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Shower floor ideas – 10 looks, layouts and colors for a shower room

There is a vast variety of statement options when it comes to shower floor ideas. When it comes to planning a shower, your flooring should be at the forefront of your mind. 



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Shower floor ideas

Shower flooring needs to be both durable and easy to clean, particularly in high-traffic households, but that shouldn’t preclude them from being  beautiful, too.

Materials are many and varied, ranging from non-slip flooring and vinyl to luxury materials such as solid marble and stone. Be aware, though, that although they are bound to add an air of elegance, many

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Overnight Energy & Environment — High court will hear case on water rule

Welcome to Monday’s Overnight Energy & Environment, your source for the latest news focused on energy, the environment and beyond. Subscribe here: thehill.com/newsletter-signup.

Today we’re looking at the Supreme Court agreeing to hear a case on the Waters of the United States rule, a warning from climate envoy John Kerry and a glimmer of hope for the infrastructure bill’s climate provisions.

For The Hill, we’re Rachel Frazin and Zack Budryk. Write to us with tips: [email protected] and [email protected] Follow us on Twitter: @RachelFrazin and @BudrykZack.

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Supreme Court takes up wetlands case

The Supreme Court will

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Overnight Energy & Environment — ‘Forever chemical’ suits face time crunch

Welcome to Tuesday’s Overnight Energy & Environment, your source for the latest news focused on energy, the environment and beyond. Subscribe here: thehill.com/newsletter-signup.

Today we’re looking at ways in which legal deadlines can hamper “forever chemical” lawsuits, energy preparations in case Russia invades Ukraine and a confirmation hearing for a former Trump official.

For The Hill, we’re Rachel Frazin and Zack Budryk. Write to us with tips [email protected] and [email protected] Follow us on Twitter: @RachelFrazin and @BudrykZack.

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Seeking justice after exposure to toxins

This is from Part 1 of a four-part series this week. Check

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How our environment is making us sick – and what we can do about it

From air pollutants to pesticides in food and cosmetic additives, modern life means constant exposure to environmental chemicals. Picking apart the effects will help us boost the health of humans and the planet

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26 January 2022

Kyle Ellingson

MICHAEL SNYDER wears four watches, two on each wrist. A geneticist at Stanford University, California, he isn’t obsessed with time – only with buying us all a little more of it. The watches track his movements and vital signs such as heart rate and body temperature. He also carries round a walkie-talkie-sized device to sample everything airborne he

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Building an energy-efficient home │ GMA News Online

With the weather constantly changing, an energy-efficient home can positively impact your savings. Making bright choices in appliance purchase   and usage at home can help minimize your electric bill cost.

With most family members staying at home, more electrical appliances are at work and for longer hours, resulting in more energy consumption. Practicing energy-saving habits can decrease that. These are some factors that can affect your energy use at home and how you can remedy them:

Unclean filters
Leaving your air conditioner filter unclean can lead to clogging which will make the motor compressor work harder. This leads to an

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Crime and tragedy commemorated in a historical painting – People’s World

The Thirtieth of January, by Robert Ballagh

When Robert Ballagh, the outstanding contemporary Irish painter, found a growing need to make a statement on the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, he felt more and more drawn to paintings that had impacted on him in the past. The most compelling one in relation to the Derry massacre was Goya’s The Third of May, a painting depicting the execution of Spanish people on Spanish soil by the invading French army. Ballagh’s painting is entitled The Thirtieth of January. The parallels in the situation are clear: On Bloody Sunday, Irish people were

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