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New App Could Prevent Children From Dying in Hot Cars

The rate of hot car deaths is increasing every year at a dramatic rate. According to noheatstroke.org, 749 children alone have died because of pediatric vehicular heatstroke since 1998. While the number of victims continues to grow, one Arizona dad has decided enough is enough. Phoenix father of three Erin …

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Fraudulent utility scams are back

IID wishes to alert customers that fraudulent scams are being reported by utility consumers in the district’s service area. Unscrupulous individuals are posing as utility employees in an attempt to contact customers—over the phone, in person and through email—threatening to turn off their electricity if the customer does not immediately …

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Ways to save energy this summer

-Article provided by Imperial Irrigation District Living in the desert means summer heat and higher electric bills. Although there is not much one can do about the heat, one can save cash and reduce carbon by minimizing energy use. Below are recommendations from IID that can help save energy during …

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Unfair Domestic Violence Laws in California

-Editorial They say that behind every Domestic Violence case there’s always something hidden, or a true story. But in these type of cases how can a prosecutor know the truth, the real truth? Is the legal system prepared enough to find out the truth? Do they have the means or …

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By: Dr. Elton Gómez, expert in stem cells. Exosomes are small vesicles filled with substances such as mRNA, which are produced by all cell types, these vesicles are responsible for carrying genetic material, instructions and information among the various types of cells, these instructions make the recipient cells behave in …

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Challenges of Human Rights

By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, attorney and former professor. Modern human rights treaties present several challenges for the U.S. constitutional system. The first challenge concerns substance, human rights treaty provisions are sometimes in tension with either constitutionally guaranteed rights (like the First Amendment) or well settled and democratically popular practices …

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