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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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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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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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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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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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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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Huskers win TCU transfer of Ochaun Mathis’ commitment to Texas

The long wait came to an end on Saturday as Ochaun Mathis surprised some and confirmed the sentiment of others when he announced his decision to transfer to Nebraska rather than Texas. The former TCU EDGE defender was not tied to a squad as he has been in the transfer portal since January. Mathis set April ...

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Americold, Kraft Heinz and Feed the Children team up to feed struggling families

Families who were already struggling to make ends meet before the pandemic have since faced aggravating variables that have made daily life even more difficult – surges of new variants of COVID, the devastation caused by natural disasters and the deterioration in access to food, possible loss of employment, reduced public transportation options and increased cost of food. According to ...

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GOP candidates for Deschutes Co. commissioner face off at Forum

BEND, OR — The tTwo Republicans vying for commissioner of Deschutes One County faced off in a virtual forum on Tuesday hosted by the League of Women Voters and the City Club of Central Oregon. Main priorities Challenger Scott Stuart and incumbent Tony DeBone were asked what they think are the biggest issues. Stuart cited water, homelessness and what he ...

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How to make strawberry milk? Cute and Funny Video Says Just Give the Cow Strawberries | Tendency

This video which was shared on Instagram hilariously shows how a cow is fed a strawberry in order to make strawberry milk. Videos on the internet that show the cutest animals doing even cuter things are a guaranteed pleasure to watch. Just like this video which was shared by the Instagram page named Animal and involves a cute cow. The ...

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Priyanka Chopra-Nick Jonas: Is It Me Or Are You Cringing Too At These Happy Life Photos?

“Another sweet pic of Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas and I’ll…” Do you think like that? I do it. Because, what is this obsession for an actress and her singer husband in the media, in particular the digital media? What is driving the online news and entertainment media to fall on each other to report the finer details of this ...

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Saskatchewan. Sheep farmers face cold spring and feed shortage

It’s been a tough lambing season for Saskatchewan farmers this year. The cold weather has been difficult for the new lambs, which are susceptible to hypothermia. “If you think you’re going out of a pool with cold air or cold wind, I mean you get cold very quickly, and the lambs have a pretty small body mass,” said Gordon Schroeder ...

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A Dem. The candidate appears for the CD5 forum

BEND, OR — The City Club of Central Oregon and the League of Women Voters of Deschutes County have launched a series of primary candidate forums with Democrats vying for Oregon’s fifth congressional district. After initially agreeing to participate in Tuesday’s event, the League of Women Voters said incumbent representative Kurt Schrader has withdrawn. Challenger Jamie McLeod-Skinner appeared alone on ...

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Your MAX Benefit Prediction

BURLINGTON, Vermont (WCAX) – Happy Easter to all who celebrate! The good news is that today won’t be as wet as yesterday, but it will still be brisk for mid-April with scattered showers. Expect mostly cloudy skies with some sunny spells. Temperatures will only soar into the 40s this afternoon, but with a steady northwesterly wind, wind chills will likely ...

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Dad seeking pain relief dies of fentanyl overdose

WELD COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) – A Weld County family has opened up about their recent tragic loss to save another family from experiencing the same grief. Chelsea Ramirez says her husband died of a fentanyl overdose, but he wasn’t a drug addict and he wasn’t trying to get high, he was just a hard-working, hurting dad. According to Ramirez, her ...

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Canon USA, Inc. Announces New Leadership Appointment

MELVILLE, NY, April 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Canon UNITED STATESInc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, is proud to announce a new leadership appointment and promotion effective April 1, 2022. Isao “Sammy” Kobayashi has been promoted to senior vice president and general manager, Hybrid-workplace Solutions Group, Canon UNITED STATESInc., and named senior executive of Canon Inc. Mr. Kobayashi demonstrates excellent ...

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One student killed, 2 injured in crossfire outside Bronx high school

A 16-year-old girl who was walking home innocently became the latest victim of New York’s spiraling gun crisis when she was killed outside a high school in the South Bronx on Friday as she and two other teenagers were hit in the crossfire of a shooting by “brazen criminals”. .” The 1.45pm bloodshed, which came a week after an innocent ...

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RRR ₹ 1000 cr bash success: Aamir Khan, Ram Charan, Jr NTR assist, Palak Tiwari also joins

A big party was held on Wednesday as the RRR of SS Rajamouli passed through ₹1000 crore worldwide. Everyone from Aamir Khan, Huma Qureshi to Johnny Lever, Makrand Deshpande joined in the celebrations. Photos and videos from the event are proof that they all had a blast celebrating the film’s box office success. Alia Bhatt, who also has a central ...

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AHA News: The health ripple effects of the pandemic have begun. What can we do now? – Consumer Health News

TUESDAY, April 5, 2022 (American Heart Association News) — For more than two years, the direct damage of COVID-19 has been visible in overwhelmed intensive care departments and grim statistics. Today, some of its indirect effects are highlighted. Studies link the pandemic to higher rates of fatal heart disease and strokes, deaths from substance abuse issues, and more. The exact ...

