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Gas Flaring Declined in 2020, Study Finds

Gas Flaring Declined in 2020, Study Finds

Gas Flaring Declined in 2020, Study Finds Gas Flaring Declined in 2020, Study Finds In addition to contributing planet-warming carbon dioxide to the atmosphere, routine gas flaring can harm the health of people who live near gas sites. It also wastes a potentially useful energy source, a problem that is especially acute in poorer countries. According to the World Bank …

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Hundreds Reported Abnormal Menstruation After Exposure to Tear Gas, Study Finds

Hundreds Reported Abnormal Menstruation After Exposure to Tear Gas, Study Finds

Hundreds Reported Abnormal Menstruation After Exposure to Tear Gas, Study Finds Hundreds Reported Abnormal Menstruation After Exposure to Tear Gas, Study Finds At some point last summer, there were just too many reports of protesters who had experienced abnormal menstrual cycles after being exposed to tear gas for Britta Torgrimson-Ojerio, a nurse researcher at the Kaiser Permanente Center for Health …

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Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are 94 percent effective at preventing hospitalization in older adults, a study finds.

Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are 94 percent effective at preventing hospitalization in older adults, a study finds.

Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are 94 percent effective at preventing hospitalization in older adults, a study finds. Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are 94 percent effective at preventing hospitalization in older adults, a study finds. The Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna coronavirus vaccines are 94 percent effective at preventing hospitalization in fully vaccinated adults 65 or older, according to a small study released …

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Study Finds Many With Mild Covid Have New Ailments Months Later

Study Finds Many With Mild Covid Have New Ailments Months Later

Study Finds Many With Mild Covid Have New Ailments Months Later Study Finds Many With Mild Covid Have New Ailments Months Later Most adults who test positive for the coronavirus don’t require hospitalization but tend to seek medical care in subsequent months, and two-thirds of those who do are told they have a health condition they did not have before.. …

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Fallen British Empire Soldiers Overlooked Because of Racism, Inquiry Finds

Fallen British Empire Soldiers Overlooked Because of Racism, Inquiry Finds

Fallen British Empire Soldiers Overlooked Because of Racism, Inquiry Finds Fallen British Empire Soldiers Overlooked Because of Racism, Inquiry Finds LONDON — Tens of thousands of soldiers from Africa and Asia who died during World War I in the service of what was then the British Empire were not properly commemorated, partly because of prejudice and racism, according to the …

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Sleeping Too Little in Middle-Age May Raise Dementia Risk, Study Finds

Sleeping Too Little in Middle-Age May Raise Dementia Risk, Study Finds

Sleeping Too Little in Middle-Age May Raise Dementia Risk, Study Finds Sleeping Too Little in Middle-Age May Raise Dementia Risk, Study Finds The correlation also held whether or not people were taking sleep medication and whether or not they had a mutation called ApoE4 that makes people more likely to develop Alzheimer’s, Dr. Sabia said. The researchers found no general …

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Finland Is Again the World’s Happiest Country, Report Finds

Finland Is Again the World's Happiest Country, Report Finds

Finland Is Again the World’s Happiest Country, Report Finds Finland Is Again the World’s Happiest Country, Report Finds In Finland, a relatively egalitarian society, people tend not to be fixated on “keeping up with the Joneses.” “People often do pretty well in social comparison,” said Antti Kauppinen, a philosophy professor at the University of Helsinki. “This starts from education; everybody …

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Brooklyn Man Finds New Life in Crime (Writing)

Brooklyn Man Finds New Life in Crime (Writing)

Brooklyn Man Finds New Life in Crime (Writing) Brooklyn Man Finds New Life in Crime (Writing) Doll, for example, may be the first private detective in Los Angeles who’s in Freudian analysis five days a week. He is certainly the first one to describe his relationship with his beloved dog as “disturbed,” saying, “We’re like two old-fashioned closeted bachelors who …

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Trevor Bauer Finds Himself at Center of Ball-Doctoring Inquiry

Trevor Bauer Finds Himself at Center of Ball-Doctoring Inquiry

Trevor Bauer Finds Himself at Center of Ball-Doctoring Inquiry Trevor Bauer Finds Himself at Center of Ball-Doctoring Inquiry The baseball season is barely a week old, but questions of cheating, a problem that has plagued the sport in recent years, have already surfaced. The Athletic reported on Thursday that Major League Baseball is looking into baseballs used by Trevor Bauer …

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Amazon Illegally Fired Activist Workers, Labor Board Finds

Amazon Illegally Fired Activist Workers, Labor Board Finds

Amazon Illegally Fired Activist Workers, Labor Board Finds Amazon Illegally Fired Activist Workers, Labor Board Finds SEATTLE — Amazon illegally retaliated against two of its most prominent internal critics when it fired them last year, the National Labor Relations Board has determined. The employees, Emily Cunningham and Maren Costa, had publicly pushed the company to reduce its impact on climate …

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