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Study: Feds Should Lower Kids’ Exposure Limits to Wireless Radiation

A new study argued the current federal limit for exposure to wireless radiation should be hundreds of times lower than it is, for children.

Report Spotlights Low Child Vaccination Rates Ahead of New School Year

Parents are gearing up for their children to return to the classroom for the first time in over a year

State Waives Medi-Cal Premiums During Pandemic: Many Recipients Unaware

Hundreds of thousands of Medi-Cal recipients who experienced financial hardship during the pandemic are paying monthly premiums when they don't have to

Parents Urged: Complete School Meal Forms Even Though Lunches are Free

School meals in Maine will be free for all students again this year and into the future, but parents are being urged to fill out meal benefit forms anyway.

From US Law to Laws of Attraction—Deputy DA Luna Joya Publishes Romance

Joya is available for cons, signings, and interviews, provided proper precautions are taken until the national pandemic crisis is contained.

Groups Call for $10 Billion to Bolster Shorelines Against Sea-Level Rise

Sea levels in California are projected to rise up to 55 inches by the end of the century, so climate advocates are calling on Congress to fund coastal restoration projects to mitigate potential flooding.

Report: Investments in Electric Vehicles Help Power CA’s Recovery

The U.S. economy would see a five-fold return from every tax dollar invested in electric vehicles and the grid, according to a new report.

Antiquities Act More Relevant Than Ever on Its 115th Anniversary

Some of California's most dramatic landscapes have been protected under the Antiquities Act, which turns 115 years old this month.

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BigCommerce Named a Strong Performer Among B2B and B2C Ecommerce Platforms in Industry Reports

BigCommerce received the highest score possible in six different criteria: Promotions Management, Third-Party Channels, Architecture, Extensibility and Integration, Performance and Commercial Model.
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Embracing nature: How to create the Chelsea trends in the home and garden

A must in the gardening calendar, the flagship Royal Horticultural Society has moved back to its rightful time of year after being postponed to last autumn.

The Myth of the Existence of ‘High- Performance’ Teams

To measure trust in a leadership team by collecting saliva samples before and after an intervention, which reveals fascinating results described in the book.

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Harvey Maria trend notes – Just add Colour to your Floors!

This year is all about making bold and beautiful colour choices for your home and having fun with chequered patterns.

Governor Vetoes Florida’s Court-Approved Redistricting Map

Governor Ron DeSantis has vetoed a new congressional map approved by fellow Republicans, Democrats and the Florida Supreme Court.