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Lettuce be friends
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Lettuce be friends

Lettuces can be expensive or free. The free lettuce is the kind you grow yourself — but not from punnets. For some reason every snail in the neighbourhood knows when you have planted out a punnet of lettuce seedlings. You have brought supper for the snails. Instead, plant lettuce seeds. Lettuce germinates in a week

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Dr. Jarbas Barbosa to be sworn in as new PAHO Director

Washington D.C. 25 January 2023 – Dr. Jarbas Barbosa, Director-elect of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), will be sworn in during a ceremony at the headquarters of the Organization of American States (OAS) in Washington D.C. next Tuesday 31 January 2023. Dr. Barbosa, a national of Brazil, was elected by PAHO Member States in

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Thai Chicken Balls

Thai Chicken Balls By: Lisa Guy These tasty chicken balls are the perfect finger food to serve at parties. Chicken is a great source of protein to supply amino acids, vital for growth and repair, and the production of neurotransmitters such as serotonin. Chicken also supplies immune-boosting zinc and iron. Ginger and garlic are both

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The 8 Best Under-Desk Bikes in 2023, Tested by Certified Fitness Trainers

Cubii; Amazon WHETHER YOU sit at a desk all day and you’re looking to get in more movement, or you’re rehabbing a lower body injury (and some models work for upper body, too!), an under-desk cycle is a great option! “Under desk cycles are excellent options to combat the negative effects of a sedentary job,”

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Newly Discovered Genetic Disease Is More Common Than Expected

Jan. 25, 2023 – A recently discovered inflammatory disease known as VEXAS syndrome is more widespread and dangerous than previously understood, a new genetic analysis suggests. While it’s rare, researchers believe the disease may affect tens of thousands of men in the U.S. and may frequently go undiagnosed.”Is VEXAS really more common than we think

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Aleksandra Rizo Appointed as CEO of Vividion Therapeutics

SAN DIEGO – January [24], 2023 – Vividion Therapeutics, Inc., (Vividion) a biopharmaceutical company utilizing novel discovery technologies to unlock high value, traditionally undruggable targets with precision therapeutics for devastating cancers and immune disorders, and a wholly owned and independently operated subsidiary of Bayer AG, today announced that current President and Head of Research and

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Inflammatory VEXAS Syndrome May Not Be So Uncommon

Rheumatology > General Rheumatology — Is new disease being missed by physicians? by Kristina Fiore, Director of Enterprise & Investigative Reporting, MedPage Today January 24, 2023 VEXAS syndrome, a newly discovered inflammatory disease that has rheumatologic and hematologic features caused by mutations in the UBA1 gene, may be as common as Behcet’s disease or myelodysplastic

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Child labor case attracts Homeland’s attention for potential human trafficking

When federal Judge John M. Gerrard put his signature on a six-page Consent Order and Judgment on Dec. 6, 2022, it was a win for the U.S. Department of Labor in a child labor case against Packers Sanitation Services. But as it turned out, that child labor case has apparently captured the attention of the

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WHO launches funding appeal to help a record number of people in complex, intersecting health emergencies

WHO’s Health Emergency Appeal 2023 calls for US$ 2.54 billion 23 January 2023 – WHO is launching its 2023 health emergency appeal today for US$ 2.54 billion to provide assistance to millions of people around the world facing health emergencies. The number of people in need of humanitarian relief has increased by almost a quarter

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Treating Hyperkalemia: Balancing Diet and Mediations

When you have hyperkalemia, you have too much potassium in your blood. You can lower your potassium levels with diet, medicine, or both.What Your Doctor May RecommendYour doctor or health care provider will help you create a treatment plan that’s right for you.You may need to follow a diet that’s low in potassium. You may

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