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GENEVA (AP) — The World Health Organization's emergencies chief said Friday that the impact of new variants of COVID-19 in places like Britain, South Africa and Brazil remains to be seen, citing human behavior for some recent rises in infection counts.

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These items should make music-lovers on your holiday list happy, even in a year without live concerts.

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He officially returned to in-person campaigning last week, but it is highly doubtful the Democratic nominee will ever get back to the kind of activity we're used to seeing from presidential candidates in an election's closing weeks. After appearing in Pennsylvania on Monday, he'll campaign in Michigan on Wednesday and return to Pennsylvania on Friday to commemorate the 9/11 attacks.

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Practicing good hand hygiene isn’t fancy or novel, but it works, says Starnbach. Washing with simple soap and water, and using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer when soap and water aren’t available, can help keep you from transporting germs from an infected surface to your eyes, nose, or mouth.

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With your lips and cheeks hidden, the focus is all on the eyes this season. But even if half of your face is covered, there’s still lots to wo…

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With a variety of activities, games, songs and crafts included, this book is the perfect guide to take with you when camping. Included are activities like how to create pinecone art, nature-themed scavenger hunts and what to look for when observing the night sky. This book also includes age-specific recommendations, making it easy for families to choose appropriate activities.

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CLAIM: Individuals in Washington state who refuse to cooperate with contact tracers, or those who refuse testing, will not be allowed to leave their homes for necessities.

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Still, it's difficult to generalize what life will be like for an entire cohort. Many teenagers could emerge from this time more resilient tha…

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COLLEGE STATION - Dr. Patrick Stover, vice chancellor for agriculture and life sciences at Texas A&M University and director of Texas A&M AgriLife Research, was part of a blue ribbon panel that has released its recommendations on maintaining trust in nutrition science. The panel was part of the American Society for Nutrition, which has published […]

The post Report reveals recommendations on maintaining trust in nutrition science appeared first on AgriLife Today.

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Most medications have storage temperature recommendations of 68-77 degrees Fahrenheit listed on the packaging. That means unless your car is parked in a temperature-controlled garage at all times, it's best to not store medication in your vehicle any time of the year.

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