Living Well: The Food Industry Is Not Your Friend | News

Diets get a bad rap these days. There is an anti-diet movement going on that aims to end the toxic culture of unsustainable results leading to feelings of total failure and I’m for one, I’m here for that! Go to any bookstore and you’ll find shelves and shelves of books touting the easiest and fastest … Read more

GUEST APPEARANCE: Governor Hochul and DEC again reject Greenidge’s decision | Environment

GUEST APPEARANCE: Governor Hochul and DEC again reject Greenidge's decision |  Environment

Thursday, after a previous two-month delay and more than a year of advocacy by residents, business owners, winemakers, environmental activists and elected officials, the state Department of Environmental Conservation of New York has again extended its deadline to make a decision on Greenidge Generation’s Title V Air Permit Renewal. “It is outrageous that Governor Hochul … Read more

WWF report says online wildlife trade is on the rise in Myanmar | Scientific News

By ELAINE KURTENBACH, AP Business Writer BANGKOK (AP) — A report from the World Wide Fund for Nature shows that illegal online wildlife purchases are on the rise in Myanmar, threatening both public health and endangered species. The report released on Friday found that enforcement of bans on such transactions has weakened amid political unrest … Read more

UNMC, Nebraska Medicine’s Economic Impact Exceeds $5.9 Billion, Study Finds | Nebraska

UNMC, Nebraska Medicine's Economic Impact Exceeds $5.9 Billion, Study Finds |  Nebraska

OMAHA — The value to Nebraska of the University of Nebraska Medical Center and its lead clinical partner, Nebraska Medicine, reached $5.9 billion in the last fiscal year, according to a recent economic analysis. That figure rises to $6.4 billion annually with the addition of academic functions, including residency and research programs, at UNMC affiliates, … Read more