China to lift restrictions where second African swine fever outbreak found

BEIJING (Reuters) – China is set to lift restrictions on an area in central Henan province, where the country’s second African swine fever outbreak occurred last month, the agriculture ministry said on Sunday. The local government in Zhengzhou plans to officially lift the blockade on Oct. 1, but it must take measures to prevent recurrence
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When you step out of your front door in the morning, what kind of step do you take? Is it a purposeful stride? Or a weary stumble? Beyond how much you’re dreading your day at work, a clipped gait might have everything to do with glutes that are still asleep. The frankly massive muscles in
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This chain may have a more-is-more philosophy, but there’s no need to swear it off. With these 5 nutritionist-recommended choices, you might even have room for dessert. With 200+ menu options, brimming plates of pasta, and gargantuan slices of cake, the Cheesecake Factory is all about expansive hospitality. Alas, their more-is-more philosophy extends to the nutrition
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Autoworkers in this blue-collar, central Indiana city have an eager helper waiting to pick up the bill at their next doctor visit. Fiat Chrysler is offering free health care for most of its employees and their families — about 22,000 people — through a clinic the carmaker opened this summer near one of five factories
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The Baja Buzz at BorraCho. (Provided by BorraCho) It’s musical chairs for restaurants. Follow along: Chef/founder Lon Symensma is opening a second location of BorraCho Tacos, originally located in the Avanti food hall, in a space on South Broadway, according to a press release. That second BorraCho will replace Symensma’s Cho77, closing on Sept. 27
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Upslope’s 2013 Belgian Style Pale Ale. The brewery is hosting a pop-up bar in the backcountry on Oct. 6. (Mark Leffingwell, The Daily Camera) What draws thousands of Coloradans to the backcountry where there isn’t a hot spring, skiing or one of the most photographed vistas in the state? Craft beer, of course. For three
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And, just like that, autumn is here. Gone are the picnics, jumpers for goalposts and barbecues. Now is a time to settle in for one-pot cooking, to allow more time to watch Bake Off, BBC dramas and squirrels pottering about. If I had to pick a dish to represent autumn, it would be ribollita. An
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How can learning poetry by heart help us to be more grounded, happy, calm people? “Let me count the ways,” says Rachel Kelly, who has suffered from anxiety. Whenever she’s feeling wobbly, she finds reciting lines of poetry is grounding, validating and connects her to others who have felt as she is feeling in this
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They were New Yorkers, born nine years apart, and into two different worlds. Growing up among the sights of the Hudson River Valley, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was raised as a prince of the Gilded Age. The Roosevelts, dating back to the old Dutch settlers, were close to royalty. Workingmen even… Source link

October in New England means apples, pumpkins, cranberries, and the busiest time of year for Salem, where Halloween is celebrated all month long. Ahead, discover six New England towns worth visiting this month. We’re talking cranberry cookies, pie, granola, bread, and freshly-pressed cranberry juice. Yes, that’s a lot of cranberries. You can also watch harvesting
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