British photographer James Ostrer purchased about $8,000 worth of junk food over the past two years — enough to fill up six or seven cars. But all those Mars bars, strawberry shoelaces, donuts and cheese
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Safe drinking water isn’t a given. The statistics are grim: 3.4 million people die every year from water-related diseases like cholera and E. coli; 99 percent of those deaths happen in developing countries.