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Day: March 22, 2021

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You know hydration is key to your overall well-being. But if you’re getting your H20 intake via a certain brand of bottled water, it could actually be posing a danger to your health rather than keeping you in tip-top shape. According to a new report this week from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), a brand of bottled water has been potentially linked to several cases of non-viral hepatitis in children, and the agency is now urging everyone to stay away. To make sure your water is safe to drink, read on, and for more “good for you”

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As a coalition representing Minnesota’s diverse agri-food industry, from farmers to food processors, AgriGrowth and its members have been vocal advocates for the early-stage vaccination of our essential workers. We are pleased Gov. Tim Walz included our industry in the next phase of vaccinations this spring.

Many of our members have stepped up and asked how they can help expedite the vaccination process for their workers and communities. Whether it’s helping inoculate, storing vaccines in their cold storage, or coordinating community vaccinations sites, we want to help end this pandemic as quickly as possible. We are hopeful the Minnesota Department

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We’re already very familiar with what we should buy at Costco, but what about the no-nos? Some of them are obvious. If you’re counting calories and watching your sugar, you definitely don’t want to walk out the door with an oversize candy bar (unless you plan to properly portion it out over the next three years, in which case, good for you).

There are definitely some things tucked away on Costco’s shelves, though, that are better off staying there rather than coming home with you, because they won’t do you any favors on your healthy-eating journey. We spoke with two

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Valanos, the owner, closed his doors just before Christmas, when a surge in coronavirus cases caused a brief shutdown of indoor dining. He expected to reopen just before President Biden’s inauguration, hoping to draw some small groups looking to celebrate.

The Monocle is inside that perimeter and has been closed ever since, the only business shuttered by the fallout of the pro-Trump riots.

“It’s a little too much to ask our guests to climb a barbwire fence and confront the National Guard,” Valanos said.

Congressional security officials said Friday that the outer fencing could start coming down this weekend, leaving

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There’s nothing like a glass of crisp pinot grigio to wash down a light pasta dish, or a buttery chardonnay to complement a shellfish feast. Whether enjoyed on a romantic patio date, a backyard summer BBQ with friends, or solo on the sofa after a long workday, a refreshing white wine goes down as easy as water—which, let’s be real, can be a little dangerous. It’s time to ask yourself: What happens to your body when you drink white wine? What kinds of effects can one glass have? Or three?

“White wine can definitely be a part of a healthy

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A popular Florida restaurant will close its doors for the remainder of spring break amid concerns of further damage to the location following fights there.

The popular Miami Beach party spot, the Clevelander Hotel, has seen fights break out over the past week as crowds try to cram in during peak hours.

As a precaution, the hotel will continue to operate for its guests, but food and beverage operations will remain closed to the public until “at least” March 24, it said.

Miami Beach, Florida USA – March 4, 2019: Cityscape view of the classic art deco architecture of the

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