Monthly Archives: May 2022

Week Off Social Media Boosts Mental Health: Study – Consumer Health News

WEDNESDAY, May 11, 2022 (HealthDay News) — It’s no secret that too much social media can be bad for your mental health. Now, research suggests that even a brief break from TikTok, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter can ease symptoms of depression and anxiety. Staying off social media for a week meant, for some study participants, gaining about nine hours of ...

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Fanatical stream: Maisie Williams rides Apple fashion drama, Descendants franchise expands, and more!

Here is a summary of all the news to know from Tuesday, May 10, 2022. FOX’s upcoming anthology series, Accused, has announced two new additions to its cast. Abigail Breslin (Scream Queens) and Aisha Dee (The Bold Type) are set to appear in an episode of the series. The episode follows Esme Brewer (Breslin), a waitress who left home at ...

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Climate change pushes pine defoliating moth north 50 years ahead of previous predictions – ScienceDaily

In Finland, climate change causes the pine pest panolis flamea, or pine moth, to move its range north 50 years ahead of predictions. Changes in the distribution and population size of pine moths are linked to higher temperatures, according to a new study from the University of Eastern Finland. The findings were reported in Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research. “This ...

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Coral reefs provide stunning images of a world under assault

Humans don’t know what they’re missing below the surface of a busy shipping channel in the ‘cruise capital of the world’. Just below the keels of massive ships, an underwater camera provides an otherworldly live feed, showing marine life doing its best to resist global warming. This Miami Government Cut camera is just one of many ventures by a marine ...

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The Compton Cowboys straighten out the mythical American West – Annenberg Media

Beyoncé opened the 94th Annual Academy Awards with a streaming performance of his song “Be Alive” from the movie King Richard. The performance opened with an overhead view of the two actresses who played Serena and Venus Williams in the film leading a line of black youths through the streets of Compton, one of them riding a horse. What you ...

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Listen Now: Our “Potcast” Returns, Crypto for Your 401(k) and Tornado Season | Podcasts

Terry Lipshetz – Universal Arizona Daily Star’s Eddie Celaya Returns With His Bi-Weekly “Potcast” Here Weed Go! after its launch on 04/20. Although the program is based in Tucson, the show addresses national issues. This episode features Samuel Richard of the Arizona Dispensary Association, who talks about the success of marijuana initiatives as well as the pot economy. Also on ...

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This 2022 Nissan Frontier trim might be the best

The 2022 Nissan Frontier is a mid-size truck available in a range of different trim levels. For this reason, drivers buying a new pickup can likely find an option that fits their needs and budget. What may be surprising is that for most buyers, the top-of-the-line Frontier may not be necessary. Especially for those who don’t plan on regularly going ...

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Fraser-Pryce sets an incredible time of 10.67 seconds in Nairobi

Jamaican Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce clocked the fastest 100m in the world this year as the two-time Olympic champion clocked 10.67 seconds to win the Kip Keino Classic, the third of the season. World Continental Athletics Tour Gold meeting, in Nairobi on Saturday The 35-year-old, who won eight Olympic medals including silver in Tokyo last summer, came out on top with ease ...

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AMERKS WINS AGAIN IN OVERTIME TO COMPLETE FIRST ROUND BELLEVILLE SWEEP

May 6, 2022 For the first time in 17 years, the Rochester Americans (2-0) are heading to the second round of the American Hockey League Calder Cup playoffs after sweeping the Belleville Senators (0-2) in the first round. ) in a repeated performance. after a 4-3 overtime win in Game 2 on Friday at CAA Arena. GAME SUMMARY PHOTO GALLERY ...

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Policy must address the drivers, not just the symptoms, of subsidence

Southeast Asia’s most productive agricultural region and home to 17 million people could be mostly underwater in a lifetime. According to an international team of researchers, saving the Mekong Delta requires urgent and concerted action between countries in the region to reduce the impact of upstream dams and better manage water and sediment in the delta. Their comment, published on ...

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Romeo Power selected by key customer as sole supplier of lithium-ion batteries for next-generation electric vehicles

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Romeo Power, Inc. (“Romeo Power” or the “Company”) (NYSE: RMO), an energy technology leader providing advanced electrification solutions for complex commercial vehicle applications, today announced that the Company had been selected by a US low-speed electric vehicle (VBEV) manufacturer as the sole supplier of lithium-ion batteries for its next-generation vehicle. These LSEVs are affordable, road-ready transportation options for ...

