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Being MORE selfish is the key to a successful relationship, claims research | Daily Mail (UK)

Being MORE selfish is the key to a successful relationship, claims research | Daily Mail (UK) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Doing nice things for your partner when you don't feel like it can damage your relationship, according to research from the University of Arizona.
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Why Taking Out The Trash Won't Help Your Relationship | Huffington Post

Why Taking Out The Trash Won't Help Your Relationship | Huffington Post | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Next time you and your partner bicker over whose turn it is to take out the trash, you might feel tempted to give in and do it.
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Don't sacrifice for partner after stressful day | Times of India

Don't sacrifice for partner after stressful day | Times of India | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
While making sacrifices in a romantic relationship is generally a positive thing, doing so on days when you are feeling especially stressed may not be beneficial, according to a new study from the...
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Gardening may help improve cognitive function and mood | Dublin News (Ireland)

Gardening is good for the brain, and microbes in the soil may be the reason why, U.S. researchers suggest. Dr. Charles Raison, an associate professor of psychiatry in the University of Arizona College of Medicine and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at the University of Arizona said the physical benefits of gardening have been known for decades.

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Frequently Making Sacrifices For Your Partner May Negatively Impact The Relationship | The Inqusitr

Frequently Making Sacrifices For Your Partner May Negatively Impact The Relationship | The Inqusitr | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Every relationship has its highs and lows, good days and bad, and sometimes sacrifices are made for the greater good with little thought to immediate gratitude or reciprocation.
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Good days, bad days: When should you make sacrifices in a relationship? | ScienceDaily

A new study suggests that while making sacrifices in a romantic relationship is generally a positive thing, doing so on days when you are feeling especially stressed may not be beneficial.
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Producción sustentable de hortalizas en invernaderos | Hortalizas

Producción sustentable de hortalizas en invernaderos | Hortalizas | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
La Universidad de Arizona, EUA conduce trabajos investigativos para producir frutas y hortalizas en invernaderos de manera orgánica y asequible
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GMOs Backfiring as Chemical Resistance to Insects Grows Even Stronger... & they Still Kill Bees | Before It's News

 Promises made by the biotechnology industry about the alleged robustness of its genetically modified (GM) crops are proving to be false, as research out of the University of Arizona (UA) uncovers a growing resistance by pests to even the most advanced crop chemical technologies in use today.

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Gardening May Help Improve Cognitive Function And Mood | Personal Liberty Digest

TUCSON (UPI) -- Gardening is good for the brain, and microbes in the soil may be the reason why, U.S. researchers suggest. Dr.
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Shared Data, Community Ties Key to Food Security | Arizona Illustrated (TV)

Shared Data, Community Ties Key to Food Security | Arizona Illustrated (TV) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
As G-8 conference takes on issues, local leaders look at Arizona's agenda
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Heat stressed cows spend more time standing | AgriNews

A new study by researchers at the University of Arizona and Northwest Missouri State University showed that standing and lying behavior can predict heat stress in cows.

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GMO multi-toxin crops continue to backfire as more insects become resistant to crop chemicals | Natural News

Promises made by the biotechnology industry about the alleged robustness of its genetically modified (GM) crops are proving to be false, as research out of the University of Arizona (UA) uncovers a growing resistance by pests to even the most advanced crop chemical technologies in use today. Published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the new study explains how multi-toxin GM crops are quickly losing their ability to fend off pests, which could lead to a complete GMO failure in the very near future if alternate interventions are not enacted.

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Experts Share Latest Research on Valley Fever | East County Magazine (San Diego, CA)

Experts Share Latest Research on Valley Fever | East County Magazine (San Diego, CA) | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

In early April, some of the world’s foremost experts in coccidioidomycosis presented published papers on the epidemiology, laboratory science and clinical status of , a fungal disease endemic to Southwestern states like Arizona, California, New Mexico and Nevada.  Valley Fever attacks the human and animal respiratory systems and can disseminate to other organs in the body, proving fatal in some cases.

