“It’s a time of tremendous revolution in Parkinson’s disease,” says Un J. Kang, MD, H. Houston Merritt Professor of Neurology and Chief of the Division of Movement Disorders at Columbia University Medical Center. Significant progress has been made in understanding the multifactorial pathogenesis of this neurodegenerative disease, with a focus on genetic and environmental factors, -
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- Deficits in Cellular Recycling May Be Key in Better Understanding Parkinson’s Disease
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- China busts a group recycling used medical supplies and selling the plastic back to factories
By Yi Shu Ng - Monday Jun 12, 2017
This is pretty graphic.
Police in China have busted an underground ring that was recycling plastic to resell to manufacturers.
The illegal operation was found with more than 140 metric tonnes of used medical supplies such as syringes, urine and blood bags.
In alarming pictures supplied to local media, you can see warehouses and trucks full of used supplies strewn all over.
Workers were reportedly sorting and pulverising the plastic, while simply hosing off biowaste such as caked blood and urine, and letting the wastewater discharge into a drain. Read more...More about China, Environment, Pollution, Medical Waste, and World
- This company is using recycled materials to make magnets you didn't know you needed
By Ryan Carlos - Tuesday Jun 20, 2017
Urban Mining Company is cleanly manufacturing rare earth permanent magnets, which are need for everything from refrigerators to computers. These magnets are essential for modern technology to function, and this company is making them with recycled materials. Read more...More about Tech, Technology, Mashable Video, Energy, and Clean
- 'Louie' the 132-year-old lobster freed after spending 20 years in a restaurant
By Brian Koerber - Saturday Jun 17, 2017
After spending 20 years in a small tank in a restaurant in New York, this crustacean has been freed back into the wild.
In honor of National Lobster Month, the town of Hempstead, New York on Long Island teamed up with restaurant Peter's Clam Bar to release a massive 22-pound lobster on Friday, believed to be 132 years old.
Town Supervisor Anthony J. Santino was present during the moment to help pardon Louie, who has reportedly been sitting in a tank at the restaurant for 20 years.
"Don't be shellfish. Help the Town of Hempstead protect our wildlife," Santino wrote on his Facebook page, along with a few photos which show a proclamation of pardon from the town. Read more...More about Animals, Culture, Lobster, Culture, and Animals
- These Yoga Pants Are Reincarnated From Coffee Grounds And Crab Shells
By Elizabeth Segran - Thursday Jun 22, 2017
The yogawear company RumiX makes every piece of clothing it sells from materials that would otherwise end up in a landfill or the ocean.
For many yogis, achieving balance has to do with much more than just nailing the one-legged tree pose. It often has to do with more existential questions of being at one with the earth, which means protecting its future. This was certainly true for Melissa Chu, who grew up in the Bay Area, where everyone recycled obsessively and looked for ways to cut down their carbon footprint–when they weren’t off at a meditation retreat, that is. “Climate change was an ongoing topic of conversation,” Chu says.
- You can wear these shoes 10,125 different ways
By Alex Humphreys - Wednesday Jun 21, 2017
- See how recycled rare Earth magnets are a huge leap toward a cleaner future
By Angela Paviera - Tuesday Jun 20, 2017
Less than 1 percent of rare earth magnets that are used in everyday tools are recycled. Scott Dunn, CEO of the Urban Mining Company, believes reusing these rare magnets are critical to a cleaner future.Tech, Mashable Video, Environment, Recycle, and Eco Friendly
- Clothing Retailer Buckle Had A 6-Month Malware Infection
By Laura Northrup - Monday Jun 19, 2017
Buckle is a denim-centric clothing store that sells “medium to better–priced” clothes for men and women. It may not be a household name, but there’s probably a store near you, with around 450 locations in 44 states. The chain admitted over the weekend that its payment systems were infected with malware from Oct. 2016 to April 2017, potentially compromising customers’ …