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12/3/22 Restaurant inspections

The Lufkin News 03 Dec 2022
no procedures approved to utilize TTC for portion control salsa containers, containers moved to ice baths, repeat; violations of priority items during current inspection; the person in charge shall ensure employees are following proper food-handling procedures; observed employee ...
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Avoid potential cancers that destroy families

Messenger-Inquirer 03 Dec 2022
“As the family goes so goes the nation and so goes the whole world in which we live.” — St. Pope John Paul II. St ... St ... St ... I see the family as a cell in the body of Christ ... The nucleus controls and regulates the activities of the cell (family). When an outside toxin or cancer attacks the body, it is the nucleus that sends signals to fend off the cancer ... 1.
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Australia: How 'bin chickens' learnt to wash poisonous cane toads

Yahoo Daily News 25 Nov 2022
She believes it is evidence of a "stress, wash and repeat" method that the birds have developed to rid the toads of their toxins before swallowing them whole ... "They've actually forced the cane toad to get rid of the toxin itself, they haven't had to mutilate it in any way. The cane toad is doing all the work for them."Population control.
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Benton Harbor residents urged to test homes for lead as line replacement winds down

Detroit news 25 Nov 2022
About 32 lead lines still need to be replaced, according to the dashboard. The last line was replaced on Nov ... The state issued a warning about elevated lead levels in Benton Harbor, a small, predominately Black city, in 2018 after finding dangerous levels of the toxin in residential water samples. State officials implemented corrosion control in 2019.
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Commentary: We argue over the right to end pregnancy, but who’s fighting for the right ...

Finger Lakes Times 22 Nov 2022
I found that partner, and we ultimately decided to go off birth control ... Studies also have shown that fertility rates may be falling because of challenges beyond our control or even awareness. increasing environmental toxins, including common chemicals like BPA; household cleaning ...
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World-first technology to suppress invasive mice

Technology Org 20 Nov 2022
Researchers at the University of Adelaide have released their first findings on the potential effectiveness of revolutionary gene drive technology to control invasive mice ... “The use of t-CRISPR technology provides a humane approach to controlling invasive mice without the release of toxins into the environment.
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Doctors reveal the impact of air pollution on our mental health

Hindustan Times 20 Nov 2022
Carbon Monoxide, Sulphur Oxides (SOx), and Nitrogen Oxides (NOx), in addition to PM 2.5 and below, can irritate blood vessels and result in neuro-inflammation by rupturing the blood-brain barrier, a thin, sensitive membrane that shields the brain from toxins.
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CDC to conduct health study at polluted former Army base

Federal News Radio 10 Nov 2022
Federal health officials are conducting a new study to determine whether veterans once stationed at a now-shuttered California military base were exposed to dangerously high levels of cancer-causing toxins. The decision by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention comes nine ...
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CDC to study polluted former Army base

Kearney Hub 10 Nov 2022
Federal health officials are conducting a new study to determine whether veterans once stationed at a now-shuttered California military base were exposed to dangerously high levels of cancer-causing toxins. The decision by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention comes nine ...
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AP News Summary at 7:50 p.m. EST

Killeen Daily Herald 10 Nov 2022
Indeed, some allies were calling on Trump Wednesday to delay his planned announcement, saying the full focus needs to be a runoff election in Georgia that could again determine control of the Senate ... WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans inched closer to a narrow House majority while control of the Senate hinges on tight Arizona, Nevada and Georgia races.
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AP News Summary at 7:58 p.m. EST

Bowling Green Daily News 10 Nov 2022
Indeed, some allies were calling on Trump Wednesday to delay his planned announcement, saying the full focus needs to be a runoff election in Georgia that could again determine control of the Senate ... WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans inched closer to a narrow House majority while control of the Senate hinges on tight Arizona, Nevada and Georgia races.
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AP News Summary at 8:17 p.m. EST

Commonwealth Journal 10 Nov 2022
Indeed, some allies were calling on Trump Wednesday to delay his planned announcement, saying the full focus needs to be a runoff election in Georgia that could again determine control of the Senate ... WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans inched closer to a narrow House majority while control of the Senate hinges on tight Arizona, Nevada and Georgia races.
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AP News Summary at 8:39 p.m. EST

Athens Daily Review 10 Nov 2022
Indeed, some allies were calling on Trump Wednesday to delay his planned announcement, saying the full focus needs to be a runoff election in Georgia that could again determine control of the Senate ... WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans inched closer to a narrow House majority while control of the Senate hinges on tight Arizona, Nevada and Georgia races.
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AP News Summary at 8:37 p.m. EST

Caledonian Record 10 Nov 2022
Indeed, some allies were calling on Trump Wednesday to delay his planned announcement, saying the full focus needs to be a runoff election in Georgia that could again determine control of the Senate ... WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans inched closer to a narrow House majority while control of the Senate hinges on tight Arizona, Nevada and Georgia races.
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AP News Summary at 6:00 p.m. EST

Rutland Herald 10 Nov 2022
Indeed, some allies were calling on Trump Wednesday to delay his planned announcement, saying the full focus needs to be a runoff election in Georgia that could again determine control of the Senate ... WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans are closing in on a narrow House majority while control of the Senate hinges on tight Arizona, Nevada and Georgia races.

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