Australian State Pair Launch Sugar Cane Plastic Option

SYDNEY — Sugar cane could be the answer to Australia’s enormous plastic pollution problem, a pair of Sydney-based entrepreneurs say. About 70 billion pieces of soft “scrunchable” plastics are used in Australia each year, many of which are food packaging. Very little is recycled, and much of it ends up in landfills or the ocean. That’s a problem Grounded

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 TeleHelp 24/7 Helps Students At Historically Black Colleges Address Mental-Health Issues

WASHINGTON, D.C. — College is often seen as some of the best years of young people’s lives. However, that changed in 2020 with COVID-19. The pandemic meant students struggled to balance personal anxiety and their college studies. Many were forced to return home after living on campus, and to take up their studies in virtual classrooms.

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Psychologist Advises ‘Getting Your Mind Right’ In These Turbulent Times

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have grown accustomed to hearing certain occupations described as “essential workers.”  With the deadly pandemic combated via quarantines and vaccinations, psychologist could possibly among the most essential occupations. Dr. Natasha Manning-Gibbs says it’s unfortunate it took the coronavirus for many to address their mental health. Witnessing the closure of businesses,

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Saving San Pasqual

Shane Harris A SPA Success Story Steps In When you first arrive, you get a larger-than-life feeling, maybe it’s the mountain air or the open sky, but to me, it’s the best idea San Diego County EVER had. Any educational institution that serves in a supportive role as San Pasqual, it’s worth keeping, and frankly,

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VIDEO: River Chancer: Kayaker Rescued After Falling Out Of His Boat 

FRANKLIN, Tenn. — Firefighters from the Franklin Fire department acted swiftly to rescue a kayaker from a flooded river after his kayak capsized. The incident took place at Harpeth River in the city of Franklin, Tennessee. In a press release shared on March 28 from the City of Franklin, authorities reported that the Franklin Fire department received

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