Indonesia. Reading the labels, he calls out where the trash originated: the United States, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Canada. The logos range from Nestlé to Bob's Red Mill, Starbucks to Dunkin Donuts.

The trash of rich nations has become the burden of poorer countries.

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How Much Caffeine Does Tea Have Compared with Coffee?

By Lisa Wartenberg, MFA, RD, LD

Caffeine's popularity as a natural stimulant is unparalleled.

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