Tigers could roam again in Central Asia under a new plan by the Kazakhstan government to reintroduce them in part of the country where they went extinct decades ago.
Animal assisted therapy (AAT) uses trained companion animals to promote optimal health for mind, body and spirit for people experiencing a wide range of physical and mental challenges.
Wildlife officials in Nepal Tuesday began a three week count of the country’s greater one-horned rhinoceroses. WWF staff members are part of a group conducting the census from atop captive Asian elephants.
Common constipation, in addition to being uncomfortable, can be a troubling risk factor for hemorrhoids, diverticulosis and more serious intestinal problems.
Fast food constitutes high content of fat, sodium, and sugar and have been categorized as bone robbers
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) today announced the launch of Amazon Cloud Drive (www.amazon.com/clouddrive), Amazon Cloud Player for Web (www.amazon.com/cloudplayer) and Amazon Cloud Player for Android (www.amazon.com/cloudplayerandroid). Together, these services enable customers to securely store music in the cloudand play it on any Android phone, Android tablet, Mac or PC, wherever they are. Customers can easily upload [...]
As the lights come back on in the Cook Islands, the 134th country to celebrate Earth Hour 2011 – a record breaking year for the annual lights-out event – the global community has shown it is united in commitment to a sustainable future.
Eating more fruits and vegetables- and less animal fat – is good for health. But did you known that particular fruits offer observable health benefits that can be measured in the laboratory? Some examples of what fruits can extend your life – and what science says about them:
Wheat is one of the most important cereal crops in the world, and by far the most consumed grain in the United States. Too few people enjoy it in its true whole-grain state, instead opting for the refined and highly processed breads, cakes, cookies and crackers that make up a large portion of the American diet
Gland, Switzerland – WWF welcomed the decision of the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo to withdraw the permission to drill for oil in Africa’s oldest park, Virunga.