Three Girl Scouts and one adult were killed in western Wisconsin on Saturday as they picked up trash near a highway. Colton Treu, the year-old who was allegedly driving the truck, initially fled but eventually turned himself in. A fourth Girl Scout is critically injured. Girl Scouts everywhere stand with you during this difficult time. Another Girl Scout remains in critical condition.
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Young adults free of diabetes and cardiovascular disease developed heart damage after only five years of exposure to low-to-moderate levels of arsenic commonly found in groundwater. This was the finding of a new study published Tuesday in Circulation, a journal published by the American Heart Association. Long-term exposure to inorganic arsenic, a human poison that occurs naturally in the earth's crust, has been linked to various cancers , kidney damage, hypertension, cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Organic arsenic, such as what's found in seafood, is not known to be toxic to humans. While arsenic can be found in the air and soil, the World Health Organization says the greatest threat to public health globally comes from groundwater, which is contaminated as it flows through rocks and minerals containing arsenic. In the United States, people who live in rural and some suburban areas can be exposed to untreated groundwater through the use of private wells. Testing those wells is a critical first step to take action and prevent exposure," lead author Dr.
Gun groups sue over California law banning firearms sales to those under 21
The lawsuit was filed Monday in San Diego by groups including the Calguns Foundation and Firearms Policy Coalition, and targets state laws including one that took effect in January that raised the legal age limit for buying long guns from 18 to The suit also challenges a previous law barring sales of handguns to those under Dillon, the Carlsbad attorney representing the gun groups.
As a result of unusually good ecological conditions, a second generation of breeding is expected to cause a further increase of locusts in the spring breeding areas of Saudi Arabia and Iran, the report explained. Desert locusts are short-horned grasshoppers that can form large swarms and pose a major threat to agricultural production, livelihoods, food security, and the environment and economic development. In Iran, hopper and adult groups and a few hopper bands are present along parts of the coast from west of Bandar Lengeh to the Pakistan border and in the Jaz Murian Basin of the interior.