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Coast Guard locates missing hunter near Kodiak, Alaska, tows fishing vessel to Ketchikan, Alaska


Lockdown lifted at Alaska school after student heard talking about shooting up campus


UPDATE: Kodiak schools open following shooting threat from student


Small rockets, big profits: Alaska Aerospace looks to commercial market for future


The Latest: Police: Student denies threatening comments


The Latest: Alaska school cleared after lockdown


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Wildfire Smoke Can Be Terrible For Your Health. Here’s How to Stay Safe
 
Although summer is the typical season for wildland fires, they can occur at any time of the year. There are precautions you can take to be prepared ahead of time and steps to follow during the fire to keep you and your family's health safe.


First Steps in Combating the Effects of Wildland Smoke

When you first see or smell smoke from a wildland fire make a safe place for your family to hunker down.



Health Benefits of Saunas

 
Saunas, rooms where the temperature is set at approximately 70 degrees to 100 degrees Celsius (158° to 212° Fahrenheit), have been in use for at least 3,000 years. They're extremely popular in Finland, where about 1 in 3 people uses a sauna.

Health benefits of saunas may include:

Decreased Muscle Soreness
Decreased Arthritis Pain
Improved Joint Mobility
Improved Asthma Symptoms
Decreased Stress
Lower Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
Lower Blood Pressure
Greater Exercise Tolerance
Relief of Chronic Fatigue
Relief of Chronic Pain
Possible Reduced Risk of Alzheimer's Disease

Increased Heart Rate



As MaryAnn de Pietro writes on the website Health News Today, sitting in a sauna causes the heart rate to increase.



Why You Should Stop Skipping Breakfast

Skipping Breakfast? Just Stop it Now
 
It's Monday, your alarm clock sounded 30 minutes ago and you're still in bed. Sound familiar? Unfortunately, when work calls, you must answer. Often times, this involves neglecting your own needs, especially providing your body with proper morning fuel.



Scientists: Plant More Trees to Combat Climate Change

 

Planting forests and other activities that harness the power of nature could play a major role in limiting global warming under the 2015 Paris agreement, an international study showed Monday.

Natural climate solutions, also including protection of carbon-storing peat lands and better management of soils and grasslands, could account for 37 percent of all actions needed by 2030 under the 195-nation Paris plan, it said.




In Harvey-hit County, Some in GOP Newly Confront the Climate

 

The church was empty, except for the piano too heavy for one man to move. It had been 21 days since the greatest storm Wayne Christopher had ever seen dumped a year's worth of rain on his town, drowning this church where he was baptized, met his high school sweetheart and later married her.

He had piled the ruined pews out on the curb, next to water-logged hymnals and molding Sunday school lesson plans and chunks of drywall that used to be a mural of Noah's Ark.




Richard Branson Takes Another Bet on Future

 

British billionaire Richard Branson on Thursday placed another bet on the future with an investment in Hyperloop One, which is developing super high-speed transportation systems.

Hyperloop One said Branson's Virgin Group would take the company global and rebrand itself as Virgin Hyperloop One in the near future.

Branson has joined the board of Hyperloop One, which aims to develop pods that will transport passenger and mixed-use cargo at speeds of 250 miles per hour (402 km per hour).




Iraqi Forces Seize Key Sites in Kirkuk, Kurdish Stronghold

 

Iraqi government forces swept into the Kurdish-held city of Kirkuk on Monday, capturing the governor's office, key military sites and an oil field.

In a lightning-fast strike, Baghdad's U.S.-trained troops entered the northern city and, on orders from Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, raised Iraqi flags in place of the Kurdish banners.

The move came less than a day after launching the operation in response to last month's Kurdish vote for independence that the central government declared was illegal.





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