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Amy Schumer comments on the Will Smith Chris Rock slap

“Did you read that in your newsfeed?” Yeah, we’re still talking about the slap. Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images Karwai Tang/Getty Images “Still in shock, amazed and sad,” she wrote in a since-deleted Instagram post. “I’m proud of myself and my co-hosts. But yeah. I’m waiting for this sickening feeling to go away from what we’ve all witnessed.” Well, Amy ...

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Collegiate Nationals, Oceanside Live Feed and Paratri Prize Money – Triathlete

“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> To access all of our workouts, gear, and race coverage, plus exclusive workout plans, FinisherPix photos, event discounts, and GPS apps, >”,”name”:”in-content- cta”,”type”:”link “}}”>subscribe to Outside+. USAT offers prizes to paratriathletes Taking another step toward professionalizing the sport of paratriathlon, USA Triathlon will now offer athlete support stipends equal ...

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COVID-19 vaccination not linked to adverse peripartum effects – Consumer Health News

WEDNESDAY, March 30, 2022 (HealthDay News) — Vaccination against COVID-19 is not associated with an increased risk of adverse perinatal outcomes, according to a large Canadian study published online March 24 in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Deshayne B. Fell, Ph.D., of the University of Ottawa in Canada, and colleagues examined peripartum outcomes after COVID-19 vaccination during pregnancy ...

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Need to encourage young people into animal husbandry: Livestock Minister Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal

Livestock Minister Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal said due to the high cost of fodder, feed and other things, livestock farming is no longer profitable. : Punjab Livestock Minister Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal on Monday ordered department officials to come up with a policy to encourage youngsters in the state to take up animal husbandry to make them self-sufficient. In a meeting with ...

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Reviews | Why Historians Should Be Thankful Texts of Ginni Thomas as a Teenager

“Watermarked ballots in over 12 states were part of a huge Trump and military white hat sting operation in 12 key battleground states,” Thomas wrote of the “heist,” reinforcing the QAnon’s fantasy that Trump watermarked mail-in ballots to help track potential voter fraud. “It’s a fight of good versus evil,” Meadows wrote, as if streaming Armageddon play-by-play. “Evil always looks ...

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Common COVID drug may be helpful at low dose – Consumer Health News

THURSDAY, March 24, 2022 (HealthDay News) — A lower dose of a widely used COVID-19 drug is just as effective as a higher dose, new research shows. Tocilizumab (Actemra) is a rheumatoid arthritis drug that has become the standard of care for treating severe COVID-19, but high demand and production limitations have led to drug shortages in many countries. These ...

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‘Devastation’ as Noosa feeds on rare cleaned shiny cockatoos

Residents of Noosa say they are devastated after witnessing the ‘arm of destruction’ knocking down trees at a popular feeding ground known for one of Australia’s rarest cockatoos. Locals say oak trees, which are the only plant species that black glossy cockatoos eat, were among the vegetation felled on Tuesday. The glade was to make way for the first stage ...

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TikTok was “just a dance app”. Then the Ukrainian war began | ICT Tac

MSome have called the invasion of Ukraine the world’s first “TikTok war”, and experts say it’s high time the short-form video platform – once known mainly for its silly lip-syncs and dance challenges – be taken seriously. Some politicians do just that. In a speech, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy appealed to “TikTokers” as a group that could help end the ...

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Ukrainians on the run recount the “hell” of Mariupol | world news

Ukrainian families on the run describe the “hell” they left behind in the besieged city of Mariupol, seeing dead bodies in the streets and sleeping in sub-zero temperatures, hiding in cellars. Pounded relentlessly by Russian forces, they said they were forced to melt snow to drink water and cook leftover food over open fires, food, water and electricity being cut. ...

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Ukraine-Russia War News Live: ‘Pretty good’ peace talks held as Zelenskyy hints at NATO concession | world news

‘We are ready to fight’: Defiant Klitschko brothers call on world to step up aid to Ukraine By Alex Crawford, Special Envoy, in Kyiv The building was still emitting black smoke and firefighters were still pouring water on the 15-storey building in western Kyiv when the city’s most famous boxer brothers arrived. The brothers entered the gardens of apartments in ...

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Ukraine-Russia Live Updates: Zelenskyy Appeals to Ukrainians; Johnson says ‘Putin’s barbaric actions are testing all of humanity’ | world news

Zelenskyy to the Ukrainians: “We have to hold on. We have to fight. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy delivered another speech tonight, on what he describes as “the 18th day of our war for life, for Ukraine, for independence”. He spoke about the attack near the Polish border, saying: “Nothing was happening there that could threaten the territory of the Russian ...

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Meta employees left to do their own laundry as benefits are cut | Silicon Valley

Lavish on-site perks may be a thing of the past for Meta employees, who will now have to do their own laundry due to corporate cutbacks. Facebook’s parent company told employees it would cut various perks, including free laundry, dry cleaning and valet parking, as well as postponing the daily half-hour free dinner from 6 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. first ...

