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Left unmanaged, stress can sneak up on you and significantly elevate your risk for depression, disease and premature death.
Rural landfills, which are mostly open, unlined and unmanaged, spill across tundra and into nearby rivers, and hazardous materials leach into soil and water.
Since the standoff with Bundy more than two years ago, the BLM has left parts of the land unmanaged and unpatrolled.
For women without another form of health insurance, chronic conditions like diabetes and hypertension may have gone unmanaged, which can negatively affect pregnancy outcomes.
When left unmanaged, type 2 diabetics may stop producing insulin altogether.
Forest of the Lynx Austria's remote Kalkalpen National Forest, the largest area of wilderness in the Alps, is being reclaimed by nature after more than 25 years of being left alone and unmanaged by humans.
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