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7 Ways to Stay Healthy When Your Kid Is Sick | Parents Magazine

Tired of getting every cold and stomach virus your kid brings home? Here's how to make sure she keeps her germs to herself.
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Tiny chia seeds pack a big nutritional punch | Knoxville (TN) News-Sentinel

Tiny chia seeds pack a big nutritional punch | Knoxville (TN) News-Sentinel | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
What if you could get a good amount of nutrition and feel satisfied all from a tiny seed?
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Little chia seeds pack some nutrition power | Arizona Daily Star

Little chia seeds pack some nutrition power | Arizona Daily Star | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
What if you could get a good amount of nutrition and feel satisfied all from a tiny seed?
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Just what we needed: A new scorpion | Arizona Republic

Just what we needed: A new scorpion,As soon as Rich Ayrey saw the 2-inch-long scorpion, he knew it was something new.
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Your office coffee mug could be carrying 'colonies of germs' | Sparta (NJ) Independent

Your office coffee mug you use for just about every beverage could cause you to fall ill, says an expert. People rarely take their office coffee mug home for washing and many times they scrub it at the office with sponges and brushes that have been used by everyone, making a home for bacteria. In fact, Charles Gerba, Ph.D., a professor of environmental microbiology at the University of Arizona, says 20 percent of mugs carry fecal bacteria.

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Detecting Heat Stress in Cows | New York (NY) Times

Detecting Heat Stress in Cows | New York (NY) Times | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Cows who are feeling too hot avoid lying down, leading to exhaustion, according to researchers who used temperature and motion sensors to study the animals.
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Your office coffee mug could be carrying 'colonies of germs' | Township Journal (Stanhope, NJ)

Your office coffee mug you use for just about every beverage could cause you to fall ill, says an expert.

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A Warped Worldview: Another Moral Effect of Pornography | Religion Today

A Warped Worldview: Another Moral Effect of Pornography | Religion Today | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
For the most part, previous research into the effects of pornography has focused on the psychological and physiological effects of pornography exposure.
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To Become More Adaptable, Take a Lesson from Biology | Harvard Business Review

To Become More Adaptable, Take a Lesson from Biology | Harvard Business Review | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
It's easy to make your company more adaptable: Stop giving orders and start issuing challenges.
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Don't Live With Hidden Germs & Bacteria | KMJO (Radio-Fargo, ND)

Don't Live With Hidden Germs & Bacteria | KMJO (Radio-Fargo, ND) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

Your head propper piles up gross sweat, drool, dander and dust mites. But instead of throwing it away, invest in a washable allergy case, which blocks mites and their leftovers, advises Amy Newburger, M.D., a dermatologist in Scarsdale, New York. Wash pillows every few months and change linens weekly, and you can rest easy.

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Citrus greening disease a national problem | Western Farm Press

Citrus greening disease a national problem | Western Farm Press | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Psyllids often get into groves unseen and go unnoticed while building up their population. By the time they're detected, they have adapted well, populations have exploded and transmission of the bacteria to the trees has already occurred.
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FEEDing Pakistan Aquaculture Project: Potential to Develop Modern Aquaculture Industry | Fish Site (UK)

USDA, along with the American Soybean Association (ASA) and the Fisheries Development Board (FDB), has funded a three year aquaculture project “FEEDing Pakistan” with an initiative to improve the livelihood of Pakistan farmers and consumers...
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Tepary bean: Ready for prime time in the southwest | Deming (NM) Headlight

 More or less in the middle of New Mexico State University's new Student Centered Field Laboratory, nestled among the vegetable garden space, the cover crop research section and several rows of native corn varieties, is a plot of viney, pod-bearing plants that most New Mexicans would be hard-pressed to identify.

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Cows really can predict the rain. Scientists prove they are more likely to lie down when the weather is cold | Daily Mail (UK)

Cows really can predict the rain. Scientists prove they are more likely to lie down when the weather is cold | Daily Mail (UK) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
The Universities of Arizona and Northern Missouri have found that cows are affected by the weather and are more likely to lie down in cold weather and stand up when it is warm.
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Don't Live With Hiden Germs & Bacteria | KMJO (Radio-Fargo, ND)

Don't Live With Hiden Germs & Bacteria | KMJO (Radio-Fargo, ND) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

Your head propper piles up gross sweat, drool, dander and dust mites. But instead of throwing it away, invest in a washable allergy case, which blocks mites and their leftovers, advises Amy Newburger, M.D., a dermatologist in Scarsdale, New York. Wash pillows every few months and change linens weekly, and you can rest easy.

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Study Reveals How Mushrooms Help Environment | Arizona Illustrated (TV)

Study Reveals How Mushrooms Help Environment | Arizona Illustrated (TV) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Finding new ways to produce food while recycling focus of UA research
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Modified foods hold out promise, pitfalls | Arizona Daily Star

Arizona is one of 20 states considering laws to require labeling of genetically modified foods.
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The Dirtiest Spots at the Gym | WAKR (Radio-Akron, OH)

You hit the gym regularly to be healthy and fit. Yet you may be getting more than flat abs and strong arms there. Gyms are hotbeds of germ activity, researchers say. Norovirus, which causes stomach pain, vomiting, and diarrhea, can survive for a month on the surface of exercise machines. The fungi responsible for foot infections multiply at a blinding pace in the shower. And microbes like MRSA, an antibiotic-resistant bacteria that can lead to dangerous skin infections, lurk in the locker room. To help you stay safe, FITNESS asked top experts to ID the biggest danger zones in the gym and to share the best germ-beating strategies. 

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Super Seeds | Better Nutrition Magazine

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Chia seeds have been called the world’s healthiest whole food for good reason. “Chia contains the highest amount of omega-3 fatty acids of any plant known, and also contains significant amounts of protein, fiber, and antioxidants,” says Wayne Coates, PhD, professor emeritus at the University of Arizona, chia researcher, and author of Chia: The Complete Guide to the Ultimate Superfood.

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The Science Behind How We Deal With Change | Business Insider

The Science Behind How We Deal With Change | Business Insider | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Use lessons from biology to learn to adapt to business and life challenges.
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LGBT youth at increased risk for suicide | Helena (MT) Independent Record

LGBT youth at increased risk for suicide | Helena (MT) Independent Record | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Getting through adolescence is hard enough.
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Tongue-Eating Parasites Played By Puppets [VIDEO] | The Inquisitr

Tongue-Eating Parasites Played By Puppets [VIDEO] | The Inquisitr | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Tongue-eating, sex-changing parasites aren’t strange enough, so Nova PBS has thoughtfully uploaded a You Tube video which explains the twisted life cycle of this bizarre species of creepy crawler using  tastefully designed fabric...
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A warped worldview: another moral effect of pornography | LifeSiteNews.com

A warped worldview: another moral effect of pornography | LifeSiteNews.com | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Pornography is a scourge, and the magnitude of the pornography industry is a tragic commentary on the moral state of affairs in this nation.
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It’s germ warfare, and we’re losing | TMC (Norwalk, CT)

We haven't got a chance. We are surrounded. Every time we take a breath, use the phone or eat anything, we're taking a chance.

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It’s germ warfare, and we’re losing | Enid (OK) News and Eagle

We haven’t got a chance. We are surrounded. Every time we take a breath, use the phone or eat anything, we’re taking a chance.

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