Laura Reiley The Washington Post

'Laura Reiley The Washington Post' - 4 News Result(s)

  • Indoor Farming Is One Of Decade's Hottest Trends With Millions Pouring In
    World News | Laura Reiley, The Washington Post | Wednesday November 20, 2019
    The next big thing is here, all girders and concrete pads, glass roofing and gravelly dirt. Viraj Puri, co-founder of one of the nation's largest indoor farm companies, walks through the construction site, and even without the luminous frills of thousands of butter lettuces, it's easy to see that the building going up where Bethlehem Steel once sto...
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  • Drinking 2 Or More Soft Drinks A Day Increases Risk Of Early Death: Study
    World News | Laura Reiley, The Washington Post | Thursday September 5, 2019
    Hold up, diet soda drinkers. Regular consumption of soft drinks - both sugar-sweetened and artificially sweetened - was associated with a greater risk of all causes of death, according to new research published this week in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
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  • The Other Greens In Your Bagged Lettuce - Frogs, Snakes And Lizards
    Science | Laura Reiley, The Washington Post | Sunday July 28, 2019
    The first review by scientists of wild animals found by customers in prepackaged produce makes clear that frogs are the trouble, and bagged lettuce and spinach are, by and large, their preferred medium. While 21 of the 40 reported incursions under review involved amphibians, it is also the unfortunate case that rodents, snakes, lizards, birds and e...
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  • Environmental Experts Find New Way To Remove Trillion Tons Carbon Dioxide
    Science | Laura Reiley, The Washington Post | Thursday June 13, 2019
    Last month carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere surpassed 415 parts per million, the highest in human history. Environmental experts say the world is increasingly on a path toward a climate crisis.
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'Laura Reiley The Washington Post' - 4 News Result(s)

  • Indoor Farming Is One Of Decade's Hottest Trends With Millions Pouring In
    World News | Laura Reiley, The Washington Post | Wednesday November 20, 2019
    The next big thing is here, all girders and concrete pads, glass roofing and gravelly dirt. Viraj Puri, co-founder of one of the nation's largest indoor farm companies, walks through the construction site, and even without the luminous frills of thousands of butter lettuces, it's easy to see that the building going up where Bethlehem Steel once sto...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Drinking 2 Or More Soft Drinks A Day Increases Risk Of Early Death: Study
    World News | Laura Reiley, The Washington Post | Thursday September 5, 2019
    Hold up, diet soda drinkers. Regular consumption of soft drinks - both sugar-sweetened and artificially sweetened - was associated with a greater risk of all causes of death, according to new research published this week in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
    www.ndtv.com
  • The Other Greens In Your Bagged Lettuce - Frogs, Snakes And Lizards
    Science | Laura Reiley, The Washington Post | Sunday July 28, 2019
    The first review by scientists of wild animals found by customers in prepackaged produce makes clear that frogs are the trouble, and bagged lettuce and spinach are, by and large, their preferred medium. While 21 of the 40 reported incursions under review involved amphibians, it is also the unfortunate case that rodents, snakes, lizards, birds and e...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Environmental Experts Find New Way To Remove Trillion Tons Carbon Dioxide
    Science | Laura Reiley, The Washington Post | Thursday June 13, 2019
    Last month carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere surpassed 415 parts per million, the highest in human history. Environmental experts say the world is increasingly on a path toward a climate crisis.
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