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Could Amish Farm Dust Provide Relief from Asthma? | Arizona Public Media

Could Amish Farm Dust Provide Relief from Asthma? | Arizona Public Media | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Tucson researchers are seeking clues from rural Indiana communities.
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Pick-Up-Lines: Even for Beetles They're all About Timing | Nature World News

Pick-Up-Lines: Even for Beetles They're all About Timing | Nature World News | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
The longhorned beetle was long thought to be the cologne connoisseur of the insect world, selecting mates based on smell alone. However, like a frat house drowning in Axe body spray, sometimes all the males in a region smell the same. So how do lady longhorns know who's 'Mr. Right?' According to a new study, timing is everything.
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Longhorned beetles use timing to find mates | redOrbit

Longhorned beetles use timing to find mates | redOrbit | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
For us humans, meeting that special someone often comes down to timing, and it turns out – the same goes for longhorned beetle.
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7 Parts Of Your Body You Shouldn't Touch With Your Hands | Prevention

7 Parts Of Your Body You Shouldn't Touch With Your Hands | Prevention | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Never touch these spots on your body with your hands, especially if you don't plan on washing your hands when you're done.
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Why Regaining Weight Is So Common and How to Deal | Health Medicine Net

By Sarah Elizabeth Richards for Life by DailyBurnAfter Ashley Diamond lost 60 pounds from her 200-pound, 5’10” frame during her senior year of college, she thou
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Dusty Secrets Could Help Asthma Sufferers | UANews

Dusty Secrets Could Help Asthma Sufferers | UANews | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Researchers in the University of Arizona's BIO5 Institute have entered into a collaboration with Johnson & Johnson Consumer & Personal Products and Janssen Biotech Inc. to leverage foundational discovery research aimed at determining environmental factors that underlie asthma and allergies. The project's goal is to identify compounds present in dust in the farm environment that may be protective against asthma. Findings from this study could lead to the development of medicines to prevent the di
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For older adults, part of well-being is defined by partner's health, cognitive functioning | Stone Hearth Newsletter

As the world’s population of older adults increases, so do conversations around successful aging — including seniors’ physical, mental and social well-being. A variety of factors can impact aging adults’ quality of life. Two big ones, according to new research … Continue reading →
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New UA research reveals factors that can impact aging adults' quality of life | News-Medical.net

As the world's population of older adults increases, so do conversations around successful aging -- including seniors' physical, mental and social well-being.
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Want to Nag Your Spouse About Health? Use This Study | Newser

Want to Nag Your Spouse About Health? Use This Study | Newser | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Learning a new language might help you fight the effects of aging, but new research out of the University of Arizona suggests at least two factors affecting your quality of life are out of your hands—and in those of your spouse.
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Food Study: Shop More, Waste Less | NZ Health Tech (Blog)

Food Study: Shop More, Waste Less | NZ Health Tech (Blog) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Part of the reason American shoppers are so attracted to wholesale shopping is their belief that bulk-buying not only prevents waste but can save time and
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Health of Aging Spouse Strongly Impacts Partner | eWallstreeter

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Want to nag your spouse about health? Bring up this study | Fox News

Want to nag your spouse about health? Bring up this study | Fox News | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Learning a new language might help you fight the effects of aging, but new research out of the University of Arizona suggests at least two factors affecting your quality of life are out of your hands—and in those of your spouse.
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Aging Couples Connected in Sickness and Health | NZ Health Tech (Blog)

Aging Couples Connected in Sickness and Health | NZ Health Tech (Blog) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
As the world’s population of older adults increases, so do conversations around successful aging — including seniors’ physical, mental and social well-being. A
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El Niño could delay monsoon start | Arizona Daily Sun

El Niño could delay monsoon start | Arizona Daily Sun | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

The fate of northern Arizona’s monsoon hangs on a few possible effects of the El Niño warming pattern brewing in the equatorial Pacific Ocean.

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Longhorned Beetles: Timing And Scent Are Everything When Looking For A Mate | Headlines & Global News

Researchers found different beetle species search for mates at different time of day and in different seasons because they give off the same pheremones.
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How Longhorned Beetles Find Mr. Right | UANews

How Longhorned Beetles Find Mr. Right | UANews | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
A longhorned beetle’s sexy scent might make a female perk up her antennae. But when the males of several species all smell the same, a female cannot choose by cologne alone. For these beetles to find a mate of the right species, timing is everything, according to research from a University of Arizona-led team.
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Water, a precious commodity, becomes a sound investment for senators and their families | Environment & Energy Publishing

Drill deep enough into annual financial disclosures filed by members of Congress -- beyond the mutual funds and the oil stocks and checking accounts -- and eventually you'll hit blue gold: groundwater in arid Western states.
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Why Regaining Weight Is So Common and How to Deal | Huffington Post

Getting back to your best body might require fine-tuning your eating habits and becoming more passionate about fitness. But it's totally possible. And it will set you for success in the long run.
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Water Worries Renew Questions About Future Of Growth In The Phoenix Area | KJZZ (Radio-Tempe)

A few years ago, Jeanette Royer and her husband, Steve, took a hard look at the cost of water for Litchfield Farms, the homeowners association they manage in the West Valley, and came up with some ways of cutting back.
“Instead of watering every plant, we are watering every third plant. Many of the items that you do see are desert landscape,” said Jeanette.
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Aging couples connected in sickness and health | Science Daily

As the world's population of older adults increases, so do conversations around successful aging -- including seniors' physical, mental and social well-being. Two major factors can predict an older person's quality of life: the physical health and the cognitive functioning of the person's spouse.
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Older Married Couples Are Linked in Sickness | The Epoch Times (NY)

Older Married Couples Are Linked in Sickness | The Epoch Times (NY) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
A study of more than 8,000 married couples shows that the health of one partner can have a significant effect on the other as they get older.
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Study Uncovers Link Between Your Spouse And Your Health | Huffington Post

Study Uncovers Link Between Your Spouse And Your Health | Huffington Post | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Many things can impact older adults' quality of life. But two big ones, according to new research from the University of Arizona, are the health and cognitive functioning of their spouse. By analyzing
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Petrol pumps teeming with germs | MSN

Petrol pumps teeming with germs | MSN | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

We (well, most of us) take great care to avoid coming into contact with potentially harmful bacteria, whether it be by meticulously washing our hands after the loo, or avoiding the petri dish of urine that is the shared bowl of nuts at the bar. However, we may be unwittingly exposing ourselves to germs every time we fill up our cars.


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Health of Aging Spouse Strongly Impacts Partner | Psych Central News

Health of Aging Spouse Strongly Impacts Partner | Psych Central News | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
The physical and cognitive health of your aging spouse tends to have a significant effect on your own quality of life, according to new research at the University of Arizona (UA). “When we think about quality of life for older adults, and improving...
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Want to Cut Food Waste? Change How You Shop | Arizona Public Media

Want to Cut Food Waste? Change How You Shop | Arizona Public Media | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
New research shows more frequent trips to grocery store can keep food fresh, save money.
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