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'They're everywhere': Microplastics in oceans, air and human body

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PARIS: From ocean depths to mountain peaks, humans have littered the planet with tiny shards of plastic. We have even absorbed these microplastics into our bodies, with uncertain implications. Images of plastic pollution have become familiar: A turtle suffocated by a shopping bag, water bottles washed up o
5 months ago·Paris, France

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"They're Everywhere": Microplastics In Oceans, Air And Human Body

From ocean depths to mountain peaks, humans have littered the planet with tiny shards of plastic. We have even absorbed these microplastics into our bodies -- with uncertain implications.

5 months ago·New Delhi, India
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'They're Everywhere': Microplastics In Oceans, Air And Human Body

'They're everywhere': microplastics in oceans, air and human body

5 months ago·United States
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‘They’re everywhere’: Microplastics found deep inside humans’ organs

Scientific studies are increasingly detecting microplastics in organs including the lungs, spleen, kidneys, and even the placenta – with uncertain implications.

5 months ago·Hong Kong
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'They're everywhere': Microplastics in oceans, air and human body

PARIS: From ocean depths to mountain peaks, humans have littered the planet with tiny shards of plastic. We have even absorbed these microplastics into our bodies, with uncertain implications. Images of plastic pollution have become familiar: A turtle suffocated by a shopping bag, water bottles washed up o

5 months ago·Singapore
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Scientific studies increasingly detecting microplastics in human organs

From ocean depths to mountain peaks, humans have littered the planet with tiny shards of plastic. We have even absorbed these microplastics into our bodies – with uncertain implications.Images...

5 months ago·Pakistan
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'They're everywhere': Microplastics in oceans, air and the human body

Millions of tons of plastic produced every year, largely from fossil fuels, make their way into the environment and degrade into smaller and smaller pieces.

5 months ago·Japan
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