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Health, safety and unintended consequences

As average life expectancy continues to increase and everyday life for most people in the developed world is safer than it has ever been, the pressure to eliminate remaining hazards has not abated. 981 more words

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CAMELOT'S NATIONAL LOTTERY ACCOUNTS HIT BY CYBER CROOKS

THE NATIONAL LOTTERY SECTION OF CAMELOT ACCOUNTS ACCESSED BY CYBER CROOKS

Action Fraud are warning the public that cyber criminals have accessed Camelot’s National Lottery accounts. 418 more words

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Early warning of heavy rains and flash floods over Gauteng

The Tshwane Emergency Services would like to give out an early warning about expected heavy rain with flash floods from today until the weekend. The South African Weather Service has informed disaster management structures that there is a high likelihood of widespread heavy rains and thunderstorms over Gauteng from today. 574 more words

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Kalihi Kai Urgent Care offers free x-rays to check on keiki's bags of candy

After an evening of trick-or-treating with keiki, you might want to make an added precaution to make sure the candy they got is safe to eat. 188 more words

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Daily Prompt: Careful

They are none too careful. These strange people that live in Canada for their whole lives but never remember how Winter works.

They seem to forget that snow will eventually fall, as early as October. 189 more words

Creative Non-Fiction

Joint PR: Court Documents Reveal Oxitec's Genetically Engineered Mosquitoes Could Cause Increased Numbers of Different Disease-Carrying Mosquitoes

GeneWatch UK – 2016

29th September 2016

Contact: Jaydee Hanson; +1-202-547-9359, jhanson@icta.org

WASHINGTON- Genetically engineered (GE) mosquito company Oxitec has admitted a major risk of its technology – reducing one mosquito species may increase the numbers of a second disease-carrying species. 712 more words

Fair Use - Education

Generation AIDS

This blog was originally published on 22 March 2012 and remains one of my personal favourites. Note it was published before we redefined Generation X as Millennials (or maybe somewhere in between X and  Y).

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