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Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - December 9 2022


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Charity donations stable for most Canadians despite inflation, recession fears: Nanos survey

Despite high inflation and fears over a potential recession on the horizon, donations to charities remain stable for most Canadians, a new survey has found.-CTV News

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Canadians urged to remember eye safety this holiday season

With the holidays fast approaching, one Canadian medical group is urging parents to consider the safety risks posed by some toys.According to the Canadian Ophthalmological Society (COS), many children every year are brought to emergency rooms with eye injuries over the holidays. The society conducted a survey, which found only 16 per cent of Canadians consider eye safety when shopping for toys and other gifts. COS President Dr. Phil Hooper says eye care professionals suggest avoiding lasers, sprays, sharp toys and projectiles when it comes to gifts. The COS notes injury risks posed by misused toys include bleeding or bruising of the eye, permanent vision loss, or even the loss of an

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Social Platforms & Online Communities

There’s no place like TikTok? More than seven in 10 (73%) Americans find it easier to relate to strangers in online communities than to people they know in real life.

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Here’s how much ‘invisible’ toilet water sprays into the air after you flush

You may never forget to close the lid again after reading this study. Scientists have demonstrated how toilet water sprays when we flush — carrying potentially dangerous germs into the air — in a series of experiments. Video shows the airborne droplets shoot out at speeds of 6.6 feet per second, reaching 4.9 feet above the toilet within eight seconds. The largest droplets settle onto surfaces. Smaller ones — less than five microns, or one-millionth of a meter — linger suspended for many minutes.
They can transport the gut-turning bacteria E. coli and C. difficile, along with noroviruses and adenoviruses. The virus that causes COVID-19 is present in human waste as well. There is not currently conclusive evidence that it spreads efficiently through toilet aerosols, however.

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