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Bevon Charles from Granada is getting into sustainable agriculture for #BreakTheBias

The world of agriculture was once seen as a man’s world, with men being the sole providers…but now women are also taking on the role of nurturing communities and advancing technology in the sector. One such person is Bevon Chadel Charles, 31, CEO and founder of Akata Farms. She is a self-employed farmer in Grenada. In 2021, Charles won a ...

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NBC SPORTS HAS CHOSEN COSM, ITS IMMERSIVE 8K LIVE VIDEO AND VR EXPERIENCE PROVIDER FOR THE 2022 OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC WINTER GAMES

STAMFORD, Conn., March 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — NBC Sports has selected Cosm to deliver an immersive, ultra-high resolution experience 8K streaming for its virtual reality coverage of the XXIV Olympic Winter Games, Beijing, Chinafrom February 2 to 20. NBCUniversal provided coverage of the 2022 Winter Olympics from February 2-20with a Winter Olympics record of over 2,800 hours of coverage on ...

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Global Animal Feed Additives Market to Reach $18 Billion by 2026

What’s new for 2022? Global competitiveness and percentage market shares of main competitors Market presence in multiple geographies – Strong/Active/Niche/Trivial Peer-to-peer collaborative online interactive updates Access to our digital archives and the MarketGlass research platform Free updates for one year Editing: 17; Published: February 2022Executive Pool: 8171Companies: 272 – Players covered include ADDCON GmbH; Adisseo France SAS; Ajinomoto Co., Inc.; ...

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Feed the Kids to Provide Over $4 Million in Books to Schools and Community Partners Across America During National Reading Month

Feed the Children believes it’s more important than ever to get books into the hands of students across America. The nonprofit will deliver books to schools across the country, reaching students as far west as Los Angelesto the east of Baltimore, Maryland; from north to Detroit, Mich. and south to Dallas, TX. In addition, Feed the Children also works with ...

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Brazil’s beef industry begins to tackle methane emissions

On his ranch in the state of Mato Grosso, in the heart of Brazil’s agricultural belt, Raul Almeida Moraes Neto has spent the past six years innovating in cattle breeding. In the name of sustainable farming, the trained agronomist has undertaken a series of measures to reduce his environmental impact. A small part of his property near the municipality of ...

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Australia’s showdown against Google and Facebook worked – sort of

Elena Lacey | Getty On Zoom, Australian Communications Minister Paul Fletcher looks like a man in the middle of a victory speech. He credits his team and the country’s competition regulator with succeeding where others have failed: making tech giants pay for information. “A lot of people were saying you can’t really pull it off against the global digital giants,” ...

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Reviews | Tucker Carlson goes it alone against Putin

While Carlson deserves points for having an original take on Ukraine, his originality hasn’t produced many imitators. Most high profile conservative media, such as the National examthe Dispatch, Remarkthe Washington ExaminerGeorge F. Will and washington time failed to sustain Carlson’s affection for Putin. They broadly support Ukraine while accusing Biden of not doing more to quash the crisis. Fox News ...

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Putin’s made-for-TV security debate gives him the answers he wants to hear on Ukraine

For Vladimir Putin’s extraordinary meeting with his top security officials on Monday, he chose the hall adorned with the Kremlin’s Order of St. Catherine. Designed by the czars to show off the glories of the Russian Empire, the decor perfectly underscored how much the president has come to resemble his autocratic ancestors of yore. In a made-for-TV broadcast, Putin asked ...

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Ganja with a market value of over $5 million seized in five hours

Police are following several leads they hope could lead to individuals linked to gun trafficking who were carrying a large amount of marijuana, over 1,000 pounds, which was confiscated by police over a period of five o’clock Thursday. The drugs which collectively had an estimated street value of around $5 million were seized in two separate operations, the first along ...

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Did a Louisiana woman feed cupcakes with bodily fluids to school kids?

Editor’s note: This article inevitably contains references and details about child sexual abuse that some readers might find particularly upsetting. In February 2022, various news outlets reported disturbing details of a child sex abuse case involving a former husband and wife in Livingston, Louisiana. The United Kingdom daily starfor example, published an article with the title “Teacher gave students cupcakes ...

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Exclusive: Trump app opens to hundreds of testers ahead of planned launch

U.S. President Donald Trump speaks in the East Room of the White House in Washington, U.S. November 4, 2020. REUTERS/Carlos Barria/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Feb 17 (Reuters) – Details of former U.S. President Donald Trump’s new social media app are spreading as around 500 beta testers started using an early version of ‘Truth ...

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Reviews | The wellness story is a hoax

Photo of TPN file A shelf in the Pitt Pantry, based at Bellefield Presbyterian Church. Americans love good news, where ordinary civilians come together for the greater good despite their differences and overcome any obstacles that stand in their way. Some examples include a Philadelphia woman using her home as a pantry Where a teacher who raises funds so that ...

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Supply to US LNG export plants soars

Supplies to U.S. liquefied natural gas export plants hit near-record levels over the weekend, according to Refinitiv, as ships dock for the first time for loading at all seven export terminals. . Venture Global received approval Friday from federal energy regulators to load LNG onto the first commissioning vessel at its Calcasieu Pass export plant in Louisiana. The Yiannis tanker ...

