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Report: At least 59,000 meat workers caught COVID-19, 269 died

Lincoln Journal Star 28 Oct 2021
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CAL THOMAS: Free stuff isn't really free

The Citizens 28 Oct 2021
If you read other publications, say, The Washington Times and The Wall Street Journal, watch Fox News and listen to conservative talk radio, you will learn things you didn't know by consuming only left-of-center media ... In a letter to the editor of The Wall Street Journal, Daniel C ... Support Local Journalism.
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Unrestrained passenger killed in crash with semi truck in Tangipahoa Parish, State Police say

The Advocate 28 Oct 2021
A passenger without a seatbelt on died when the car in which she was riding hit the rear of a semi truck that had come to a halt in stalled traffic in Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana State Police said ... Wednesday, authorities said.� ... To learn more about Report for America and to support our journalism, please click here. .
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Scholars Discuss U.N. Values and the Tai Ji Men Case

Bitter Winter English 28 Oct 2021
On United Nations Day, a webinar focused on transitional justice, freedom of religion or belief, and how justice can be restored for Tai Ji Men. by Alessandro Amicarelli ... The video of the webinar ... Dr ... Whoever works in journalism in the United States, she said, learns by heart the five cornerstones enshrined in the First Amendment to the U.S ... ....
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Mattie Jackson Selecman, daughter of country star Alan Jackson, opens up about healing after her husband's sudden death

Yahoo Daily News 27 Oct 2021
A certified sommelier with a degree in creative writing from the University of Tennessee, Jackson Selecman opened up to Yahoo Life about the power of journaling, learning to heal and the importance of paying attention to mental health every single day ... For a while, journaling and prayer were my two safe outlets.
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People’s Pharmacy: Does aspirin protect against COVID-19 complications?

The Spokesman-Review 27 Oct 2021
A study published in the Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis (Aug ... Research has shown that bedtime may be better for taking blood pressure medicines (European Heart Journal, Dec ... (Journal of Glaucoma, April). To learn more about blood pressure management, you may wish to read our eGuide to Blood Pressure Solutions.
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Bethesda Wellness Spa in Avon relocates, offers oasis of peace

The Morning Journal 27 Oct 2021
A local spa has relocated to a premiere spot in Avon. Bethesda Wellness moved into its new location, 35682 Detroit Road Suite 4, earlier this month ... (Aliah Kimbro — The Morning Journal) ... (Aliah Kimbro — The Morning Journal). She says clients will also learn practical tips to implement outside of the salon ... ....
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North Attleboro father raising funds for child cancer

The Sun Chronicle 27 Oct 2021
“My wife had just sent me a dashing photo of myself from a day trip to Old Sturbridge Village with the kids, so I joined the contest for the grand prize” of $25,000 and a two-page ad in Men’s Journal, DiMare said. “When I learned it was also a fundraiser for the Be Positive ...
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Multi-Algorithm Approach Helps Deliver Personalized Medicine for Cancer Patients

Technology Org 27 Oct 2021
Today, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and algorithmic advancements made by research scientists and engineers are driving more targeted medical therapies through the power of prediction ... “In analyzing complex datasets in cancer biology, we can use machine learning, which is simply a sophisticated way to look for correlations.
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Health Fusion: Health power of pomegranates

Bemidji Pioneer 27 Oct 2021
Pomegranates are an ancient food source originating in the Middle East. I learned a lot about them from an article in the journal Foods, including that pomegranates were thought to be symbols of fertility, good luck and abundance ... You can eat the seed if you want ... .
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Wrongful arrest lawsuit can proceed against Pulaski County investigator, court rules

The Roanoke Times 27 Oct 2021
There was no dispute that Cressell's actions led to Trail's arrest, or that Pulaski County prosecutors dropped the charges as soon as they learned of the mistake, an opinion from the appeals court stated. Support Local Journalism ... before authorities learned that she was innocent.
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Alamance County native Emma Marie Alston gave 45 years to children as teacher and advocate

Burlington Times-News 27 Oct 2021
“I want to get them while they’re young, while they’re a sponge, or as I say, their CD is blank,” she said, “and you have more you can add to it that’s good for them, to help them to learn.”. Support local journalism as a Times-News subscriber.
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Pegasus: The who’s who of Supreme Court appointed Committee

The Siasat Daily 27 Oct 2021
His areas of interest are malware detection, critical infrastructural security, complex binary analysis, AI and machine learning. He has many publications in reputed journals ... (3) The learned overseeing Judge is at liberty to take the assistance of any serving or retired ...
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SC's Pegasus panel: Meet the members

The Times of India 27 Oct 2021
NEW DELHI ... The panel, to work under the supervision of former SC judge RV Raveendran is to prepare its report in eight weeks ... “His areas of interest are malware detection, critical infrastructural security, complex binary analysis, Artificial intelligence and machine learning. He has many publications in reputed journals," the SC bench said ... .
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The French Press Hasn’t Learned From America’s Mistakes

The Atlantic 27 Oct 2021
The media learned nothing from 2016 ] In this way, French journalists are falling into the same trap as their American counterparts ...It’s a lesson we know but haven’t learned.” Zemmour isn’t simply attracting the lion’s share of media attention.
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