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Climate change report projects major Southwest impact | Western Farm Press

Climate change report projects major Southwest impact | Western Farm Press | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
A new NCA report shows that Southwest snowpack and streamflows have declined over this past decade.
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Flu Season Etiquette: What You Need to Know About Sickness and the Office | Forbes

Flu Season Etiquette: What You Need to Know About Sickness and the Office | Forbes | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Employees who work in close quarters are particularly susceptible to the flu--but there are steps you can take to help reduce your chances of getting (or spreading) the flu at work.
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The skinny on popular diets | Sun Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, FL)

Lose 10 pounds in a week. Such are the claims of popular diets featured in magazines, books and on the Internet, which appeal to a growing number of people trying to battle the bulge.
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Post-workout snacks that fuel afterburn | SheKnows.com

Unlock your body's metabolic power with an intense workout followed by a healthy post-workout snack.
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What Can You Do to Avoid the Flu? | KFMB (Radio-San Diego)

ROSWELL, Ga., Jan. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- This year's flu season has now been declared an epidemic, with a particularly dangerous strain that has hospitalized more than 3,700 people, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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What Can You Do to Avoid the Flu? | WBOC (TV-Salisbury, MD)

ROSWELL, Ga., Jan. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- This year's flu season has now been declared an epidemic, with a particularly dangerous strain that has hospitalized more than 3,700 people, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

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War on Plastic Bags: Debunking Three Popular Myths | Prudent Investor Newsletters

I previously wrote about the unfounded claims on the supposed environmentally baneful effects from plastic bags.

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WHAT Is Filthier Than a Toilet Seat? - Netscape

Here's a ridiculous question: Would you cut up your vegetables on a toilet seat?

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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 Virus | ABC News

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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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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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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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Report: Climate to stress crops | Individual.com

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Researcher sees potential for growing tepary beans in the Southwest | High Plains Journal

They are tepary beans, and they are a perennial research subject of Richard Pratt, head of NMSU's Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.
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Can you catch the flu from your phone? | Big News Network

Big News Network - flu season ? During this time of year, the flu is everywhere, ...
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Cold carriers: Cellphones can harbor germs, but are tricky to clean | Joplin (MO) Globe

Cold carriers: Cellphones can harbor germs, but are tricky to clean | Joplin (MO) Globe | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
As the flu grows to an epidemic, health professionals caution people to drink fluids, take plenty of vitamin C and keep nearby surfaces clean. Whethe
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Pre-workout foods that burn more fat | SheKnows.com

Pre-workout foods that burn more fat | SheKnows.com | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Eat one of these pre-workout snacks and turn your body into a powerful fat-burning machine.
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Report: Climate to stress crops | Arizona Daily Star

Report: Climate to stress crops | Arizona Daily Star | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Agriculture, a $9 billion industry in Arizona, is vulnerable to the increased heat and drought that's likely to accompany continued climate change, said a new federally commissioned report.
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UA Explores Promoting Teen Health Via Text Message | UANews

Teenagers spend a lot of time texting, receiving an average of 3,417 texts a month, or 114 per day, according to the Nielsen consumer research group.

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Western citrus mostly dodges freeze damage | Western Farm Press

Western citrus mostly dodges freeze damage | Western Farm Press | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Western fresh citrus growers have largely escaped major crop damage from the prolonged, below-freezing cold snap expected to end mid this week in California and Arizona.
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Climate change report forecasts major impacts for the Southwest

(Phys.org)—A new draft assessment of the impacts of climate change on the U.S. has been released by the Global Change Research Program in Washington, D.C., and is available online for public comment.
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Flu from Your Cellphone? How to Avoid the Virus | ABC News Radio

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(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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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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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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