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Governor Parson Adds Millions to Budget to Feed Missouri Seniors

A lingering cold drizzle fell late Friday morning as people arrived for lunch at the West Point Senior Center. Despite the cold, they smiled and laughed as they greeted other seniors they regularly meet at the site. And after eating a hot meal, they started chatting among themselves. Gwen and Dennis Dykes usually check the daily menu before venturing to ...

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Feeding Louisville shelters homeless during city inclement weather | News

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – More than 100 homeless people stood outside a Fairdale hotel on Friday, dreading returning to the streets where they live. For a week, they have found refuge inside the Woodspring Suites hotel. About 60 rooms have been reserved to provide them with heat during the Louisville ice storm. They were forced to leave on Friday. “They ...

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Feed The Green Bin program expands in Howard County

HOWARD COUNTY, MD – The Feed the Green Bin program in Howard County will be expanded to include 5,635 homes in the Wilde Lake and Centennial Lane areas, which means 53% of households will help the environment by diverting waste food from landfills and turning them into compost. The county’s curbside food waste collection program will eventually serve more than ...

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Midwinter Blues Could Be SAD: An Expert’s Guide to Treatments – Consumer Health News

WEDNESDAY, Feb. 9, 2022 (HealthDay News) — Although the days are getting noticeably longer, if you’re feeling down this winter, you may be suffering from a form of depression called seasonal affective disorder, or SAD. SAD, which typically begins when daylight decreases in the fall, affects about 5% of American adults. It is more common in women than in men ...

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Inflows into Hong Kong ETFs doubled last year compared to 2020

Interested in ETFs? Visit our ETF hub for news and investor insights, market updates and analysis, and easy-to-use tools to help you select the right ETFs. The Hong Kong exchange-traded fund market has been boosted by strong investor inflows in 2021 despite a turbulent local stock market that has been rattled by sweeping regulatory reforms in China. The 143 Hong ...

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The municipal council will meet on February 8, 2022

Each City Council Briefing Package includes a note from the City Administrator providing a summary and background to the items on the agenda. We’ll start posting these memos here in our news feed to make them more accessible. You can sign up to be notified of news, agendas and more by email. This meeting will be held in person and ...

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Meal donations for hospital workers ‘help feed their souls’ | Local News

Others have responded to calls from Pastor Mary, including The Alpine Chef and La Petite Auberge, or donated on their own, such as Ristorante Renato, which made a weekly delivery to a MWHC COVID unit, according to its Facebook post. ENOUGH, a local ministry that empowers black and brown people, sent a food truck, which provided 300 meals. “Mary Washington ...

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KRQE Newsfeed: Winter Storm, Walmart Shooting, Latest Officer-Involved Shooting, APS Bystanders, Save the Bees

Wednesday’s Best Stories The 5 facts of Wednesday [1] Snow Intensifies Wednesday Morning and Throughout the Day – Snow has been falling since last night in northern New Mexico and the roads will be snowy and slippery. Flurries will continue in these areas for most of the day, causing road conditions to deteriorate as the day progresses. [2] Accused shoplifter ...

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‘Scrambling’: Family tell Victoria Hospital there aren’t enough staff to feed 87-year-old mother – B.C.

A staff shortage at the Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria due to COVID-19 means that at least one patient has to rely on her family to come and feed her. Margaret Mears is currently hospitalized due to a reaction to her antibiotics. His hands are practically paralyzed. Mears’ daughter, Helen Bell, was contacted by the hospital on Monday morning and ...

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Westbrook restaurant braves winter storm Bobby to feed crews | Connecticut News

OLD SAY BROOK, CT (WFSB) – During the height of winter storm Bobby, many people stayed home, but for those who had to work clearing the roads, finding a place to eat was a real challenge. There was a place in Old Saybrook that managed to stay open, with only one person running the store. Richard Bovino is the owner ...

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Chicago man uses his past experience to help nurture those struggling with homelessness

CHICAGO — He started serving soup to homeless camps in an effort to help achieve sobriety. Now this local leader is on a mission, enlisting volunteers and starting a non-profit organization to help those struggling with homelessness. Kenneth Purnell is one of Chicago’s Very Own. Chef Kenneth Purnell can be picky when it comes to choosing which homemade soup donations ...

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Afghanistan. Parents Sell Children and Kidneys to Feed Starving Families | world news

Warning: This article contains distressing content. During our first days in Herat, we encountered whole families who sold their kidneys so they could eat. In one case, three brothers and their two sisters told us they flogged their organs for around £1,150 apiece to buy food for the rest of the family. We sat down with a mother grieving for ...

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Georgia lawmakers caught off guard by Justice Breyer’s retirement announcement – WSB-TV Channel 2

ATLANTA — U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer is expected to formally announce Thursday that he is stepping down at the end of his term. The news of Breyer’s retirement has many wondering what impact it will have on Georgian cases moving through the federal court system. Channel 2’s Richard EllioI have spoken with state capitol lawmakers about the impending ...

