Hunters and bird handlers warned after bird flu detected

Hunters and bird handlers warned after bird flu detected

A wild duck harvested by a hunter in Colleton County is the first wild bird since 2016 to be found infected in the United States with highly pathogenic avian influenza, or HPAI, the U.S. Department of Agriculture confirmed Friday. Officials said in a statement that the Eurasian bird disease type H5 was found in an … Read more

Hunters and bird handlers warned after bird flu detected

Hunters and bird handlers warned after bird flu detected

A wild duck harvested by a hunter in Colleton County is the first wild bird since 2016 to be found infected in the United States with highly pathogenic avian influenza, or HPAI, the U.S. Department of Agriculture confirmed Friday. Officials said in a statement that the Eurasian bird disease type H5 was found in an … Read more

Cyclone Tiffany crosses the Top End coast as a Category 1 system, as residents of the alert zone take cover

Cyclone Tiffany crosses the Top End coast as a Category 1 system, as residents of the alert zone take cover

Tropical Cyclone Tiffany crossed the east coast of the Top End as a Category 1 system, after being downgraded from Category 2 classification. Key points: The cyclone is expected to make landfall near Port Roper around noon It should pass as a Category 1 system after failing to achieve Category 2 strength Those in the … Read more

Cyclone Tiffany is expected to cross the Top End coast as a Category 1 system, as residents of Groote Eylandt prepare for impact

Cyclone Tiffany crosses the Top End coast as a Category 1 system, as residents of the alert zone take cover

Tropical Cyclone Tiffany is expected to cross the east coast of the Top End around noon today as a Category 1 system, having been downgraded from the Category 2 classification. Key points: The cyclone is expected to make landfall near Port Roper around noon It should pass as a Category 1 system after failing to … Read more

Cyclone watch issued for Nhulunbuy, Groote Eylandt, as Cyclone Tiffany heads towards the NT

Cyclone watch issued for Nhulunbuy, Groote Eylandt, as Cyclone Tiffany heads towards the NT

The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a cyclonic watch for much of the Northern Territory coastline as preparations for a category three system begin. Key points: NT authorities prepare for possible Category Three cyclone to hit the East Coast of the Top End on Wednesday A flood watch has been issued for the coastal rivers … Read more

Low Food Diet Cures ADHD Symptoms: Study

Low Food Diet Cures ADHD Symptoms: Study

Can a Very Restrictive “Little Food” Diet Relieve Classic Symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in Children? New research suggests that a short-term nutritional intervention, which tests whether certain foods are a trigger for ADHD symptoms through the elimination process, could make a difference. ADHD can cause inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity, and nutrition may … Read more

Low Food Diet Cures ADHD Symptoms: Study

Low Food Diet Cures ADHD Symptoms: Study

Can a Very Restrictive Diet with Little Food Relieve Classic Symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in Children? New research suggests that a short-term nutritional intervention, which tests whether certain foods are a trigger for ADHD symptoms through the elimination process, could make a difference. ADHD can cause inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity, and nutrition … Read more

Yoko Ono’s work arrives at the Vancouver Art Gallery with Growing Freedom: The instructions of Yoko Ono / The art of John and Yoko

Yoko Ono’s work arrives at the Vancouver Art Gallery with Growing Freedom: The instructions of Yoko Ono / The art of John and Yoko

John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Brochure cover for Planting Acorns in Coventry, 1968, first public art collaboration.Courtesy of Yoko Ono Among the many fascinations served by The Beatles: Come Back documentary series is the nature of Yoko Ono’s presence in the recording studio. She did not observe sideways with the other spouses and partners. She … Read more

Wooroloo bushfire near Perth treated like family as suspect after losing home

Wooroloo bushfire near Perth treated like family as suspect after losing home

A house that has been in the same family for almost 40 years was destroyed by a bushfire that ravaged a semi-rural area on the outskirts of Perth. Key points: 77-year-old woman lived in the house destroyed by the fire Authorities say the fire had three ignition points and is suspect The fire has been … Read more