In a “major departure” from previous recommendations, the CDC is no longer recommending universal masking in health care settings.
October ushers in fall with cool, crisp evenings making it the perfect time to enjoy a warm, glowing fire with family and friends. For a beautiful and safe fire
The end of the COVID-19 pandemic is approaching, the World Health Organization said this week, as reported deaths dropped to the lowest number since March 2020.
About two-third of adults surveyed say they’re not getting the COVID-19 booster vaccine anytime soon, if at all. Twelve percent said they “definitely” would not get the updated booster, 10% said they’d only get it if required, and 18% said they’d wait and see. About half the respondents said they had little or no knowledge about the COVID-19 booster vaccine.
Fall is the perfect season for gathering fireside. Build a safe and beautiful fire with these tips.
October ushers in fall with cool, crisp evenings making it the perfect time to enjoy a warm, glowing fire with family and friends. For a beautiful and safe fire, Cutting Edge Firewood CEO Leroy Hite offers the following
ATLANTA, September 30, 2022–Fall is the perfect season for gathering fireside. Build a safe and beautiful fire with these tips.
ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sep 30, 2022–
What do you get when you combine the natural movement of the ocean with desalination technology? Fresh water without the need for electricity. It’s automatic, environmentally friendly and…
The LSU AgCenter has compiled a comprehensive of everything you might want to know about growing herbs in Louisiana.
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Houseplants frequently coexist with fungi, but it’s usually not a problem. When it is, use these tips to get rid of the mold and help your plants thrive.
Harvest bananas when fruit are still green, control summer weeds and other garden advice from Dan Gill
I’m so excited. My banana tree made bananas this year! Do I need to do anything at this point other than just let them turn yellow? When should they ripen?
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Changes in the environment and climate, as well as fungicide overuse in agriculture, have driven a rise in fungi capable of infecting people and evading the few drugs designed to fight them.
Healthy-looking, well-nourished nails and hair are always an indication of good health. If not addressed, it will result in the development of fungal infections. Such infections are difficult to treat. They typically begin between your toes and progress up your leg or body. This is a complicated situation because the majority of these illnesses are recurring. It has a high chance of spreading up the leg, sometimes necessitating amputation. As a result, infections may reoccur despite multiple hospitalizations or treatments. Many people are constantly watching for the best way to improve their hair and nail health, whether through creams, ointments, diets, or even surgical procedures.
Aphids on crape myrtles, citrus falling off trees and fuzz on hibiscus: Dan Gill explains how to treat them
Garden columnist Dan Gill answers readers’ questions each week. To send a question, email Gill at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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URI Writing Awards recognize eight students for works in advocacy, creative, scholarly/research and science writing
Eight University of Rhode Island students were named recipients of the 2021-2022 URI Writing Award. The award recognizes an undergraduate and graduate winner in each of four categories — advocacy, creative, scholarly/research and science. …
Back to Basics is a weekly feature that highlights important but possibly overlooked information that any EHS professional should know. This week, we examine the difference between cleaning, disinfecting, and sanitizing.
Skin and Nail conditions like toenail fungus are more common than people think and are nothing to be embarrassed about. The skin care industry has become a huge one since