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Making Sacrifices For Your Partner After A Stressful Day May Not Be Beneficial | Medical News Today

A pile of dirty dishes looms in the kitchen. It's your spouse's night to wash, but you know he or she has had a long day so you grab a sponge and step up to the plate. It's just one of the minor d
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Technology and Toilet Seats: The Skinny on Germ Transmission | Medical Daily

Technology and Toilet Seats: The Skinny on Germ Transmission | Medical Daily | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

In the late 19th century, following the discoveries of Louis Pasteur, people began to accept the existence of germs. They had good reason: infectious disease was a leading cause of death at the time.

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Good Days, Bad Days: When Should You Make Sacrifices in a Relationship? | UANews

A new UA study suggests that while making sacrifices in a romantic relationship is generally a positive thing, doing so on days when you are feeling especially stressed may not be beneficial.
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Microbes in soil when gardening may help reduce depression | United Press International

Microbes in soil when gardening may help reduce depression | United Press International | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Gardening is good for the brain, and microbes in the soil may be the reason why, U.S. researchers suggest.
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What is Chia? A Look at Chia Nutrition and Health Benefits of Chia Seeds | EatingWell

What is Chia? A Look at Chia Nutrition and Health Benefits of Chia Seeds | EatingWell | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

Chi-chi-chi-chia! It’s back—again. Not in the form of green “fur” on bald clay animals—thank goodness. Instead these tiny seeds that once fueled ancient Aztec and Mayan empires are now a key element of the latest diet craze, the Aztec Diet. But do they deserve their miracle weight-loss superfood status?

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Do Sacrifices in Relationships Give Happiness? It Depends | Psychology Today

In the 22nd installment of Sage’s Relationship Matters podcast, hosted by Dr. Bjarne Holmes of Champlain College, Dr. Casey Totenhagen (University of Arizona) dicusses recent research on how the daily sacrifices we make in relationships (e.g., doing the dishes, picking up a partner from work) influence how happy and committed we are in our relationships. 

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Dirty Reusable Bags Can Result from Plastic Bans | Watsonville (CA) Patch

Regular washing and diligence are key to keeping your bags — and you — healthy from fecal bacteria contamination.
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How to Keep Your Reusable Bags Bacteria-Free | Campbell (CA) Patch

Regular washing and diligence are key to keeping your bags — and you — healthy from fecal bacteria contamination.
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Do the Daily Sacrifices We Make in Relationships Make Us Happier? Relationship Matters Podcast #22 | Science of Relationships

Do the Daily Sacrifices We Make in Relationships Make Us Happier? Relationship Matters Podcast #22 | Science of Relationships | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

In the 22nd installment of Sage’s Relationship Matters podcast, hosted by Dr. Bjarne Holmes of Champlain College, Dr. Casey Totenhagen (University of Arizona) dicusses recent research on how the daily sacrifices we make in relationships (e.g., doing the dishes, picking up a partner from work) influence how happy and committed we are in our relationships.

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Good Days, Bad Days: When Should You Make Sacrifices in a Relationship? | UANews

A new UA study suggests that while making sacrifices in a romantic relationship is generally a positive thing, doing so on days when you are feeling especially stressed may not be beneficial.
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Some Like It Hot – But They’re Not Cows | AgWeb.com

Heat stress takes its toll on your herd in several ways. With heat stress season right around the corner, I was fortunate to be included in discussions last week with Dr. Robert Collier of the University of Arizona.

Dr. Collier and his colleagues (including Dr. John Smith, who passed away in March) have been at the forefront of heat stress research in dairy cattle.

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Agriculture defines Yuma | Yuma Sun

Agriculture defines Yuma | Yuma Sun | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

Yuma's agriculture and the Colorado River go hand in hand. Take the water away and agriculture would likely dry up. What would be the impact to Yuma County if locally grown crops died out?

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