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  1. When viruses “jump”

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  2. Gardening with Physical Limitations

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    energy levels. Special attention will be given to decreasing the risk of secondary injury; working ... participants. Registration required.  This event is free and open to those within and outside the OSU ... AgriTourism, and other disability related issues for Ohio AgrAbility and OSU Extension. She grew up outside ...

  3. Chow Line: Takeout food and food delivery services amid COVID-19

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/chow-line-takeout-food-and-food-delivery-services-amid-covid-19

    service in light of the coronavirus pandemic? First, it’s important to understand that COVID-19 is not ... distance of at least 6 feet, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Common symptoms ... when a person touches an object or surface with the virus on it and then touches their mouth or eyes ...

  4. Chow line: Grocery shopping in the midst of COVID-19

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    the virus on it and then touches their mouth or eyes before washing their hands. With that in mind, ... is to practice social distancing, said Sanja Ilic, food safety state specialist with Ohio State ... symptomatic, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. As such, many retailers have taken to ...

  5. Civility @ Work online

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      To put it bluntly, there is a serious decrease in politeness and common courtesy in the workplace.  ... It may start with unanswered telephone messages, not holding a door for a co-worker, a rude comment ... co-workers, insensitive and offensive behavior, and other violations of social norms of respect.  It ...

  6. More and more viruses ‘spilling over’

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    lived secluded in those forests, said Scott Kenney, an assistant professor of veterinary preventative ... around them. “It’s the perfect place for a virus outbreak,” Kenney said. Someone in that marketplace ... started in animals before it shifted to people. “Many viruses adapt as they move from species to species, ...

  7. 2020 Celebration of Students Program Award Recipients

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    that active­ly promotes individual leadership skills and/or career development among its members, the ... at the end of Autumn Semester 2018. Five students in each rank 2, 3, and 4 on the Columbus and ...

  8. Mud and more mud

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    record. This winter has not been as wet as the last one, but it has been warmer, so the ground has not ... who trudge through it. Mud can keep farmers from planting and harvesting, lower crop yields, put ... livestock at higher risk for some diseases, and make it tougher for livestock to gain weight. Drive on wet ...

  9. CFAES info series is ‘madness’—and that’s good

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/newsletter/cfaes-monthly/april-2020/cfaes-info-series-is-%E2%80%98madness%E2%80%99%E2%80%94and-%E2%80%99s-good

    Extension. “While our ‘tournament’ is being loosely tied to March Madness, it’s not a competition, and people ...

  10. What Will it be Today? Conflict, Compete or Collaborate

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    goals of our organization. It's a choice we make, so what will it be today? Participants will: ...

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