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To fight PTSD in veterans, contact people before they join the military

Media Tip Sheets June 27 is recognized annually as PTSD Awareness Day, an annual event designed to raise awareness about post-traumatic stress disorder. He also recalls that treatment, resources and help are available for those who suffer from it and for caregivers. Kenneth Marfilius, assistant professor Kenneth marfilius is a …

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No-kill status threatened by people bringing too many dogs and cats to the Lafayette Animal Shelter & Care Center

LAFAYETTE, Louisiana (KLFY) The Lafayette Animal Shelter & Care Center is at risk of losing its “No-kill” status as the number of dogs and cats, pets and stray people returning to the shelter increases. If the trend continues, it could jeopardize the “No kill” status of the refuge. The shelter …

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ID.me impostors targeting the unemployed in Florida

Thieves have set up a conspiracy to steal personal information from Florida residents who are trying to get state unemployment benefits. The thieves pose as representatives of ID.me, the security partner hired by the Department of Employment Opportunity to verify the identity of jobless claimants in Florida. Kim Seifter, of …

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Rehabilitation group warns people to watch out for traveling turtles

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (WTVF) – In the heat of summer, turtles are often found crossing roads or moving through yards. It is a major cause of turtle mortality. According to Debbie Sykes of Nashville Wildlife Conservation, the two main killers of turtles by humans are collisions with cars or lawn mowers. …

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Glowing bacteria could one day protect people from landmines

Landmines left by past conflicts – or those still ongoing – pose silent threats to millions of people around the world. With the help of bacteria that glow in their presence, these hidden dangers can one day be found and safely removed or destroyed. Researchers at the Hebrew University of …

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10 people, including 9 children, are killed in Alabama Van Crash

Nine children and an adult were killed in Alabama on Saturday afternoon when a van of children returning from a beach vacation and a car collided and the van caught fire, authorities said. The pickup truck, owned by the Alabama Sheriffs Youth Ranch, and the car collided on Interstate 65 …

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8,000 homeless will be transferred from hotels to shelters, New York says

New York City plans to move around 8,000 homeless people from hotel rooms and return to barrack-like dormitories by the end of July so that hotels can reopen to the general public, the mayor said on Wednesday. Bill de Blasio. When the pandemic lockdown began last spring, New York City …

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Coelacanths live as long as humans

June 19, 2021 ON DECEMBER March 23, 1938 Marjorie Courtenay-Latimer, curator at the East London Museum, South Africa, stumbled upon her local fish market. There, she spotted the most beautiful fish she had ever seen. It was pale mauve, was nearly two meters long, and had silver markings. Although she …

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After COVID, more businesses are moving to Birmingham: ‘People are seeing the momentum’

How big was Landing’s announcement last week that it will move its headquarters to Birmingham from San Francisco? Landing, the nationwide network of fully furnished apartments, plans to move into the John Hand building and create 816 new full-time jobs as it continues to grow with the demand for housing …

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COVID-19 ‘immunity passports’ idea decreases people’s compliance with restrictions

Researchers at the University of Kent’s School of Psychology have found that when people are presented with the idea of ​​a Covid-19 ‘immunity passport’, they show less willingness to follow distancing guidelines social and facial coverage. However, that will seems to return when people read more cautious information about Covid-19 …

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