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Month: January 2021

Andrew Brooks, Who Developed a Covid Spit Test, Dies at 51

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After working at the University of Rochester Medical Center for four years, he returned to New Jersey to take a job at Rutgers, and in 2009 joined its Cell and DNA Repository, a university-owned company that provides data management and analysis for biological research. Updated  Jan. 31, 2021, 9:01 a.m. ... more

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Things To Do At Home

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This week, learn about metamorphosing insects, dance your way through the Cleveland Museum of Art or watch a documentary. more

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How to Have A Safe Super Bowl Sunday

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Now ignore the left-side row and top column, and fill in the remaining 100 boxes with the names (or initials) of the party attendees. There are a variety of ways to assign and barter on squares, but we’d recommend keeping it simple by randomly assigning an equal number of squares ... more

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Divorce During the Pandemic – The New York Times

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Covid divorces are on the slow track. Divorce has often been time-consuming and expensive — one survey in the United States found the average cost was $12,900 — but now once-routine parts of the proceedings, like getting a document notarized, can require heroic effort. Moving out is also fraught, especially ... more

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FAO involved in projects to strengthen food safety

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A project has started to strengthen official food safety control and risk communication systems in five countries of Europe and Central Asia. The effort, funded by Turkey, includes Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, the Republic of Moldova, Tajikistan and Turkey. It will include regional capacity development events and country-level activities. In recent years, ... more

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Erasure Poetry At Home – The New York Times

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The past year has been difficult for many people. The pandemic, the politics, the job loss and the isolation — most Americans have had to find some new coping mechanisms to make it through. Here’s one: erasure poetry. Creativity can be healing in difficult times, but it’s not always easy ... more

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Make Bath Bombs At Home

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Whether you need stress relief or some alone time after being cooped up with your family, there are plenty of reasons you can’t seem to get enough of your bathtub this winter. But one variable to consider the next time you go for a much-needed soak: Would your bath be ... more

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How to Downscale Your Super Bowl Spread

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Salt (optional) 2 ounces prosciutto cotto or boiled ham, sliced thin 3 ounces sopressata, preferably picante, sliced thin 2 ounces mortadella, sliced thin 6 ounces marinated artichoke hearts, jarred or prepared, well-drained 1 large red bell pepper, roasted, peeled, cored, in wide slices, fresh or jarred A big handful arugula ... more

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How Zinc Deficiency Affects the Whole Body

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Table of Contents[Hide][Show] I find it ironic that I had a zinc deficiency for years without realizing it… especially because I’d written a senior biology paper on the functions of zinc in human biology. Like magnesium, I knew the many ways that zinc functions within the body, but I assumed I ... more

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Chicken and Sweet Potato Farro Bowl

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A grain bowl that hits the spot. Rich in fiber, protein, and fresh flavor from nutty farro, sweet potato, and a tangy, easy-prep chimichurri sauce. The post Chicken and Sweet Potato Farro Bowl appeared first on Under Armour. more

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