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I normally don't respond to every argument by folks who oppose protecting the polar bear under the Endangered Species Act because, well, it's just not worth the bother. But this bit of idiocy in the Miami Herald just cries out f
The evening baby bath routine is one of the simple pleasures of life for young parents. My three girls loved playing in the water. And seeing their unfettered delight in splashing in the water calmed me down after harried days.
Last year was a momentous one for the environment. Green issues screamed across the headlines, as every company, every magazine cover, every state, every politician wanted to get on the green bandwagon.
Roses, the symbol of love, are often the gift of choice on Valentine’s Day. They look beautiful, they smell beautiful, and they are the calorie-free preference to chocolates.
Over a meeting lasting four days last week, a panel of scientific experts reviewed the data underlying the US Environmental Protection Agency's proposal to ban all domestic uses of carbofuran (trade name Furadan