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When Child Beauty Pageants Aren\'t About The Kids | Medical News Today

As child reality TV star Honey Boo Boo continues to capture the attention of audiences with her boisterous personality and her own show about life on the child beauty pageant circuit, a new paper...
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The barley genome unravelled… and it's bigger than yours | Phys.org

The barley genome unravelled… and it's bigger than yours | Phys.org | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
(Phys.org)—As part of an international consortium, scientists led by UA plant sciences professor Rod Wing have helped decipher the genetic alphabet of the barley plant.
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UA Food Safety Experts Team Up to Reduce Foodborne Illness | UANews

UA Food Safety Experts Team Up to Reduce Foodborne Illness | UANews | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
The UA Food Safety Consortium, which brings together experts from the UA College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, other UA departments, the Arizona Department of Agriculture and state health agencies, will host its third annual Food Safety...
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What Would You Lick for a Buck? | KNUE 101.5 (Tyler, TX)

What Would You Lick for a Buck? | KNUE 101.5 (Tyler, TX) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
One New York teen would lick a NYC subway railing for a buck. Don't believe me? Here's the video.
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Would You Lick THIS If Someone Paid You $1? | Glamour magazine

I would not. Oh, heavens no. But this guy did......
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Author and UA scientist talks national security and terrorists | Arizona Daily Wildcat

Author and UA scientist talks national security and terrorists | Arizona Daily Wildcat | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

After 9/11, Rafe Sagarin was working in Washington, D.C., as a science adviser to Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis, a congresswoman at the time.

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Clarification: UA agriculture cuts | Yuma sun

University of Arizona officials clarified budget cuts for Yuma Agricultural Center and Yuma Cooperative Extension that were reported Sept. 23 in the Yuma Sun Business section.

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When Child Beauty Pageants Aren't About The Kids - MediLexicon

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As child reality TV star Honey Boo Boo continues to capture the attention of audiences with her boisterous personality and her own show about life on the child beauty pageant circuit, a new paper...
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Child Beauty Pageants Aren't About The Kids | Medindia

Child Beauty Pageants Aren't About The Kids | Medindia | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
In glitz pageants, young contestants wear heavy makeup and ornate costumes, with price tags sometimes topping $1,500.
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Princess by Proxy: When Child Beauty Pageants Aren’t About the Kids | UANews

Princess by Proxy: When Child Beauty Pageants Aren’t About the Kids | UANews | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

A new paper in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry takes a critical look at children's glitz beauty pageants.

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30 ways to live longer | Stuff (New Zealand)

30 ways to live longer | Stuff (New Zealand) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

Fancy reaching 100 and getting that telegram from the Queen? Or at least adding a few good years to your life? Flying to the moon will help - and if you can't do that, take note of these other longevity tips.

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The Germs at the Gym | Fitness Magazine

Bacteria and viruses that can cause colds and flu, athlete's foot, and skin infections are everywhere, especially the gym. Here's how to protect yourself.
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Large-Scale Production of Biofuels Made From Algae Poses Sustainability Concerns; Further Innovations Needed to Reach Full Potential | WebWire

WASHINGTON — Scaling up the production of biofuels made from algae to meet at least 5 percent -- approximately 39 billion liters -- of U.S. transportation fuel needs would place unsustainable demands ...
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Despite safety, engineered foods carry stigma for some | Bend (OR) Bulletin

Despite safety, engineered foods carry stigma for some | Bend (OR) Bulletin | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
LOS ANGELES — To the naked eye, the white puffs of cotton growing on shrubs, the yellow flowers on canola plants and the towering tassels on cornstalks look just like those on any other plants.
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Arizona cotton industry awaits glyphosate-resistance test results | Western Farm Press

Arizona cotton industry awaits glyphosate-resistance test results | Western Farm Press | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

Arizona cotton growers should know by Thanksgiving whether two suspected cases of glyphosate herbicide resistance to Palmer amaranth (pigweed) test positive or negative.

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Arizona Veg IPM Update: fall produce insects, powdery mildew on melons, Balan use | Western Farm Press

Arizona Veg IPM Update: fall produce insects, powdery mildew on melons, Balan use | Western Farm Press | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Beet armyworms and cabbage loopers - important pests in desert-grown produce during September and October - have been very active in desert crops over the last several weeks.
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Experts: S. Ariz. tail photo likely jaguar, though debate continues | Arizona Daily Star

Experts: S. Ariz. tail photo likely jaguar, though debate continues | Arizona Daily Star | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Arizona game officials are consulting with seven outside experts to determine if a photo recently submitted by a hunter shows the tail of a jaguar or an ocelot sighted southeast of Tucson.
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Is this the most disgusting bet ever? Video shows kid licking entire NYC subway handrail for $1 | Daily Mail (UK)

Is this the most disgusting bet ever? Video shows kid licking entire NYC subway handrail for $1 | Daily Mail (UK) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
One young man with very low hygiene standards and an even lower price has been caught on video licking the entire length of a New York subway handrail from top to bottom for only $1.
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NYC teen licks an entire subway railing for a buck | NBCNews.com

NYC teen licks an entire subway railing for a buck | NBCNews.com | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
On a dare, a kid in New York City licked an entire handrail at the entrance of the subway for a dollar -- and presumably all the benefits of YouTube stardom. This, it goes without saying, is gross.
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The Evolutionary Advantage of Depression | Atlantic Monthly

The Evolutionary Advantage of Depression | Atlantic Monthly | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Genes influencing depression also bolstered our ancestors' immune systems -- an understanding that's informing experimental therapies.
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Princess by proxy | News24 (South Africa)

A new paper takes a critical look at the very types of pageants in which child reality TV star Honey Boo Boo and thousands of other children compete in America every year.
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Princess by proxy: When child beauty pageants aren't about the kids

Oct. 26, 2012 - As child reality TV star Honey Boo Boo continues to capture the attention of audiences with her boisterous personality and her own show about life on the child beauty pageant circuit, a new paper published today in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry takes a critical look at the very types of pageants in which she and thousands of other children compete in America every year.

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Daily Kos: The politics of orange production

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The orange Ocitrus sinensis is the most commonly grown tree fruit in the world. In 2008, the world-wide orange crop was 66.5 million tons. The orange tree in its natural state grows only "bitter" ...
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LOS ANGELES: Safety of genetically modified food scrutinized | Anchorage (AK) Daily News

LOS ANGELES: Safety of genetically modified food scrutinized | Anchorage (AK) Daily News | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
To the naked eye, the white puffs of cotton growing on shrubs, the yellow flowers on canola plants and the towering tassels on cornstalks look just like those on any other plants.
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Buckmaster: Can feeling blue ward off infection? | Tucson Sentinel

Buckmaster: Can feeling blue ward off infection? | Tucson Sentinel | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Interviews with Scott Stewart, chair of the Pima Community College Governing Board; Larry Hecker, co-founder of IdeaFunding; LD 10 candidate Todd Clodfelter (R); and University of Arizona researcher Dr.
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