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Though EV demand is growing, range anxiety remains a concern

This story from upi.com illustrates the growth of electric vehicles (EVs) Feb. 21 (UPI) — After a forecast for gains in deployment, feedback from a forum by a state public service commission found range anxiety for electric vehicles was a concern. British energy company BP reported in an annual forecast …

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Idaho Transportaion Department Lights The Way With New Solar-Powered Markers

boisestatepublicradio.org argues a revealing On a dark, unfamiliar street, you may not see that raised curb or concrete island coming at you. The Idaho Transportation Department wants to help by trying out a new kind of pavement marker. Taking advantage of the mild winter and plenty of sunshine, ITD is …

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Diet and depression: How important a healthy diet is for our mental health

What is most likely to be an overlooked story from wxyz.com admits an obvious Eating healthy seems to affect many aspects of our lives, preventing heart disease, dementia and cancer. Now evidence supports it can affect our mental health as well. I’ve always said food is medicine. And when it …

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Solar Information Center

Going Solar: How do You Choose the Right Solar Company in Idaho? I often get asked what I think are the most important points to consider when choosing a solar company in Idaho.. When you put all the marketing and shiny objects aside, there are definitely some specific categories all …

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Why sprout your grains, nuts and beans? Quick Guide

I have been sprouting for years-one of the best ways to eat fresh nutritious food during the winter months-and it only takes a few days to grow! Sprouting is essentially the practice of germinating seeds — whether grains, nuts, beans or other kinds of seeds — so that they are easier to …

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Your Dog’s Immune System: A Raw Diet May Fine-Tune it

“Every time a dog eats food it affects the genes and how the genes are expressed,” explains Dr. Johanna. “This means that the genes can be more active or inactive because of the diet or the nutrients in the diet. At the end, this means that the proteins that are …

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Metabolic Stress: Kibble-fed Dogs Have Elevated Levels

I’m currently studying the response dogs have on a metabolic level to food and different diets. It’s important to note this field is actually called metabonomics. Metabolomics is an interchangeable term nowadays. So I’m focused on metabolites because metabolites have such a crucial role in our physiology and a strong …

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Which Restaurants use the most Antibiotics in their Food: Restaurant Scorecard

Choose clean food-stop eating at restaurants that abuse their animals and antibiotics. What you eat always ends up in your body and the environment! More than half of the largest 25 restaurant chains now have antibiotics policies in place. Although antibiotics can be helpful for treating sick animals used for …

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WHO Recommends Stop Giving Animals So Many Antibiotics

Solution: Don’t purchase meats from farms (or stores) that use antibiotics on their animals! Buy local whenever possible The “over-use and misuse of antimicrobials” has occurred both in human medicine and on farms, says Marc Sprenger, a scientist at WHO. But in sheer quantity, the amount of antibiotics used on …

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5 Warning Signs of Magnesium Deficiency

1. Ringing in the Ears or Hearing Loss Tinnitus, or a constant, high-pitched ringing in the ears is common symptom of magnesium deficiency, as is hearing loss. 2. Muscle Cramps or Tremors Magnesium is crucial to optimim muscle function. 3. Depression The link between low magnesium levels and depression was …

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Avoid being a regular “customer” for the medical profession-Beat cancer naturally!

Illnesses do not come upon us out of the blue. They are developed from small daily sins against Nature. When enough sins have accumulated, illnesses will suddenly appear. Hippocrates Cancer has been successfully treated with enzymes for many decades. Enzyme therapy is not new. In fact, it dates back to …

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Homeowners Cash In On Idaho Solar Net Metering Program

Early adopters always get the greatest benefits of solar powering their homes. As state utility companies change their rules, existing solar customers are “grand-fathered” with their existing solar credit program, while brand new solar customers receive a new Net Energy Metering program (usually less beneficial to customer). Idaho Power serves …

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Idaho Power Seeks Changes for Solar Customer Compensation

Traditional state utility companies are scrambling to address rising Infrastructure and maintenance costs. Its an old system and cannot even compete with the simplicity, effectiveness and lower costs of distributed energy systems (solar, wind…etc). By KIMBERLEE KRUESI, Associated Press BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho Power said Thursday it wants permission …

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