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Caddle says she’s focused on the constituency, not the ministry

As people go through the list of Cabinet members and take note of new ministers or missing ministries, another MP, Marsha Caddle, explains why her name is not among her colleagues. A former minister in the Department of Finance, Caddle retained her seat representing the constituency of St Michael South Central. Hours after Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley appointed the ...

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Pitpat is a Game Changer for GPS Dog Trackers, Pet Business World UK’s Pet Trade News & Events

Pet health technology company, PitPat, claims to have developed the first subscription-free tracker to incorporate both the latest LTE-M and NB-IoT technologies. The company’s innovation gives the tracker better power performance, better network coverage and availability, and long battery life. These changes help overcome issues like size, short battery life, ongoing subscriptions, and unreliable performance, PitPat says. The new tracker ...

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NASA seeks innovative food production ideas to feed astronauts

NASA is now inviting new and existing teams to enter Phase 2 for a grant of up to $1 million Washington: NASA will award up to $1 million to people who can come up with innovative and sustainable food production ideas to feed astronauts in space, as the US space agency prepares to send astronauts further into space than ever ...

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Native American Tribe, New Mexico Ink Water Lease

through: By SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN Associated Press Job : January 21, 2022 / 7:51 a.m. MST / Update: January 21, 2022 / 9:46 a.m. MST FILE – The Colorado River in the upper river basin is pictured in Lees Ferry, Arizona, May 29, 2021. A Native American tribe has agreed to lease more of its water to help cope with ...

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Legislative session, Resumption of cyberattack, Cool temperatures arrive with snow and rain, Mural debate, Green’s GoFundMe

Wednesday’s Best Stories The five facts of Wednesday [1] Governor outlines key priorities to begin 2022 session The legislative session is now entering the second day and Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham outlines how she wants to spend what she called an “unimaginable amount of money”. It proposes a budget of 8.4 billion dollars, an increase of 13% compared to last ...

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Feed the Need makes its mark, moving from meals to monetary donations | News

Mickey Bakst’s mission when he launched Feed the Need in April 2009 was simple: feed the starving residents of Charleston with the help of local chefs. That goal hasn’t changed, but how the nonprofit delivers on that promise has. When it launched, the initiative brought together a rotating cast of 52 local restaurants, caterers, hoteliers and culinary schools each Wednesday ...

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The ocular oncology landscape is ‘changing rapidly’

January 16, 2022 1 minute read Source/Disclosures Published by: Source: Williams Jr. BK. What’s new in the world of ocular oncology? Featured at: Hawaiian Eye; January 15-21, 2022; Waikoloa, Hawaii. Disclosures: Williams claims to be a consultant for Allergan, Castle Biosciences and Genentech. ADD A SUBJECT TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are published on Please provide ...

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The 7 Best Apps to Check Sports Scores on Your iPhone

Whatever sports you follow, you’ll likely benefit from apps that will help you stay on top of the latest scores. Sports can be a welcome distraction from a busy life, but chances are you won’t have time to watch all the games. In this scenario, these sports score apps are even more valuable. 1. Sky Sports Results Covering all the ...

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UK farm animal feed supplier still linked to Amazon deforestation | Deforestation

A major feed supplier is still buying soybeans and corn from a farm linked to deforestation in the Amazon, despite pledging to clean up its global supply chains. Cargill, a giant agricultural multinational that sells feed for British chicken farms, buys crops from a farm growing soybeans on deforested land in the Brazilian Amazon. An investigation by the Bureau of ...

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Unemployed people could help feed rural Australia | Narooma News

Putting unemployed and elderly people to work could help feed regional and remote communities during the peak of the Omicron outbreak, according to an industry body. Acting Small Business Minister Anne Ruston on Wednesday suggested opening job opportunities for older Australians, the unemployed and temporary visa holders to ease the burden on the country’s supply chain caused by the resurgence ...

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Hobbs baby update, Stolen in New Mexico, Snow and rain, Blood shortage, First female manager

The best stories of Tuesday The five facts for Tuesday [1] ‘We just found a baby in the trash’: Details emerge after Hobbs teenager accused of throwing newborn baby in dumpster A newborn baby left in a dumpster is stable. Police said his mother wrapped him in a towel, put him in a garbage bag and dumped the newborn in ...

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Social Media Fuels Division and Angst – But solving the underlying issues at stake is extremely complex

Despite various studies and counter-studies, largely funded by the networks themselves, social media remains an extremely problematic vehicle for divisive messages and harmful movements. But its influence is often misunderstood, or elements are amalgamated to obscure the facts, for various reasons. The true influence of the social is not necessarily due to algorithms or amplification as elements of focus. The ...

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You can help prevent cervical cancer – Consumer Health News

SATURDAY January 8, 2022 (HealthDay News) – Cervical cancer is the only preventable gynecologic cancer, but there were more than 4,000 deaths in the United States in 2021 and nearly 14,500 new ones cases, according to the American Cancer Society. The best way to avoid this is to make sure that you and your children get their human papillomavirus vaccines, ...

