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5 cool explorers you should know

Man dismantles the natural world with unprecedented speed. We’re burning the Amazon, melting ice caps, and filling the oceans with trash and chemicals. As a result, there isn’t much wilderness out there. At least not like a few centuries ago. In the 19th century there were still places to be discovered. Now we must move away from the world for …

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The Instant Pot Aura Slow Cooker can also roast, bake and sauté

Unless you’re ready to have a take-away with every meal, regular trips to the grocery store are required. You may not be able to avoid them, but you can reduce the number of supermarket trips by planning ahead and developing smarter shopping habits. That way, you can spend less time navigating crowded aisles and more time enjoying your quiet dinner. …

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What is Herd Immunity? | Floss

In 1923 the bacteriologists WWC Topley and GS Wilson from the University of Manchester coined the sentence Herd immunity in a study of how bacterial infections spread through a group of mice when some were vaccinated [PDF]. While they stressed the need for more research on the subject, the basic idea was that if a certain fraction of its individual …

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BioGrit massage gun sale | Floss

Apple products are notoriously expensive. So if they drop in price, that’s a big deal. And if you’ve had your eye on a pair of Apple AirPods Pro, you can find these on Amazon for $ 219, which is 12 percent off the standard price. Now that it looks like many people will continue to work from home at least …

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The Best Stays and Deals in Singapore – The Latest Trend in Sustainable Tourism

Staycations have been popular lately, especially with working class students and millennials who’d rather go on vacation without breaking the bank. But it’s not just the result of an economic downturn that brought to light these holidays where you look at the familiar from a brand new perspective.Although staying is a fairly luxurious concept, especially given the COVID-19 pandemic that …

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Delicious fast food and ice cream treats

Via Olympic Cascade Drive-Ins – Sonic Drive-In Restaurants Washington and Oregon, Poulsbo, Ferndale, Renton, Wenatchee, Yakima, Kennewick, Pasco, Keizer, Salem.Sonic drive-in, drive-thru, or dine-in fast food restaurants in Washington and Oregon. The best spot for a quick, easy, delicious breakfast and hot coffee is our Sonic drive-in restaurants in Washington and Oregon, including Poulsbo Ferndale Renton Wenatchee Yakima Ellensburg Pasco …

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Common misconceptions about flying floss

Finding the perfect coffee maker can be a challenge at times. Many models use either environmentally harmful pods or complex parts that could wear out over time. Pure Over, available from Kickstarter, introduced a simple, fast, and eco-friendly coffee maker made entirely of glass. Unlike most other coffee options, the Pure Over only needs two things: ground coffee and water. …

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The best and worst times to buy a new car

Shopping for a new car can be a challenge. In addition to identifying the make and model that best fit your lifestyle, features and accessories can make the decision even more confusing. All of these affect the selling price, and even when the seller is willing to negotiate, it can be difficult to know if you are getting the best …

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Products to organize your life

For some people, it’s almost impossible to organize – and stay – without a little help. (We’re speaking from experience here.) To help you store your pots and pans without a fuss and prevent your toiletries from taking over your bathroom, we scoured the internet for products that are supposed to make things so much easier to organize. 1. Revolving …

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Facts about the flu shot

At the end of summer a new season begins: the flu season. It’s time to stock up on tissues and go to the nearest pharmacy or doctor’s office for the next flu shot. And this year, the health authorities are placing even more emphasis on getting vaccinated to prevent “twilight” from COVID-19 and influenza. Here’s what you need to know …

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