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Flushing out COVID spread: wastewater signals can be useful tool as testing declines

Flushing out COVID spread: wastewater signals can be useful tool as testing declines

With some jurisdictions limiting PCR testing for COVID-19 and others increasingly overwhelmed by diagnostic demands, experts have stressed that daily case counts no longer paint the full picture of vi...

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Quilton toilet paper no longer available in New Zealand after manufacturer closes down

Quilton toilet paper no longer available in New Zealand after manufacturer closes down

Luxury toilet paper brand Quilton will no longer be available to New Zealanders after the manufacturer closed its local plant.ABC Tissue, who supplies supermarkets with Quilton and Savers toilet paper...

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Inside Pickle Cottage where Stacey Solomon gave birth to new baby daughter

Inside Pickle Cottage where Stacey Solomon gave birth to new baby daughter

Stacey Solomon has an unexpected home birth this week when she and partner Joe Swash welcomed their new little girl.The latest addition to the Solomon-Swash clan arrived on Stacey's 32nd birthday on M...

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Snakes alive! Terror as Stourbridge woman finds 4ft python in her toilet

Snakes alive! Terror as Stourbridge woman finds 4ft python in her toilet

A woman was left terrified after discovering a massive 4ft python in her TOILET.Laura Tranter thought she was 'hallucinating' when she popped to the loo and spotted the huge reptile in her Black Count...

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This gleaming machine turns human poop into fertile soil

This gleaming machine turns human poop into fertile soil

But what if your toilet weren’t a toilet at all? What if you could simply feed your waste to mushrooms that would purify it into soil, naturally?That’s the vision of Rebecca Schedler. As a graduate st...

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Roca Gallery’s topic for the month – Education, a platform for life

Roca Gallery’s topic for the month – Education, a platform for life

India Education Diary Bureau AdminShareRocagallery.com ends its topic of the month, dedicated to education, with an interview with Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara, the founders of Grafton Architec...

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There’s still a paper shortage. You know what that means. There’s still a paper shortage. You know what that means.

There’s still a paper shortage. You know what that means. There’s still a paper shortage. You know what that means.

Get the PodcastGet the PodcastYou might be tired of hearing about toilet paper in this pandemic. But when we’re talking about the paper supply overall, there’s no getting around it. Virtually all pape...

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Giant, un-flushable goldfish posing a major problem in Minnesota

Giant, un-flushable goldfish posing a major problem in Minnesota

They say goldfish grow to fit the size of their bowl — and when the bowl is a lake, things can get out of hand.Minnesota officials have issued a warning about dumping pet fish in local waterways, afte...

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HICKS: We are in a difficult and costly conflict

HICKS: We are in a difficult and costly conflict

Authoritarian governments are frequently thought to be more decisive than democracies. They can appear stronger and more likely to win the future than do liberal democracies, where debate is marked by...

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Happy as a … clam? UofU linguistics professor weighs in on the confusing world of words and phrases

Happy as a … clam? UofU linguistics professor weighs in on the confusing world of words and phrases

ST. GEORGE — Learning the words dog, cat, see spot run all seems so simple, but as language has evolved over time there are many unknowns to understanding their genesis.Even mothers trying to teach th...

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Revealed: The Norfolk sewers where traces of Omicron have been found

Revealed: The Norfolk sewers where traces of Omicron have been found

A programme designed to track where Covid-19 variants are circulating has discovered traces of the virus in various Norfolk sewers.Since 2020, the UK Health Security Agency has been monitoring wastewa...

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Why don't airlines upgrade you when seats are empty? Flight turns back after economy passengers upgrade themselves to business class

Why don't airlines upgrade you when seats are empty? Flight turns back after economy passengers upgrade themselves to business class

When United Airlines flight UA90 took off from Newark Airport bound for Tel Aviv on January 20, 2022, all seemed normal. But then, a couple of economy class passengers decided to lift themselves up to...

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BANGKOK (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Myint's family has not been switching off the lights for a few weeks now. This allows them to be alerted whenever the power supply comes back on.When it...

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39 Products For People Who Don't Have Any Space

39 Products For People Who Don't Have Any Space

It's glare-free, and has an adjustable front light so you can read in ANY lighting condition — including outside and in the dark!PSST! You get three months of Kindle Unlimited included!Promising revie...

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Designer reveals clever small bathroom design hack to maximize the space

Designer reveals clever small bathroom design hack to maximize the space

If you're looking to renovate a bathroom with a tiny footprint, it's worth taking note of these small bathroom ideas Simply Bathroom put into action on a project. The designer managed to meet a tough...

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