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Business Roundup: Diamond D Feed & Supply Could Bring New Co-Owners, Sofie’s Pita To Open

David King and his wife, Amanda, hope to become part-owners of Diamond D Feed & Supply Co., with owner Matt Mattia, once their loan is approved in February. A resident of Ramona for most of his life, David King brings 20 years of hay delivery experience. “I wanted to give my kids an opportunity later in life to work in ...

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Local church partners with Centraide and Doordash to help feed people in need

HOUSTON – Every Monday at Brentwood Baptist Church on Landmark Street, a dozen or more volunteers flock to the parking lot. “We’re trying to feed God’s people, that’s what we’re doing here,” Lagwendolyn Hicks said. The church is working together to help feed those in need. “As you can see from the line, food is in dire need of food ...

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Volunteers give back on Christmas Eve to Feed My Starving Children in Schaumburg

Here’s Good News Sunday, a compilation of some of the most upbeat and inspiring stories recently published by the Daily Herald: The spirit of giving is still in the air at Feed My Starving Children in Schaumburg, but December 24 was a little different. With Christmas carols filling the hall with music, around 250 people, mostly families, spent their Christmas ...

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Windows 11 Sun Valley 2 will be finalized by summer

Windows 11 turns one year old in July 2022, and Microsoft will be giving users a birthday present – a new feature update with a long list of much-needed improvements. The update is apparently codenamed “Sun Valley 2” internally and will be similar to the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Sun Valley 2 or 22H2 would be a version of Windows ...

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State and federal government feed manatees lettuce after year of high mortality

FORT MYERS A difficult year for the manatees is coming to an end. It has been the deadliest year for manatees and now warmer temperatures could put them at even greater risk. The high number of deaths is due to mortality and pollution of seagrass beds. State and federal governments are trying to help sea cows by bending the rules ...

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What is the value of local news survival?

“A democracy ceases to be a democracy if its citizens do not participate in its governance. To participate intelligently, they need to know what their government has done, is doing and is planning to do on their behalf. Every time an obstacle, whatever its name, is placed in the path of this information, a democracy is weakened and its future ...

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Ryan Day comments on Ohio State Rose Bowl withdrawals: “I love these guys”

Usually, the day of welcoming a game of bowls is not very hectic. Monday at Disneyland, as Ohio State and Utah made their first appearances after arriving in Los Angeles ahead of the Rose Bowl, generated plenty of news. Prior to the parade and media availability at Disneyland, the Junior Receiver Garrett wilson posted on social media that he was ...

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TECNO and Cityzens Giving celebrate the success of the CSR program in Colombia

TECNO (www.TECNO-Mobile.com) and Cityzens Giving celebrate the success of a youth-led virtual soccer and education program in Colombia, which trained 80 young leaders from Barranquilla, who in turn reached out to thousands of children and families in their communities . The young leaders of this CSR program received TECNO cell phones and attended workshops on using football, technology and games ...

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Christmas light show at Webster Groves helps feed the community

WEBSTER GROVES, Mo. – The Christmas decorations on Summit Avenue more than just shine brightly. They have “season of giving” in full screen. “The lights really attract people, but the point is to raise awareness and support the foraging operation,” said Jack McGowan, a Summit Avenue resident. With help from neighbors, McGowan co-founded Miracle on Summit Ave, a fundraising initiative ...

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Silly ‘Feed the Scousers’ chants won’t go away, but Everton and Liverpool have the final say

At Goodison Park earlier this month, Arsenal fans joined in a heartwarming moment of applause for the tragic Arthur Labinjo-Hughes – the toddler tortured and starved by his obnoxious father and stepmother. Then in the next breath, they sang “Feed the Scousers”. The juxtaposition was as stupid as it was despicable. But then, very little thought is given to football ...

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The government presents a budgetary framework document

22 December 2021 • • Download logo The National Budget Framework Document (PFNB) for the 2022/23 fiscal year was presented to Parliament. The PFNB presented by the Minister of State for Finance, Planning and Economic Development (Planning), Hon Henry Musasizi, in accordance with the Public Financial Management Law during the last legislature sitting for the year on Tuesday December 21, ...

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Clarksville Now: A local source of information to unite our community

Comment from Chris Smith, editor-in-chief of Clarksville Now: A few years ago, I think it was in 2019, I was speaking at a Kiwanis club reunion, giving them an annual recap of major local media stories. I was the newspaper’s editor at the time, answering questions about the decline of print – which is a national problem affecting newspapers and ...

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Congolese rumba joins the UNESCO world heritage list | Al Jazeera Newsfeed – Oakland News Now

Oakland News Now – Congolese rumba joins the UNESCO World Heritage List | Al Jazeera News Feed – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. Born in the crucible of 19th century Cuba and re-exported to Africa ...

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KRQE newsfeed: search for arrest, threats at school, cool and calm, search for bicycle accidents, tribute to the library

Best Friday Stories The five facts of Friday [1] Arrest warrant issued for man accused of driving vehicle which fatally struck 7-year-old child The search is underway for the man who police say was driving an all-terrain vehicle when he collided with a young boy, killing him near the River of Lights. The APD and state police say they know ...

