Chemistry is key for LF during summer football sessions | Sports coverage for Fenton, Linden, Holly and Lake

Chemistry is key for LF during summer football sessions |  Sports coverage for Fenton, Linden, Holly and Lake

Lake Fenton — Last varsity football season was one to remember at Lake Fenton High School. After dropping its first Flint Metro League Stars Division contest of the season against Brandon, the Blue Devils started putting together a magical year. They finished 4-1 in the Stars Division, earning a co-title with Goodrich. However, the Blue … Read more

What Is Sports Medicine? Dispelling Common Myths, Plus How to Prevent Common Injuries

What Is Sports Medicine?  Dispelling Common Myths, Plus How to Prevent Common Injuries

Myth: Sports medicine is only for athletes. Fact: Sports medicine providers treat a variety of common injuries that anyone could experience — not just athletes! In this 2 Your Well-Being discussion with WFMY News 2, patient Karey Loftis, who experienced a shoulder injury, shares her sports medicine care story and Jason Matthews, MD, dispels common … Read more

Ghana: Partner Government to Protect the Environment – Dr Bawumia to Chiefs

Ghana: Partner Government to Protect the Environment – Dr Bawumia to Chiefs

The Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has called on chiefs and other traditional authorities to complement the government’s efforts to protect the environment. Speaking at this year’s edition of the OhumFestival of the Chiefs and people of Akyem Abuakwa at Kyebi in the Eastern Region on Saturday Vice President Bawumia said it was the duty … Read more

Ghana: ‘Galamsey Must Halt to Safeguard Environment’

Ghana: Partner Government to Protect the Environment – Dr Bawumia to Chiefs

Goaso — The activities of illegal mining, popularly known as galamsey, must be completely halted in the country to safeguard lands, water bodies and forests, Mr Collins Oppong – Kyekyeku, a United Kingdom-based Ghana environmentalist, has stated. Mr Opong-Kyekyeku said though the government over the years had banned galamsey, people were still illegally mining in … Read more

HK’s business environment steady amid fierce storms

HK’s business environment steady amid fierce storms

The city has remained stable despite a number of shocks, says George Leung. SING TAO Serena Kong Hong Kong’s business environment has not changed much in spite of the political and economic turmoil, says the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce. The business community is most satisfied by Hong Kong’s ability to maintain a free … Read more

Pandemic Survivors Credit Pets As The Best Medicine – CBS Sacramento

Pandemic Survivors Credit Pets As The Best Medicine – CBS Sacramento

Pandemic Survivors Credit Pets As The Best MedicineUC Davis researchers discovered some of the best medicine to get you through a pandemic may not come in the form of a pill at all. It may come with having a pet. 17 minutes ago Yosemite National Park Once Again Requiring Visitors To Wear MasksYosemite is bringing … Read more

UAE to Chair UN’s Committee on The Peaceful Uses of Outer Space

UAE to Chair UN’s Committee on The Peaceful Uses of Outer Space

The UAE will chair the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS). The 100-member state committee is one of the largest UN committees. It was established by the UN General Assembly in 1959 to govern the exploration and use of space. It was tasked with reviewing international cooperation in the peaceful … Read more

Video: Is historic flood a threat to Yellowstone’s iconic wildlife?

Video: Is historic flood a threat to Yellowstone’s iconic wildlife?

An image taken from a video of wildlife at Yellowstone National Park posted on YouTube June 19. (At Home in Wild Spaces) Estimated read time: 2-3 minutes YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — Relentless rainfall and heavy spring snow melt combined to produce historic flooding throughout Yellowstone National Park and much of Montana last week. The devastation … Read more

Zimbabwe: Benjamin Mkapa Wildlife Award Photographs On Show

Ghana: Partner Government to Protect the Environment – Dr Bawumia to Chiefs

Sifelani Tsiko — Innovations Editor The National Gallery of Zimbabwe (NGZ) yesterday hosted the prestigious Benjamin Mkapa African Wildlife Photography Awards exhibition to celebrate the African Wildlife Foundation’s 60th anniversary. The Mkapa Photo Awards is named to honor one of Africa’s most beloved leaders — Benjamin Mkapa, who served as President of Tanzania from 1995 … Read more

Zimbabwe: Boran Quarantine Station Boost for Livestock Genetics

Ghana: Partner Government to Protect the Environment – Dr Bawumia to Chiefs

The Government has launched the first-ever Boran Quarantine Station to boost livestock genetics in the country and increase the national herd to 5.5 million by 2025. The Boran Quarantine Station is also believed to be the only one in Africa and will attract farmers from across the continent, enhancing the livestock sector in the country. … Read more