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Gibbons’ large, long-term territories put them under threat from habitat loss

Wild gibbons living in the peat swamps of southern Borneo require between 20 and 50 hectares of forest territory for each group, making their populations particularly vulnerable to habitat loss, according to a study publishing July 31 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Dr. Susan Cheyne at the Borneo Nature foundation, and colleagues. Gibbons… Read More »

Building a bridge from farm to pharmacy – The New Food Economy

A program to prescribe fruits and vegetables to low-income New Yorkers gives independent pharmacists a boost. July 18th, 2019by Jessica Fu Access Health Home Feature Ideas Justice Policy New York City is expanding a unique prescription program that helps low-income residents with health risks afford more fresh produce. Called Pharmacy to Farm, it will now… Read More »

19 solo travel tips from Instagram’s hottest adventure girls

Solo travel is soaring, especially for women, which is why we asked the hottest adventure girls on social media for their travel tips Solo female travel is a hot topic. Anyone with even a passing interest in Instagram culture will have noticed the growing popularity of gorgeous landscapes with a striking commonality: mountaintops, forests, deserted… Read More »