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Recycled animal feed creates a sustainable solution to food waste

Up to 40 percent of America’s food supply is wasted each year, with heavy losses occurring between Thanksgiving and New Years. Throughout the winter vacation, the amount of waste produced increases by 25%, with food constituting the largest category of waste in the United States, according to the Ecology Center. Across the country, zootechnicians and entrepreneurs are looking for solutions ...

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Reviews | Why Only the Liberals Care Chris Wallace Has Left Fox

Purge of the Patriots It was perhaps the craziest stuff Fox had ever broadcast, but it wasn’t that far removed from the crazy stuff his reporters had broadcast on Fox’s service. Remember Fox’s many segments on a “war on Christmas”? When Megyn Kelly insisted that Santa and Jesus were white? The time Geraldo Rivera blamed the hoodies for Trayvon Martin’s ...

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UNICEF Ambassadors, Supporters and Global Leaders Travel Around the World to Commemorate 75 Years of UNICEF

Download logo Presidents, government ministers, senior United Nations leaders, UNICEF ambassadors, partners, children and youth gathered at events around the world to commemorate UNICEF’s 75th anniversarye birthday this week. “Since its inception 75 years ago in the aftermath of World War II, UNICEF has worked for every child, whoever they are and wherever they live,” said Henrietta Fore, Executive Director ...

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Feeding a family: students donate two minibuses full of items

Westcroft teacher Carl Bates, center, with students and Good Shepherd Thomas Mitchell and Chris Smith Students at Westcroft School in Wolverhampton have been busy collecting food and toiletries to support the Express & Star’s Feed a Family This Christmas campaign. School council members collected donations from their classmates and families and this week made deliveries to The Well and The ...

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Reviews | Finally, a sort of real number for the entirely subjective value of Donald Trump

And yet, the company has excited traders enough to increase its current market value to over $ 2 billion. You might think that means the Trump brand is actually worth $ 2 billion, but you’d be wrong: the speculative rise in the stock is a reaction to the billion dollars the Trump brand has attracted, not just the Trump brand. ...

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Live video: Instagram’s Adam Mosseri testifies before Congress

WASHINGTON – Instagram chief Adam Mosseri appears before a Senate panel Wednesday afternoon to defend the social media app against growing bipartisan outrage over reported harms to young users. This is Mr. Mosseri’s first appearance before Congress. He is the top official at Meta, the company formerly known as Facebook and the parent company of Instagram, to testify before lawmakers ...

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Tens of thousands without electricity, people urged to stay indoors in Red Counties

11:05A M Source: Met.ie The current Met Éireann weather warnings are the following: Status Red – Wind warning for Cork, Kerry Southwesterly winds then veering northwesterly will reach average speeds above 80 km / h with violent or destructive gusts above 130 km / h. Due to a combination of high waves, storm surges and high tide, coastal flooding is ...

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Petronas advances giant Kasawari CCS project as FEED competition intensifies

Petronas’ giant Kasawari carbon capture and storage (CCS) project, which the company describes as one of the largest in the world, is moving towards final investment approval in 2022 after the Malaysian energy company launched a call for tenders for front-end engineering and design (FEED). Petronas has issued a tender from two consortia: Malaysia Marine & Heavy Engineering (MMHE) with ...

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Keep Your Vacation Allergy Free This Year – Consumer Health News

SATURDAY, December 4, 2021 (HealthDay News) – Planning ahead will reduce the risk of allergies and asthma that interfere with your vacation plans, according to an expert. “In addition to worries about COVID-19, people with allergies and asthma sometimes have an extra layer of anxiety because they always have to think about allergy and asthma triggers that can cause severe ...

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Onslow Feed and Grain is one of the oldest companies in Richlands

A seven-year-old could be one of Richlands ‘youngest “employees” at one of Richlands’ oldest businesses. It’s all part of how family tradition keeps people coming back to Onslow Feed and Grain. The long-standing business, located at 410 W Hargett St in Richlands, was opened in 1954 as the Richlands Milling Company by the father of the current owner, Elsie Jones, ...

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Hunters feed the needy | News, Sports, Jobs

Staff Photos / Allie Vugrincic Dan Padula, Jr., of Weathersfield, left, and Jerry Usselman of Champion with the Trumbull County Federation of Sports Clubs unload boxes of five pounds of locally harvested venison Wednesday at St. Vincent’s from Paul Society to Warren. WARREN – The Trumbull County Federation of Sports Clubs donated 150 pounds of minced venison in five-pound wrappers ...

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Reviews | Why Fox stopped talking about Trump

It won’t be love at first sight for even casual viewers that when you consider all the news and commentary on the cable networks, they regularly give it a political twist. That’s why Fox is favored by Republicans, and MSNBC or CNN are mostly popular with Democrats. But the measurable fluctuations mentioned by the Lincoln Project are just one example ...

