Day: September 22, 2022

Health

Know The Facts About Stroke And Stroke First Aid

We cannot think of a perfect time to talk about stroke, its signs and symptoms, and stroke first aid that could help save lives. Initiated by the Stroke Foundation, National Stroke Week 2020 aims to encourage Australians to learn the different signs of stroke and become FAST Heroes! What is a Stroke? According to The […]

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Agriculture

Corteva Agriscience to Acquire Biological Leader Symborg

Corteva, Inc. and Symborg have announced that Corteva has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Symborg, an expert in microbiological technologies based in Murcia, Spain. Respected throughout the biologicals industry, Symborg possesses a diversified existing portfolio, an emerging biocontrol pipeline, and a skilled employee base with robust technical knowledge and demand generation expertise. “Acquiring Symborg […]

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Weather

Climate debate between Tom Nelson and Gerald Kutney – Watts Up With That?

The Maxim of our resolution “Walk towards the fire. Don’t worry about what they call you.” – Andrew Breitbart | read more Follow WUWT via Email Join 64,450 other subscribers Copyright Notice Material on this website is copyright © 2006-2022, by Anthony Watts, and may not be stored or archived separately, rebroadcast, or republished without […]

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Health

Are Transgender People at Risk of Breast Cancer?

People of all genders can get breast cancer, so it’s important for trans men and trans women to consider that as part of their health care. “Anyone who has breast tissue could potentially or theoretically develop breast cancer,” says Fan Liang, MD, medical director of the Center for Transgender Health at Johns Hopkins Medicine in […]

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Health

Flint Water Crisis Left Long-Term Mental Health Consequences

The Jackson, Mississippi, water crisis this summer is a troubling reminder that some American communities are still failing to provide safe water to their residents. After Jackson’s primary water treatment plant failed, around 180,000 people were left with little or no sanitary water. It was reminiscent of the crisis in Flint, Michigan, which rose to […]

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Agriculture

WinField United Introduces New Corn PGR

Getting high-yielding corn off to a strong start has been challenging the past few years. Wet, cold weather has delayed planting, followed by drought conditions, which further stress young corn plants. Although growers can’t control Mother Nature, they can control the investments made in products used to help corn achieve optimal yield potential, such as […]

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Health

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts to launch virtual primary care with Carbon Health, Firefly Health

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts will offer a new virtual primary care option next year through partnerships with Carbon Health and Firefly Health. The insurer said the offering, available starting Jan. 1, will be included in the “majority” of its commercial health plans. Members will choose a primary care provider through Carbon or Firefly, […]

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Agriculture

AgriLife Research improves organic spinach varietiesAgriLife Today

Despite the greatly increasing consumer interest for organic spinach in the US and worldwide, production is not keeping pace with demand. Vijay Joshi, Ph.D., will lead research on a three-year project to improve organic spinach productivity. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo) To help overcome some of the challenges facing organic spinach production, Vijay Joshi, Ph.D., a […]

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Travel

This Travel Kettle Is Flight Attendant Approved and Under $50

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Health

5 Great Ingredients For Skincare

In an age where consumers are becoming more aware of what they’re applying to their bodies and what they put in them, many are eschewing products that contain a long list of chemicals that can potentially cause harm. Preservatives, artificial colorings, fragrances, and stabilizers can all have a negative effect on your body and the […]

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