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Longview woman competes on 'Survivor' - Longview News-Journal

Olson, 31, and her husband of about eight years, Kirk, have three children — 6-year-old Karis, 4-year-old Abi and Shane, now 11 months. Source: www.news-journal.com

After Decades of War, This Jungle Is Now Open for Exploration - National Geographic

When we look at a biodiversity map of Colombia we see there are two places that stand out: the Andes and Pacific Choco,” said biology professor Juan Fernando Diaz. Source: www.nationalgeographic.com

How fentanyl test strips help drug users 'be safe and survive' - Chicago Daily Herald

John Glueckert Jr. teaches participants to use the opioid overdose reversal agent naloxone during one of 12 sessions his business, Glueckert Funeral Home in Arlington Heights, is offering this week to mark International Overdose Awareness Day. Source: www.dailyherald.com

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  • Longview woman competes on 'Survivor'

    09/23/18 ,via Longview News-Journal

    The Longview resident couldn't say whether all her mental and physical preparation paid off, but, starting Wednesday, fans of the longtime hit reality show “Survivor” will be able to watch her progress each week when the Emmy-award winning series

  • After Decades of War, This Jungle Is Now Open for Exploration

    09/21/18 ,via National Geographic

    “Nobody appreciates you taking their spoon out of their mouth,” said Suárez. “It would be pretty easy to imagine oneself ending up threatened “Our survival was based on the palms,” said Quiroz. “The brooms we made all directly from the palm trees

  • A Survival Guide to Rosh Hashanah: How to Make a Holiday Meal in 3 Hours

    09/07/18 ,via Haaretz

    Use 1 oz. ice cream scoop, or a spoon, to create matzo balls and arrange them in a cooking tray. Put in the fridge for 30-60 minutes. 3. In the meantime, put salted water in a wide pot where you'll be cooking the matzo balls, and bring to boil. Keep on

  • How fentanyl test strips help drug users 'be safe and survive'

    08/31/18 ,via Chicago Daily Herald

    Injection drug users can put water in the spoon they used to heat their drugs and test from there. Those who sniff or snort can empty the contents of their bag of drugs, fill it with water and insert the test strip. Some worry drug users won't put in