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Is Climate Change Impacting Your Mental Health?

Photo Credit: Berkomaster/Shutterstock We already know that climate change comes with major open health implications, like the widespread of illness as climate refugees flee their homelands and live in close-packed conditions with unsound sanitation. What we’re now flourishing to know is that this includes not just physical, but also mental health. If universe governments don’t …

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National Park Advisory Board Members Resign Citing ‘Profound Concern’ with Trump Administration

A marmot in front of Hidden Lake and Reynolds Mountain in Glacier National Park, USA.Photo Credit: Wikipedia / Tobias Klenze Nearly the whole National Park Advisory Board quiescent en masse this week out perfect disappointment with the Trump administration and generally Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke. The house pronounced Zinke hasn’t …

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Emerging GOP Leader in Virginia Abruptly Quits Republican Party Because of Trump’s Racism

Kyle McDaniel alongside his wife, Katie, during a revisit to the White House.Photo Credit: Kyle McDaniel around Facebook “I’m totally out.” That’s what 28-year-old Republican activist Kyle McDaniel, who served on the party’s state executive cabinet for two years, told the Washington Post after President Donald Trump’s leaked remarks job African nations …

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Trump Demands CNN’s Jim Acosta Leave Oval Office, Deputy Press Secretary Later Screams at Him

Photo Credit: CNN In a overwhelming display, President Donald Trump forked a finger at CNN arch White House match Jim Acosta before demanding he leave. “Out,” was the sudden authority from the president. Acosta had pulpy Trump on his extremist remarks about immigrants, in which he referred to African nations …

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