Detroit public schools shut off drinking water due to 'elevated levels' of lead, copper

  1. Detroit public schools shut off drinking water due to ‘elevated levels’ of lead, copper  Washington Post
  2. Detroit To Shut Off Drinking Water At All Public Schools Because Of Contamination  HuffPost
  3. Drinking water to be shut off at all Detroit public schools  Crain’s Detroit Business
  4. Detroit shutting off drinking water in all schools because of lead, copper contamination  USA TODAY
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Photographer captures crystal-clear images of lions drinking at night

Photographer captures crystal-clear images of lions drinking at nightA daredevil photographer staked out a pride of lions for 15 hours to capture stunning, crystal-clear images of big cats drinking water together just 13 feet away. Freelance photographer Peter Haygarth, 55,  captured the rare moment — snapping the intensity of the lionesses’ stares and the contrast of night and light — in the Zimanga Private Game Reserve in South Africa.


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Photographer captures crystal-clear images of lions drinking at night

Photographer captures crystal-clear images of lions drinking at nightA daredevil photographer staked out a pride of lions for 15 hours to capture stunning, crystal-clear images of big cats drinking water together just 13 feet away. Freelance photographer Peter Haygarth, 55,  captured the rare moment — snapping the intensity of the lionesses’ stares and the contrast of night and light — in the Zimanga Private Game Reserve in South Africa.


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Model for cutting binge drinking in college students

The study also analyzed participants’ overall willingness to initiate and sustain responsible drinking habits or abstinence. Compared to men, women were 38 percent more willing to initiate or try responsible drinking and 49 percent more willing to sustain those habits. Non-white college students were 41 percent more willing to initiate responsible drinking behaviors than whites and 96 percent more willing to sustain those habits.
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