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Farming a Toxin To Protect Crops, Pollinators and People | Scientific American

Farming a Toxin To Protect Crops, Pollinators and People | Scientific American | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
Genetically modified crops that produce the pest-killing toxin Bt increase yields and reduce the use of noxious chemical insecticides. But like any powerful tool, they must be used responsibly
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Gross or Dangerous: Home Edition | YouBeauty (Blog)

Find out if these areas around your kitchen and home are filled with dangerous germs or just a little gross.
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Why you should call in sick | ConsumerAffairs

Why you should call in sick | ConsumerAffairs | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
As another cold and flu season gets underway, one things is a given. There's going to be a lot of coughing and sneezing around school or the office. That j
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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | KCEN (TV-Temple, TX)

Cold-and-flu season is notoriously unpredictable, but there's one thing you can count on: People will get sick. And when they do, many will bring their germs to work, putting others at risk. 

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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | State Journal (Charleston, WV)

A cough, a sneeze, an unwashed hand touching an elevator button, stair railing, ATM machine or other "hot spot" in an office or other location – that's all it takes to spread cold and flu germs. Viruses on surfaces like sink faucets and door handles can spread rapidly, especially in public places, and studies have shown that workers are exposed to illness-causing bacteria right in their own break rooms, as well as elsewhere around the office.

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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | WTVG (TV-Toledo, OH)

Why? They feel they're "essential" or have too much on their plates. A survey released today by Kimberly-Clark Professional found that 59 percent of people go to work when they're sick. Three in 10 said it was because they were too important to the business operation, which prompts the question: Are their germs essential too?

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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | WMC (TV-Memphis, TN)

Why? They feel they're "essential" or have too much on their plates. A survey released today by Kimberly-Clark Professional found that 59 percent of people go to work when they're sick. Three in 10 said it was because they were too important to the business operation, which prompts the question: Are their germs essential too?

 
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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | WUPV (TV-Richmond, VA)

Cold-and-flu season is notoriously unpredictable, but there's one thing you can count on: People will get sick. And when they do, many will bring their germs to work, putting others at risk. 

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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | WTOC (TV-Savannah, SC)

Cold-and-flu season is notoriously unpredictable, but there's one thing you can count on: People will get sick. And when they do, many will bring their germs to work, putting others at risk. 

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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | Yahoo! Finance

Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | Yahoo! Finance | CALS in the News | Scoop.it

A cough, a sneeze, an unwashed hand touching an elevator button, stair railing, ATM machine or other "hot spot" in an office or other location – that's all it takes to spread cold and flu germs. Viruses on surfaces like sink faucets and door handles can spread rapidly, especially in public places, and studies have shown that workers are exposed to illness-causing bacteria right in their own break rooms, as well as elsewhere around the office.

 
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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | KCOY (TV-Santa Maria, CA)

Cold-and-flu season is notoriously unpredictable, but there's one thing you can count on: People will get sick. And when they do, many will bring their germs to work, putting others at risk. 

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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | SYS-CON Media

Cold-and-flu season is notoriously unpredictable, but there's one thing you can count on: People will get sick. And when they do, many will bring their germs to work, putting others at risk. 

 

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Dry Nevada seeing green in indoor farming | Daily Legal News (Youngstown, OH)

Don't be fooled by the electric green foliage and pungent scents at Ken Kesick's farm. It's not like most farms you've ever seen.

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Donald Lightner named Aquaculture Person of the Year | IntraFish

Donald Lightner named Aquaculture Person of the Year | IntraFish | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
IntraFish Media's Fish Farming International names veteran shrimp pathologist its Aquaculture Person of the Year 2013 for his unrivalled work on EMS.
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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | Health Daily Tips

Cold-and-flu season is notoriously unpredictable, but there's one thing you can count on: People will get sick. And when they do, many will bring their germs to work, putting others at risk.
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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | StreetInsider

Cold-and-flu season is notoriously unpredictable, but there's one thing you can count on:...

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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | KCBD (TV-Lubbock, TX)

Cold-and-flu season is notoriously unpredictable, but there's one thing you can count on: People will get sick. And when they do, many will bring their germs to work, putting others at risk. 

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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | WLAX (TV-La Crosse, WI)

WLAX/WEUX FOX25/48 is your home for news, weather, sports, and contests in the Chippewa Valley.
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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | WXTX (TV-Columbus, GA)

Why? They feel they're "essential" or have too much on their plates. A survey released today by Kimberly-Clark Professional found that 59 percent of people go to work when they're sick. Three in 10 said it was because they were too important to the business operation, which prompts the question: Are their germs essential too?

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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | Benzinga

Survey finds some feel they are indispensable and can't miss work when they're sick.

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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | WCIV (TV-Mt. Pleasant, SC)

Cold-and-flu season is notoriously unpredictable, but there's one thing you can count on: People will get sick. And when they do, many will bring their germs to work, putting others at risk.

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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | WAFB (TV-Roswell, GA)

Why? They feel they're "essential" or have too much on their plates. A survey released today by Kimberly-Clark Professional found that 59 percent of people go to work when they're sick. Three in 10 said it was because they were too important to the business operation, which prompts the question: Are their germs essential too?

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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | Cincinnati (OH) Business Courier

Cold-and-flu season is notoriously unpredictable, but there's one thing you can count on: People will get sick. And when they do, many will bring their germs to work, putting others at risk. 

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Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season | Reuters

Watch Out for Your Co-Workers This Cold-and-Flu Season
Survey finds some feel they are indispensable and can't miss work when they're sick
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Are Farmers to Blame for Resistant Pests? | Insider Monkey (Blog)

A study conducted earlier this summer by the University of Arizona discovered that five of the 13 major agricultural pests had developed resistance to...
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