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Why i’m a convert to window vacuum cleaners

I admit I never heard of window vacuum cleaners until my editor, the most knowledgeable man in journalism, asked me to write a review of a Kärcher window vacuum cleaner. My first thought was, “Why would anyone want to vacuum a window when the task can be easily accomplished using …

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HIPAA | South Seattle Emerald

by Carolyn Bick emerald guard dragon reporting seeks to increase accountability within our city’s institutions through in-depth investigative journalism. Kel Murphy spent most of his time in the days following his arrest last November trying to get the insulin he needs to survive. Even though he was in the hospital …

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Vaccination campaign arrives at Ingham County Fair

MASON, Michigan (WLNS) – Here at the Ingham County Fair you can get your elephant ears, popcorn, and your COVID-19 vaccine And that’s not all. The Ingham County Health Department is also making sure children’s vaccines are up to date. People like Elisabeth Ruddell, who has been vaccinated against COVID-19, …

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HIPPA, Lost Glasses and Medicaid Thoughts

By Deborah Mitchell, Contributing Columnist Posted 23/07/21 I’ll start with this: Lately I’ve seen a new mantra on social media regarding COVID and vaccinations: “Telling if I’ve had the shot is a violation of my HIPAA … This article is available in its entirety to subscribers. Notice to subscribers We …

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The best blue light blocking glasses

Between working from home, checking your phone, and watching TV, the screen time you record has likely increased over the past year or so. With the blue light emitted in particular by these same screens, your level of exposure to blue light has probably also increased. While it’s probably not …

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NLWA hosts recycling exhibition

An exhibition in London has been launched to show the public what not to recycle. The exhibition was created by artist Mat Kemp for the North London Waste Authority (NLWA). It includes an army helmet, dolls, reading glasses and fairy wings, which Londoners have all been trying to recycle in …

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