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Divorce can lead to high blood pressure | Zee News (India)

Just had a divorce and facing persistent sleep problems? Check your blood pressure as you may be at the risk of potentially harmful increase in blood pressure, says a study.
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Familiar Sounds of Summer | Arizona Public Media

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Some "singing cicadas" are associated with the monsoon but a bug expert disagrees.
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Project Hopes to Photograph Jaguars, Ocelots Near Tucson | Arizona Public Media

Project Hopes to Photograph Jaguars, Ocelots Near Tucson | Arizona Public Media | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Camera traps set up at more than 200 places in mountains surrounding the city.
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Stingless bees: Waiting for their moment in the sun | Mother Nature Network

Stingless bees: Waiting for their moment in the sun |  Mother Nature Network | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
With stingers that are harmless to humans, stingless bees could be the pollinators that save the day.
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Libraries battle bed bugs in books | Las Vegas (NV) Review-Journal

Libraries battle bed bugs in books | Las Vegas (NV) Review-Journal | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
The vampire in the teen romance your daughter checked out from the library is fictional — but there could be a bloodsucker lurking in the book’s binding that isn’t make believe.
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Don't Neglect the Signs of Neglect in Young Children | Huffington Post

More children suffer from neglect in the United States than from physical and sexual abuse combined, although neglect receives significantly less attention....
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The Dirtiest Thing You Touch Every Day | Shape Magazine

The Dirtiest Thing You Touch Every Day | Shape Magazine | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
If you've used an elevator recently, you may want to go wash your hands—stat. A new study published in the journal Open Medicine shows that elevator buttons in hospitals have more bacteria than
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Karletta Chief Presents on Tribal Mining Modules at Extension Conference | Superfund Research Program

Karletta Chief Presents on Tribal Mining Modules at Extension Conference | Superfund Research Program | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

Dr. Karletta Chief, University of Arizona Superfund Research Program (UA SRP) Investigator and Extension Specialist, recently attended the Ninth Annual Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals Conference, May 18-22, 2014, in Sacramento, CA. The theme of the conference was “Golden Opportunities: The Role of Education and Community Engagement in Sustaining Natural Resources.” Chief spoke on the development and piloting of mining and environmental educational modules for Tribal Colleges during the Environmental Education Session.

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Parched | UA Alumni Magazine

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Water is one of the simplest molecules: two humble hydrogen atoms (the most common in the universe) bonded to one workaday oxygen atom (itself the third-most abundant of the elements). 
For such a modest molecule, it’s indispensable. We can go just days without drinking some, though we can go without food for weeks. It’s essential to our electricity, fabrics, plastics, and fuels. And that coffee you had this morning? It took nearly 40 gallons of water to bring you one cup. In fact, the American lifestyle uses more than 2,000 gallons of water a day per person.
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Arizona scientists play role in saving the monarch butterfly | Ag Professional

Arizona scientists play role in saving the monarch butterfly | Ag Professional | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
University of Arizona researchers are playing a leading role in an unprecedented effort to save America's most iconic butterfly, the monarch.
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The Science Of Being A Dad | WBUR (Radio-Boston, MA)

The Science Of Being A Dad | WBUR (Radio-Boston, MA) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
The science of fatherhood. How dads shape their children from the DNA up – how they speak, the way they move, more.
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Fumes Keep Moths From Finding Flowers, Study Discovers | UANews

Fumes Keep Moths From Finding Flowers, Study Discovers | UANews | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

Car and truck exhaust fumes that foul the air for humans also cause problems for pollinators.

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Parched | Arizona Alumni Magazine

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Water is one of the simplest molecules: two humble hydrogen atoms (the most common in the universe) bonded to one workaday oxygen atom (itself the third-most abundant of the elements). 
For such a modest molecule, it’s indispensable. We can go just days without drinking some, though we can go without food for weeks. It’s essential to our electricity, fabrics, plastics, and fuels. And that coffee you had this morning? It took nearly 40 gallons of water to bring you one cup. In fact, the American lifestyle uses more than 2,000 gallons of water a day per person.
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Losing Sleep Over Your Divorce? Your Blood Pressure Could Suffer | UANews

Losing Sleep Over Your Divorce? Your Blood Pressure Could Suffer | UANews | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

Those who experience persistent sleep problems after a divorce stand to suffer from more than just dark circles. They might also be at risk for potentially harmful increases in blood pressure, a new study finds.

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Global Climate Changing, Tucsonans Working Outdoors Feel Heat | Arizona Public Media

Global Climate Changing, Tucsonans Working Outdoors Feel Heat | Arizona Public Media | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

National Climate Assessment says Southwest is going to get even hotter, drier.

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What Does Online Grocery Shopping Mean For Your Local Farmer’s Market? | Think Progress

What Does Online Grocery Shopping Mean For Your Local Farmer’s Market? | Think Progress | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
As tech companies move into the online grocery market, local farmers and grocery stores could go the way of the bookstore.
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Serenity Now | Bethesda Magazine (Bethesda, MD)

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Meditation is having its moment, as increasing numbers of people use the practice to cure what ails them
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Young adults feel financial strain | Chicago (IL) Tribune

Think about the way you'd like to see your twentysomething start out life after college. A full-time job with financial stability. Living away from your cozy confines. Perhaps even thinking about buying a house, getting married and having children.
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Renters Spend Less on Housing But More on Energy, UA Study Finds | UANews

Renters Spend Less on Housing But More on Energy, UA Study Finds | UANews | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

While low-income families often choose multifamily housing for its affordability, a new University of Arizona study finds they could be spending hundreds more in utility costs every year due to a lack of energy-efficient features in their buildings.

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In Oracle tinderbox, fire boss sleeps "with one eye open" | Arizona Daily Star

In Oracle tinderbox, fire boss sleeps "with one eye open" | Arizona Daily Star | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Full-out preparation for fire season may not be enough in a year when winter disappeared.
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Study: Rising AZ temperatures make for hostile environment | Arizona Daily Star

Arizona will be hit harder than most states, a new report says.
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Arizona Cities Could Face Cutbacks in Water From Colorado River, Officials Say | New York (NY) Times

The warning comes as the federal Bureau of Reclamation forecasts that Lake Mead will fall next month to a level not seen since the lake was first filled in 1938.
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What you should know about Arizona's 'kissing bug'

What you should know about Arizona's 'kissing bug' | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Creepy, crawly and potentially lethal, an unassuming Arizona bug carries the kiss of death, but Arizona residents rarely get sick.
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‘Do Fathers Matter?’ Shows Why They Do | New York (NY) Times

‘Do Fathers Matter?’ Shows Why They Do | New York (NY) Times | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
“Do Fathers Matter?” cites research that shows that fathers have an outsize effect on their children’s vocabulary, and that their presence can delay daughters’ puberty, among other findings.
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Scientists play crucial role in saving America's most iconic butterfly | Phys.org

Scientists play crucial role in saving America's most iconic butterfly | Phys.org | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
(Phys.org) —University of Arizona researchers are playing a leading role in an unprecedented effort to save America's most iconic butterfly, the monarch.
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