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Prime Minister Modi ties up with President Macron over Indo-Pacific | Latest India News

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a 90-minute one-on-one meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday evening at the Elysee Palace, focusing on the consequences and solutions to the war in Ukraine rather than the two countries’ respective positions with the two leaders. discuss ways to counter environmental degradation in the Indo-Pacific. While Prime Minister Modi had an open exchange ...

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Reviews | The White House treats the public like morons. Again.

Watson’s denial of an intent to kill Russian generals—so far 12 have been smoked—sounds like she wants you to believe the dead are what? Accidental? Accessory? Just bad luck? Of course, the United States provides intelligence to kill the best Russian officers. Aren’t you supposed to cut off the poisonous snake’s head when it crawls into your sleeping bag, whether ...

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We watched Rick Caruso’s campaign ads so you don’t have to

Those TV commercials Rick Caruso-for-mayor – oy. I live in Orange County, and even I can’t escape them. They constantly appear on KCAL-TV Channel 9 during the evening news. They appear during LA Dodgers games on cable. They fill my YouTube feed while I stream videos of goth-soul crooner The Weeknd. Why, a flash just as I write this during ...

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How to Set a Portable App as Default Software in Windows 10 and 11

Portable apps are never properly installed on Windows, so there’s no way to set them as the default app, is there? Bad. Here’s how. A portable application is an application that you can use in Windows without installing it. These applications do not come with installers and you can run them from USB sticks. You can download over 400 portable ...

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Can pee help feed the world?

French researchers and NGOs have found an alternative to chemical fertilizers, to reduce environmental pollution and feed a growing population, thanks to an unexpected ingredient: human urine. AFP PARIS-“Go pee on the rhubarb!” Engineer Fabien Esculier never forgot his grandmother’s unconventional approach to gardening – in fact, it inspired his career. Human urine may seem like a crude way to ...

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Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month: Read, Watch, Listen 2022

Lists of favorite books, movies, podcasts, and bands can serve as avatars of identity and the glue that binds a friendship together. Sharing the stories that move us, inspire us, educate us, make us laugh, cry and make us angry helps us empathize, understand and connect with others in the community. As part of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, ...

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Hiawatha students recognized at FFA banquet | Schools

Hiawatha High School’s annual FFA banquet was held earlier this month and several club members were recognized with prizes and scholarships. Jeanie Wege, HHS Agricultural Instructor and FFA Advisor, wanted to thank Pam Chadwell for catering the meal and also Pastor Jim Farris for the invocation and prayer, as well as his wonderful story about his agricultural history. The banquet ...

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Ridgefield School District bond currently fails for fifth time

The $62.5 million bond would fund a new elementary school and the expansion of Ridgefield High School. RIDGEFIELD, Wash. — For the fifth time in three years, residents of the Ridgefield School District are voting on a bond. If approved, the bond would fund a new 75,000 square foot elementary school to alleviate some of the district’s overcrowding. It would ...

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Auburn commemorates National Space Day with tribute to university astronauts

Body of the article Humanity has searched the skies in the spirit of exploration for decades, and Auburn University has helped advance that mission over the years. In honor of designating May 6 as National Space Day, Auburn has created a special webpage to commemorate the contributions of its six astronauts and other alumni who helped further space exploration. Jan ...

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Listen now: Racism and public health, social media misinformation, ‘Ozark’ is back, and so is allergy season | Podcasts

The Lee Enterprises newsroom podcasters had a busy week with lots of great new episodes. The first we examine asks a question: is racism a threat to public health? It’s a topic Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Michael Paul Williams and Kelli Lemon tackle with fellow Richmond Times-Dispatch Sabrina Moreno, who joins them on After the Monuments to share insights from her ...

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This time Neal Adams went rogue with a rejected Batman story

In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, find out how Neal Adams went rogue to get a Batman story rejected by Marv Wolfman and Len Wein published Welcome to Comic Book Legends Revealed! This is the eight hundred and thirty-seventh episode where we take a look at three comic legends and determine if they are true or false. As usual, ...

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VIPC’s Virginia Unmanned Systems Center sponsors the First UAS Integrated FLY-In at the 95th Apple Blossom Festival in Winchester, Virginia

WInchester, Virginia, April 30, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — VIPC’s Virginia Unmanned Systems Center and a coalition of public and private sector leaders from DroneUp, ATA, Ecodyne and the City of Winchester hosted a “Fly- In” at the 95th Annual Apple Blossom Festival. Featured in the demonstration was the Commonwealth’s Virginia Flight Information Exchange platform (VA FIX) that integrates environmental sensors, ...

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