Month: July 2022

Widespread use of collagen hydrosylate in nutrition

South Korea, Seoul, Aug. 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Fact.MR – A Market Research and Competitive Intelligence Provider: The global collagen hydrosylate market is currently valued at US$1.09 billion and is expected to register a CAGR of 7.8% to reach US$2.34 billion by the end of the forecast period. Changing and evolving lifestyles, increasing penetration …

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After the 2020 faceplant, Texas Democrats are changing policy and tone on oil, border and police reform

Gone are the days of Democratic candidates clamoring for the removal of officials’ qualified immunity protections and other reforms in the wake of the death of George Floyd in Texas to counter police brutality. Now even the most progressive Democrats rarely mention these issues on the stump or on their campaign websites. DOWN SIDE, FROM …

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Euro 2022: What will have a lasting impact on the European Women’s Championship?

Euro 2022 was a huge success for England – both on and off the pitch. The Lionesses captivated the nation with a daring run that ended in a Extra time victory over Germany in the final of a tournament has attracted record crowds, carnival atmosphere and unprecedented media coverage for the sport. Women’s football has …

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‘Everyone seems to think it’ll go away on its own’: Hockey parents frustrated by the sport’s toxic culture

WARNING: This article contains details about abuse. As Hockey Canada grapples with public disputes over how its organization has settled sexual assault claims in the past, some Canadians are questioning how anyone can trust the national governing body of hockey and are calling for action and change at all levels of the sport. “I’m not …

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The US invests heavily in chips. So is the rest of the world.

A mega-spending package to boost US semiconductor production faces a harsh reality: the world is already awash with chipmaking stimulus. What makes the US effort unique is the enormous one-time sum — about $77 billion in subsidies and tax credits — earmarked to boost American production of the ubiquitous technology component. But other countries, particularly …

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Monterey Bay | Finding Sanctuary: The Politics of Saving the Bay – Santa Cruz Sentinel

Marine politics began in Monterey Bay, the largest open bay on the California coast. From the first Spanish explorers to discover our coastal beauty to the establishment of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, our waters have been contentious. Sam Farr The history of protecting Monterey Bay and the Central Coast consists of four parts. …

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Groups fill gaps in food access in WA school district / Public News Service

When school districts are unable to offer summer school classes, it can have a major impact on how children receive meals. Case in point: the Mount Adams School District in the Yakima Valley, where staff shortages mean about 800 children are missing breakfast and lunch this summer. Groups like Yakima Valley Partners for Education and …

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House Ed & Labor passes Child Nutrition Bill

The House Education and Labor Committee passed legislation today, July 27, reauthorizing child feeding programs. The Healthy Meals, Healthy Children Act would reauthorize and update federal child nutrition programs, including school and summer meals, the Special Supplemental Feeding Program for Women, Infants and Children, and the Child and Adult Nutrition Program. The committee advanced HR …

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Live – England and Germany goalless at half-time in Euro 2022 final

1800 – Germany started the second half after a break substitution: Jule Brand replaced Tabea Wasmuth.1745 – Halftime! England and Germany go into the break 0-0 after a first half in which clear chances were the order of the day. ⏸️ 𝗛𝗔𝗟𝗙-𝗧𝗜𝗠𝗘 ⏸️ Halfway! 👀 😬 How are your nerves? #WEURO2022 | #CLOSELY | #GER …

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Roanoke Starbucks mingles with the oozing labor movement | local business

When workers at a Starbucks in Buffalo, New York, announced last year that they would launch a union organizing campaign, Ryan Collins wanted to give them hope, but feared it would prove hopeless. The 21-year-old barista, who works at The Bridges coffee chain’s coffee shop in Roanoke, thought of the sheer size of Starbucks — …

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