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Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) has asked the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to further investigate the cluster of 6 acute flaccid myelitis that have appeared in Minnesota since September 20. (Photo by: William B. Plowman/NBC/NBC NewsWire via Getty Images) If you thought 38 cases of a “polio-like” disease in 2018 was concerning, how
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Mercury, the blazingly hot little world at the inner edge of our solar system, largely remains the enigma it has always been. That’s mostly because it’s 88-day solar orbit makes it so tough to reach. This image from NASA’s MESSENGER spacecraft uses spectral data to highlight various minerals, features and properties on Mercury.Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins
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Do you even lift? According to urbandictionary.com, it’s a condescending expression used on body building and fitness forums to question the legitimacy of someone’s fitness expertise or weight lifting routine. But if we’re paying attention to the research, maybe it’s a question we should be asking older adults and everyone for that matter.  And this
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(AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File) This morning’s publication of Senator Elizabeth Warren’s genetic ancestry test results, which showed she has at least one Native American ancestor many generations ago, have once again brought issues of genetics and identity to the forefront of political discourse. Senator Warren’s decision to publish these results, as well as a video discussing their
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Laura Sanchez and Eva Saliz Mexican Folklorico dancers with Grupo Amistad sponsored by University of the Incarnate Word helped the Randolph Hispanic Council kick off a Hispanic Heritage Month event.U.S. Air Force photo/Steve Thurow For the U.S., Hispanic Heritage Month runs from September 15 to October
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The world of work is changing faster than most realize. Human-like robots can now deliver the news, service you in retail stores and restaurants, lift a patient from a chair or bed or even be your therapist. More than 70% of people around the world work remotely at least once a week. Billion-dollar organizations already exist without any
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Philadelphia Inquirer newspapers about the shark bites.Wikipedia/PublicDomain A little over a century ago, four deaths in fourteen days brought to life the theory of a ”rogue shark.” The unusually high number of fatal shark bites occurred in New Jersey, in a chain of events that many say inspired the infamous book Jaws, although the author denies it. Five bites occurred within 12 days in July
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