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Ghislaine Maxwell, Snowboarder death, Hot and sunny, Local shop, River of Lights

Best Monday Stories The five facts of Monday [1] The stage is set for the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell for sex trafficking Opening statements are expected to begin in the trial of a woman accused of recruiting and grooming girls for the late disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein and a New Mexico ranch will take center stage. Ghislaine Maxwell, the ex-girlfriend ...

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Polish Muslim leader helps feed migrants and soldiers | Way of life

BOHONIKI, Poland – Maciej Szczesnowicz cried when he first saw migrants at the border, starving and exhausted from being stranded as he tried to enter from Belarus. The president of the local Muslim community in the village of Bohoniki in eastern Poland, Szczesnowicz saw people so tired that they could no longer stand, so hungry that they gathered mushrooms on ...

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Feed the People event returns to Port Alberni with COVID precautions

Port Alberni, BC – Teechuktl’s mental health team and Quu’asa staff from the Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council (NTC) are getting ready for this year’s Feed the People Christmas. Through food donations, the event will provide 300 meals to anyone in need in Port Alberni on December 8. “Christmas is a supposedly happy time of year,” said Irene Robinson, welfare worker for ...

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Hilton Hawaiian Village partners with IHS to feed the less fortunate on Thanksgiving

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Preparing and giving 450 Thanksgiving breakfasts is no small feat, but for the staff at the Hilton Hawaiian Village, it is a meaningful endeavor. They give holiday meals to the less fortunate in the homeless community. “We’re always doing things in the community,” said Jeffrey Yedlin, manager of the Hilton Hawaiian Village hotel. “This is probably our ...

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John Fleck: Sheffield United midfielder ‘conscious in hospital’ after collapse

Paramedics and medics from both teams were called in quickly to treat John Fleck after his collapse Sheffield United midfielder John Fleck is conscious in hospital after collapsing during their victory at Reading. Fleck was taken to a stretcher after receiving extensive treatment on the pitch early in the second half. The Scotland international, 30, fell unchallenged before his teammates ...

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Al Sharpton calls for an end to the harassment of Kyle Rittenhouse

Leave it to the media to exaggerate the fear-based click-through scenarios. The media proclaimed Kyle Rittenhouse a “MAGA terrorist” for killing 2 people and injuring 1 member, although the jury found him not guilty of manslaughter. This sparked outrage from celebrities, who took to Twitter to express their disapproval. Many African American celebrities have started to draw parallels to the ...

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New Delhi schools close indefinitely amid severe air pollution crisis | Al Jazeera Newsfeed – Oakland News Now

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When granted a “Make-A-Wish,” this 13-year-old chose to feed the homeless in Jackson, Mississippi, for a year

But the 13-year-old’s wish wasn’t a trip around the world or the latest gaming console. Instead, he chose to feed the homeless in his hometown of Jackson, Mississippi, for a period of time. year. It started in June 2020, when Abraham was diagnosed with aplastic anemia, a rare and potentially fatal blood disease. The disease is a type of bone ...

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Facebook tests Newsfeed controls that let people see less from Groups and Pages – TechCrunch

Facebook announced Thursday that it is performing a test to give users a little more control over what they see on the platform. Image credits: Facebook The test will be posted on the Facebook application for English speaking users. It adds three submenus to the Facebook menu to manage what appears in the news feed: friends and family, groups and ...

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Feed the Children launches No Hunger Holidays campaign with Americold, Bentgo and Magic Johnson Enterprises

Feed the Children will host community distribution events across the United States with business and community partners providing more than two million meals to families who have faced widespread hardship and uncertainty due to the far-reaching effects of the pandemic. At each event, families will receive a 25-pound box of freestanding food; a 15-pound box of essential personal care items ...

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Microsoft Teams to provide better control over activity feed notifications

Microsoft is developing a new update for Teams that will give users more control over their activity feed notifications and avoid being overwhelmed by unwanted notifications throughout the day. “Users will be able to change the type of notification that appears in their activity feed. Right click on the feed item and you will be able to toggle all reactions ...

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Limited Intensive Care Beds, Set Shooting, Staying Windy, New Tech System, Permanent Midwayers

Best Thursday Stories The five facts of Thursday [1] New Mexico health leaders highlight declining immunity, continuing rise in COVID cases Hospitals in New Mexico no longer have intensive care beds. At the last check-up, only eight beds were available statewide. Now, several New Mexico hospitals are considering crisis care standards due to a further rise in COVID-19 cases. The ...

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Equinor awards major FPSO FEED contract to Aker Solutions

10/11/2021 Equinor has signed a contract with Aker Solutions for the front-end engineering and design (FEED) of a floating production and storage vessel for the Wisting field. Valued at around NOK 350 million, the study includes an option for engineering, procurement, construction and installation calculated at NOK 8-12 billion. “Equinor is cooperating well with its partners, the supplier industry and ...

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Climate change won’t sink central US in 30 years, Facebook post shows

(PoliFact) IF YOUR TIME IS SHORT The image was created by a blogger to see if the Mediterranean Sea could fit in with the United States It was not a prediction or representation of what the United States might look like 30 years from now due to climate change. But it has been used on social media to make this ...

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