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iChoo: How to safely sanitize computer touchscreens during cold and flu season | TMCnet.com

iChoo: How to safely sanitize computer touchscreens during cold and flu season | TMCnet.com | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

(Chattanooga Times Free Press (TN) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Jan. 17--When it comes to sickness being passed around the office, the offending party may be in a pocket, not a neighboring cubicle.

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Flu from Your Cellphone? How to Avoid the Virus | ABC News Radio

Flu from Your Cellphone? How to Avoid the Virus | ABC News Radio | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

(NEW YORK) -- There are more than 320 million cell phones being used in America and according to Nielsen, about 50 percent are smartphones used heavily throughout the day.

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Western Cold Snap Threatening Crops | Albuquerque (NM) Journal

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — The freeze gripping the West appeared on the verge of easing Tuesday, but farmers who spent millions to protect crops were still assessing damage, some produce prices climbed, and businesses and residents dealt with burst pipes.

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Doctors: Keep Cell Phones Clean To Avoid Flu | WRIC (TV-Richmond, VA)

Doctors: Keep Cell Phones Clean To Avoid Flu | WRIC (TV-Richmond, VA) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
During this time of year, the flu is everywhere, including cell
phones. There is a much greater chance of catching the flu via airborne
transmission, but doctors say people should take precautions,
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Cold snap wreaks havoc with crops | Daily Democrat (Woodland, CA)

Cold snap wreaks havoc with crops | Daily Democrat (Woodland, CA) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
The Wests cold snap is making history in some places, but Woodlands consequences have remained mild for the most part."We havent had any issues at all due to the cold, other than everything being cold," said Rob Sanders, Woodland Public Works...
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How to Avoid Flu From Your Phone | Yahoo! News

There are more than 320 million cell phones being used in America and according to Nielsen, about 50 percent are smartphones used heavily throughout the day.

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Cold Snap Coming to an End | KNIX (Radio-Phoenix)

Cold Snap Coming to an End | KNIX (Radio-Phoenix) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) _ Residents in Arizona and bundled up for another day Wednesday as a record cold spell that hit much of the West began drawing to a close, taking a toll on water pipes and lettuce crops and testing people's patience in warm-weather cities like Phoenix.

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Report: Climate to stress crops | Individual.com

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Flu from Your Cellphone? How to Avoid the Virus | WJBD (Radio-Salem, IL)

There are more than 320 million cell phones being used in America and according to Nielsen, about 50 percent are smartphones used heavily throughout the day.
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Bitter cold grips West; citrus and lettuce damaged | Pekin (IL) Daily Times

FRESNO, Calif. — As an unusual cold spell gripped parts of the West for a fifth day, some California citrus growers reported damage to crops and an agriculture official said national prices on lettuce have started to rise because of lost produce in Arizona.

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Bitter cold grips West; citrus and lettuce damaged | Tahoe Daily Tribune (S. Lake Tahoe, CA)

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — As an unusual cold spell gripped parts of the West for a fifth day, some California citrus growers reported damage to cr (read more)
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Bitter cold grips West; citrus and lettuce damaged | KIRO (Radio-Seattle)

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) - As an unusual cold spell gripped parts of the West for a fifth day, some California citrus growers reported damage to crops and an agriculture official said national prices on lettuce have started to rise because of lost produce in Arizona.

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Arizona cold weather damaging winter lettuce crop | KNXV (TV-Phoenix)

Arizona cold weather damaging winter lettuce crop | KNXV (TV-Phoenix) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Prices for winter lettuce grown in southwestern Arizona already are rising because of damage caused by freezing weather, an agricultural expert said Monday.
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Fish Journeying Upstream Are Hampered By Hydropower Dams | Newswise.com

Fish Journeying Upstream Are Hampered By Hydropower Dams | Newswise.com | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Major hydropower dams in the northeastern United States, constructed with state-of-the-art features designed to allow migratory fish to pass through them on their way to spawn upstream, have failed in that regard, according to a study published...
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Flu From Your Cellphone? How to Avoid Virus | ABC News

Flu From Your Cellphone? How to Avoid Virus | ABC News | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

There are more than 320 million cell phones being used in America and according to Nielsen, about 50 percent are smartphones used heavily throughout the day.

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A "eew" moment | Yuma Sun

I had a little bit of an “eew” moment while reading an ABC News report, which included this quote: “Cell phones are 10 times as dirty as a toilet seat.” Yuck.

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Flu from Your Cellphone? How to Avoid the Virus | KABC (Radio-Los Angeles)

Flu from Your Cellphone? How to Avoid the Virus | KABC (Radio-Los Angeles) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

(NEW YORK) -- There are more than 320 million cell phones being used in America and according to Nielsen, about 50 percent are smartphones used heavily throughout the day.

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Can Your Cell Phone Give You The Flu? | The Inquisitr

Can Your Cell Phone Give You The Flu? | The Inquisitr | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
More than 320 million cell phones are being used in America, and about 50 percent are smartphones used heavily throughout the day. But what if your work, entertainment and social hand-held hub could make you sick?
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Cold still threatens crops, but it's easing | Wenatchee (WA) World

FRESNO, Calif. — The freeze gripping the West appears on the verge of easing, but farmers who spent millions to protect crops were still assessing damage. The National Weather Service predicted another frosty night, but said temperatures would begin to warm as high pressure moved east.

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Bitter cold is easing across West, but crops still at risk | Desert Sun (Palm Springs, CA)

The freeze gripping the West appeared on the verge of easing Tuesday, but farmers who spent millions to protect crops were still assessing damage, some produce prices climbed, and businesses and residents dealt with ruptured pipes.
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Save the desert: Hold the plastic | Arizona Daily Wildcat

Let go of the balloon and watch as it flies away until it is a mere speck in the sky. Watch the plastic bag from the grocery store fall out of your car and get blown away by the wind. These items are gone forever … or so you think.

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Bitter cold grips West; citrus and lettuce damaged | Daily News-Sun (Sun City, AZ)

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) As an unusual cold spell gripped parts of the West for a fifth day, some California citrus growers reported damage to crops and an agriculture official said national prices on lettuce have started to rise because of lost...

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Bitter cold grips West; citrus and lettuce crops damaged | Kingsport (TN) Times-News

FRESNO, Calif. — As an unusual cold spell gripped parts of the West for a fifth day, some California citrus growers reported damage to crops and an agriculture official said national prices on lettuce have started to rise because of lost produce in Arizona.

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Cold still threatens Calif. crops, but it’s easing | Arizona Republic

FRESNO, Calif. —  A cold snap that has California farmers struggling to protect a $1.5 billion citrus crop has slowly started to ease, though frigid temperatures were still the norm Tuesday morning throughout the state and across other parts of the West.

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Bitter cold grips West; citrus and lettuce damaged | KTAR (Radio-Phoenix)

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) - As an unusual cold spell gripped parts of the West for a fifth day, some California citrus growers reported damage to crops and an agriculture official said national prices on lettuce have started to rise because of lost produce in Arizona.

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