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Governor Wolf signs bills to protect public health measures

Today, Governor Tom Wolf signed the House Bill 1774, House Bill 1861 and House 184. House bill 1774 amends Actieving Better Care by Monitoring All Prescriptions Program (ABC-MAP) Act to allow additional personnel to access information about Pennsylvania’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program. After the Opioid Disaster Statement expires in August, …

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The power to be Latinx.

“Hello everyone, I’m Andrés Cantor. Welcome to Entérate with Verizon. “ The man, the legend, Andrés welcomed everyone to the latest episode of Entérate con Verizon. The famous sports presenter is the main story of this episode, a special celebration of the Month of Hispanic Heritage by El Poder de …

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BlueConduit and Google.org Announce Coalition to Help Communities Quantify and Locate Dangerous Lead Service Lines

Mountain view, California –– Today, Google org announced $ 3 million in grants BlueConduit Charity fund, NRDC (Defense Council for Natural Resources) and WE ACT for environmental justice to support the equitable replacement of lead service lines. The grants will fund the development of BlueConduit’s open source machine learning technologies, …

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Risk management calendar: October-November 2021

With the fall harvest dominating your days, keeping an eye on risk management may be secondary. To keep track of price protection options, Progressive dairy provides monthly online updates of key dates and reports on risk management tools. Market leader Supply, hot temperatures, and tight income margins impacted US milk …

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Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation to Present Webinars in September for Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month | news

SHORT HILLS, NJ, September 21, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation will host several webinars in late September to celebrate Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month. Topics range from college living while living with paralysis to exploring advocacy efforts with Reeve Regional Champions, a joint presentation …

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Temps and wind increase on Sunday

The Minnesotans enjoyed plenty of sunshine and pleasant temperatures as well as pleasant dew points on Saturday. The maximum Saturday afternoon temperature in Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport was 78 degrees. This is a few degrees warmer than our average twin cities on September 18 with 72 degrees. Sunday will be …

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Call for Papers: International Symposium on Management Land and Water for Climate-Smart Agriculture 2022

Interested contributors have until January 31, 2022 to submit abstracts for the IAEA’s International Symposium on Land and Water Management for Climate-Friendly Agriculture, which will take place from July 25 to 29, 2022 at the IAEA headquarters in Vienna, Austria . Agriculture faces enormous challenges in meeting the increasing food …

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Nokia admits scholarships to improve representation

Press release Nokia makes grant pledges to better represent underrepresented communities in technology Nokia works with the online learning platform Udacity and the Blacks In Technology Foundation. Over 300 scholarship offers for Nanodegree programs that are completely online and can be completed alongside studies or part-time. The programs cover a …

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17-Year Study in Children Associates Poverty with Smaller, Slower-Growing Subcortical Regions | The source

Children in poverty are more likely to have cognitive and behavioral difficulties than their better-off peers. Much research in the past has looked at the physical effects of child poverty or documented the psychological differences between socio-economic classes. but Deanna Barch, Chair and Professor in the Department of Psychological & …

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Where to find emergency COVID-19 food supplies, free vaccinations, and free testing in Union County – County of Union, New Jersey

Union County, NJ – Union County’s Board of County Commissioners advises residents affected by the COVID-19 pandemic that emergency food supplies will be distributed at three locations in August. Any Union County resident in need of emergency COVID-19 food supplies can attend these events. Free COVID-19 vaccinations and testing will …

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Health calendar published July 21, 2021

WILLMAR – A virtual cancer support group meets on the fourth Monday of the month, July 26th, from 6pm to 7.30pm. Open to anyone diagnosed with cancer – at any stage, at any age – it is focused on building connections and friendships. It is supported by care coordinators from …

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Self-sufficiency | MUSK | Charleston, SC

Table of Contents Additional resources for self-help: introduction College life is a time when individuals are mostly exposed to stress and lack of time, which is an obstacle to adopting healthy practices (1). A variety of self-reporting studies consistently show that US medical students often pay insufficient attention to self-care …

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Resources for non-chemical weed control

Resources for non-chemical weed control Tim Hammerich News reporter At California Ag Today, I’m Tim Hammerich. Yesterday we reported on the free downloadable manual and online interactive tool called WeedCUT, recently developed by the California Invasive Plant Council and the UC Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program. These tools are designed …

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Bonfires prohibited in Kootenai Forest, Lincoln County

Level I fire restrictions prohibiting campfires and smoking go into effect on Saturday, July 3 at 12:01 am in the Kootenai National Forest, the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation Libby Unit, and Lincoln County. Currently, the Flathead National Forest, DNRC Kalispell Unit, Stillwater Unit, Swan Unit, Glacier National …

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HSEM publishes 2020 annual report

The City of Austin Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HSEM) has published its 2020 annual report. This report gives an insight into the past year and sheds light on COVID-19 operations in an unusual year for the HSEM office. It has been a year of unique and challenging …

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