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Waters of the U.S. Rule Might be Heard by Supreme Court; $17.6 Million for Organic Research
Waters of the U.S. Rule Might be Heard by Supreme Court; $17.6 Million for Organic Research
Challenges to the EPA’s Clean Water Rule, or Waters of the U.S. rule, will probably end up in the Supreme Court—it’s just a matter of how long that will take. In a hearing on WOTUS earlier this week, a federal appeals court judge indicated the lawsuits will make their way to the high court...
Go ahead: Sugar-coat it
Go ahead: Sugar-coat it
We can thank researchers at Purdue University for helping men and women around the U.S. get a second date. Not sure why they are studying this subject, but we're not arguing with the results. Purdue's study involved 125 people who were on a first date. Researchers gave half of them a sweet drink and asked them if they thought the date might turn into a relationship. All of them said yes! The other
Research Shows Sitting Can Kill You
Research Shows Sitting Can Kill You
People who sit most of the day have a 54 percent greater risk of heart attack than those who spend a good chunk of the day standing. Researchers at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Louisiana came to this conclusion after analyzing the lifestyles of more than 17,000 men and women over 13 years. The scientists found that even non-smokers who exercise regularly and would be considered in