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Studies show that diffusing the smell of ladybugs keeps the crops-eating pests away.
The rate of new infections exploded in rural America last week, more than doubling from two weeks ago. Metropolitan infection rates are also still climbing.
New England states prepare to invest millions of federal dollars to support broadband expansions.
At every stage of recovery – from one to 10 years post-operation – rural patients had higher death rates than urban patients after lung surgery to treat cancer. Researchers found that the risk went up as the distance to healthcare increased.
The Sandhills Family Heritage Association celebrates 20 years of documenting rural Black life and improving the health of constituents.
A nonprofit organization looks to foster dignity and provide education to menstruators in Indigenous schools and communities throughout North America.
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