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With A Little Sweet Encouragement, Calves Prove Cows Can Quickly Be Potty-Trained

Unlike most toddlers, calves can be potty-trained pretty quickly. That’s what researchers learned when testing whether cows could learn to ...
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Qian Julie Wang Details A Life In 'Hei' In Memoir 'Beautiful Country'

Scott Simon speaks with author Qian Julie Wang about her new memoir, “Beautiful Country,” which details her life growing up ...
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Trees Could Be A Mental, Physical And Climate Change Antidote

A growing body of research shows the many ways trees improves our mental and physical health. There’s a push to ...
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'Coronasomnia,' Pandemic-Induced Insomnia, Is Not Just An Anecdotal Phenomenon

Scott Simon speaks with Jennifer Martin of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine about how to navigate disordered sleep as ...
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In The Fight Against COVID, Health Workers Aren't Immune To Vaccine Misinformation

About a quarter of U.S. health care workers have refused the COVID vaccine as of July. They share demographic traits ...
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How A Summer Of 'Yes' Is Ending In A Cloud Of Uncertainty For Businesses

Signs of slowdown are everywhere after huge increases in vacation bookings, traveling and eating out earlier this year. Southwest Airlines, ...
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Afghan Health Minister: Health Care Is 'On The Verge Of Collapse' But 'I'm Optimistic'

Dr. Wahid Majrooh tells NPR that “If I am hesitant and doubtful now it won’t help anyone, and people in ...
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U.S. Plans To Deport Massive Number Of Haitians From Del Rio, Texas, An Official Says

Plans have yet to be finalized, but officials are considering five to eight flights a day. The official spoke to ...
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Millionaire Robert Durst Was In HBO's 'The Jinx.' It Led To His Murder Conviction

The 20-year-old case of Susan Berman’s death took on new life after the millionaire Durst participated in a documentary that ...
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Students Are Damaging School Bathrooms For Attention On TikTok

Soap dispensers and mirrors ripped from walls; damaged sinks, partitions and ceiling panels; clogged toilets: Students record themselves vandalizing their ...
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Trial Into Antioxidant for Parkinson's Disease Yields Disappointing Results

The research team found no significant difference in the rate of disease progression for those given the metabolite inosine for ...
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Millions Could Soon Lose Medicaid Coverage Started During the Pandemic

If you enrolled in Medicaid during the pandemic, you could lose your coverage when the emergency declaration ends. Read the ...
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Child Obesity Rose Sharply During Pandemic

Children aged 6 to 11 had the most significant increases in rates of obesity, the AP reported. Read the full ...
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3 Tourists Allegedly Attacked A Hostess Who Asked For Vaccine Proof In A Restaurant

The hostess reportedly had to be taken to the hospital after the New York City incident and the three women, ...
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How To Be Careful of ‘Miracle’ Weight Loss Promises

Here’s a primer on how to spot some concerning claims and make the right choices for your health, fitness, and ...
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Business

Executive coaching for employees is complicated and emotional

Welcome to Startups Weekly, a fresh human-first take on this week’s startup news and trends. To get this in your inbox, subscribe here.  BetterUp, a ...
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The GoPro-ification of the iPhone

Hello friends, and welcome back to Week in Review! Last week, we talked about some sunglasses from a company that many people do not like ...
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This Week in Apps: Apple’s iPhone event, App Annie hit with securities fraud, OpenSea goes mobile

Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the weekly TechCrunch series that recaps the latest in mobile OS news, mobile applications and the overall app economy. The ...
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