PLN Daily 11-18-2011   Leave a comment

Simple system draws water from air

Many thanks to an aware PNN reader who passed on information about the recent winner of the $25,000 James Dyson Award for creation of a condensation system that can be used to irrigate plants in even the most arid areas on Earth.    Navigate to the Pure News Network or click for it here.

Air fresheners could be gassing toxins

A recent article on PNN discussed the dangers of using fabric softener cloths in your dryer. It resulted in some less than friendly e-mails from manufacturers, but we persist in our information gathering. We have learned scientists are now saying chemical additives in air fresheners can trigger allergies, asthma and other health problems.    Navigate to the Pure News Network or click for it here.

Wood heating takes some advance planning

A recent PNN article outlined how scientists are now suggesting wood burning is a more environmentally compatible means of heating than petroleum. Hot on the trail of that announcement, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is pushing for conversion of older stoves to newer EPA-approved models.    Navigate to the Pure News Network or click for it here.

Europeans reject dehydration for disease reduction

A decision by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) to reject scientific requests to change an article in their regulations acknowledging water consumption can reduce risk of disease is likely to be misunderstood.  Navigate to the Pure News Network or click for it here.

Reiki has been made a treatment modality in LA hospital

When world-renowned fashion designer Donna Karan’s husband, Stephan Weiss, was dying of lung cancer in 2001, she was distressed that there was no place in the New York hospital that offered yoga and other meditative therapies to ease his suffering. The experience galvanized her into action.  Navigate to the Pure News Network or click for it here.

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Posted November 18, 2011 by Pure Leadership in Pure Leadership News

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