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Nearly 6 million children are driven into severe hunger by the hot, dry shifts of a strong el Niño

14 days ago   |   By Science Daily

Up to three times more children suffer severe hunger with each El Niño than from COVID-19. El Niño events provide a snapshot of the future under climate change and chronicle the lack of proactive policy action even when climate events are predictable.
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Lake Oroville hydroelectric power plant remains offline, but could resume in...

Lake Oroville hydroelectric power plant remains offline, but could resume in December

The hydroelectric power plant at Lake Oroville that was shut down due to low water levels from the drought could power back on if lake elevation allows, according to the... Read more ...

Tiny microscopic hunters could be a crystal ball for climate change

Tiny unicellular creatures called protists could keep greenhouse gases out of the atmosphere by gobbling up bacteria that emit CO2, researchers say. Now, a study finds that a... Read more ...

Antibiotics for appendicitis

Antibiotics are now an accepted first-line treatment for most people with appendicitis, according to final results of the Comparing Outcomes of antibiotic Drugs and... Read more ...

Redefining human diseases through the lens of your DNA

Researchers performed genome-wide analysis studies to identify genetic elements associated with various diseases. To address inequities in previous GWAS, the team included... Read more ...

Increased consumption of whole grains could significantly reduce the...

Increased consumption of whole grain foods could significantly reduce the incidence of type 2 diabetes and the costs associated with its treatment. Read more ...

Criminal charges have not been ruled out in Alec Baldwin's fatal ‘Rust' set...

Criminal charges have not been ruled out in Alec Baldwin's fatal ‘Rust' set shooting

SANTA FE, N.M. - Criminal charges have not been ruled out in the shooting death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of Alec Baldwin's Western “Rust,” cops said... Read more ...

Money saving tips: The fall chores you can't afford to ignore

Money saving tips: The fall chores you can't afford to ignore

Fall is the perfect time to make those necessary home fixes that may have slipped through the cracks over the summer. Read more ...

Frost Then More Rain

Frost Then More Rain

Expect some frost overnight then more rain later this week. Read more ...

Attorney Convicted Of Swindling Thousands From Drug Case Client

MINNEAPOLIS - The Hennepin County Attorney's Office says Kristi McNeilly, a criminal defense attorney, was convicted Monday of theft-by-swindle for taking $15,000 from one of... Read more ...

Cowboy Bebop Rides Again, Thanks to Netflix and John Cho

How Cho and Cowboy Bebop‘s creative team brought a classic anime series to life, and with its soul intact-despite delays, injuries, and COVID-19. Read more ...