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Meet the San Francisco man with the dirt inside the city’s famous dirty streets

Vincent Yuen likes to talk trash. He walks around town every day, picking it up. He keeps logbooks, showing how many he found and where. He spices up his conversation with words like “garbology”, the study of waste. His wife calls waste her greatest passion. Lucky for Yuen, he lives …

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Fewer than one in five American adults with type 2 diabetes meet heart disease risk reduction goals

In the United States, less than one in five adults with type 2 diabetes meet goals for reducing the risk of heart disease. Fortunately, the available therapies can help when combined with new approaches that address the social determinants of health and other barriers to care, according to a new …

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More equipment coming to help boaters contain invasive star algae on Minnesota lakes

Starry Stonewort is Minnesota’s newest invasive aquatic horror story – a grass-like spider algae that loves high-quality water, destroys fish spawning habitat, and forms dense mats that smother vegetation native and tangled the propellers of boats. He’s out there now, growing under the ice. According to the state’s official count, …

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Minnesota group strives to get more women of color on public company boards

Women have made incremental strides over the past 10 years in gaining more seats on the board of directors of public companies in Minnesota, but women of color, initially under-represented, have made little or no success. earnings. Among Minnesota public companies, the number of female directors increased from 129 to …

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Safe return to school – gov.scot

Asymptomatic tests to reduce the risk of COVID-19. High school students are advised to take COVID-19 tests at home before returning to school in order to limit the spread of Omicron. People without symptoms should do a Lateral Flow Device (LFD) test the day before or the morning of return …

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Lahaul products attract visitors to Manali expo: La Tribune India

Manta Dipender Tribune press service Mandi, December 31 Products prepared by self-help groups in Lahaul, under the National Rural Livelihoods Mission, attract many tourists to an exhibition in Kullu and Manali. Knitted socks, gloves, sweaters, traditional food products such as dosa, local tea, marchu, thupka and momos are available at …

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Meet the unsung heroes of Norfolk helping in their communities

Posted: 5:30 am December 27, 2021 Over the past year, unsung heroes across the region who have gone the extra mile to help their communities have been recognized for their efforts. For 60 weeks, this newspaper shed light on people who have made a real difference in the county, giving …

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Couple’s mushroom recipe to change the lives of tea workers

To date, the couple are training around 1,000 women, some of them from walled gardens, in regular cultivation and in large quantities. Binita paul | Siliguri | Posted on 12/25/21, 2:40 AM A couple from Siliguri are helping women residents of closed tea estates in the Siliguri subdivision, and families …

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‘Sex Cult Nun’ Says Discovering Self-Ownership Helped Her Free From The Family

Editor’s note: This interview deals with themes that may disturb some readers. Author Faith Jones was raised in the cult group Children of God (later known as The Family and The Family International). For most of his childhood, Jones lived in a commune in Macau, an island off the coast …

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