Day: September 22, 2022

Health

Desperate Long COVID Patients Turn to Unproven Alternative Therapies

Editor’s note: Find more information about long COVID in Medscape’s Long COVID Resource Center. Sept. 22, 2022 – Entrepreneur Maya McNulty, 49, was one of the first victims of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Schenectady, NY, businesswoman spent 2 months in the hospital after catching the disease in March 2020. That September, she was diagnosed with […]

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Agriculture

Gamechanger, creating a secure and sustainable beef industry

When it comes to the beef supply chain, efficiency and quality are what matters. The best genetics means the best beef, and the best beef means the best deal for farmers. Through a pioneering collaboration with Sainsbury’s, the Gamechanger program is giving British rearers, finishers and dairy farmers a more secure, profitable future. And a […]

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Weather

Tropical Tidbits — [Thursday] Hurricane Fiona Approaching Bermuda; 98L to Develop in Caribbean

Tropical Tidbits — [Thursday] Hurricane Fiona Approaching Bermuda; 98L to Develop in the Caribbean Posted by Levi at 1:11pm on September 22, 2022 « Previous Entry Basic HTML is allowed.

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Agriculture

Smartwyre Elevates Data Health and Transparency in the Ag Input Supply Chain

While many major industries have embraced cloud-based data management solutions to improve business performance, data advancement in the ag supply chain is still a challenge. The ownership, transparency, and accuracy of ag input data becomes unclear when shared with trading partners across the industry. Smartwyre, the secure digital platform that connects more than 50 percent […]

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Agriculture

Pesticide recordkeeping, complaints webinar Oct. 6

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will present the webinar “Pesticide Recordkeeping and Complaints” on Oct. 6 as part of its ongoing Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management, RWFM, Stewardship Series. The “Pesticide Recordkeeping and Complaints” webinar on Oct. 6 is part of the ongoing Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management Stewardship Series. (Texas A&M […]

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Travel

The 10 Best Places To Go Kayaking in Fort Lauderdale

The 10 Best Places To Go Kayaking in Fort Lauderdale More on Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States We think you might also like We use cookies for analytics tracking and advertising from our partners. For more information read our privacy policy. No, thanks That’s okay

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Health

COVID-19 testing startup Curative to lay off 109 employees while pivoting focus

Calif.-based startup Curative offers COVID-19 testing and vaccination services throughout the US, but as testing needs have lessened, the company is shifting its focus to launching a new health plan. Due to the course change, the company is laying off 109 employees in early November. The company filed a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act […]

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Health

Get Prescription Anxiety Medication Over the Counter

Zopiclone (Beat sleeping pill) Reduces nocturnal awakening and improves sleep quality and arousal by shortening the beginning of sleep and decreasing the number of awakenings during night. Zopiclone is also an anticonvulsant and muscle relaxant that has sedative and anxiety-reducing qualities. Zopiclone 10mg is prescribed by doctors for sleep problems and insomnia of many kinds, […]

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Agriculture

What’s Cooking with Prop 12?: An Update

In 2018, California voters passed “Prop 12,” a ballot proposal regulating space requirements for farm animals. The proposal had two main components. First, it prohibited the act of confining farm animals (egg-laying hens, veal calves and breeding pigs) in a “cruel manner.” This prohibition applies to actions and animals within the state of California. Second, […]

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Agriculture

Study suggests link between female bighorn sheep horn size and reproductive traits – RealAgriculture

A new link between horn size and reproductive fitness in female bighorn sheep highlights a potential conservation issue, according to a University of Alberta study. The study found that females with small horns are less reproductively fit and are slow reproducers, says Samuel Deakin, first author and PhD candidate in the department of Biological Sciences. […]

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