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Because the virus affects the respiratory system, researchers have rushed to study the potential association between mortality rates and air pollution.
NEW RESEARCH SHOWS DISPROPORTIONATE RATE OF CORONAVIRUS DEATHS IN POLLUTED AREASBY LYLLA YOUNES, PROPUBLICA, AND SARA SNEATHSEPTEMBER 11, 2020PROPUBLICA
The association of cannabis with crimes, and by extension social stigma, is actually an import from the US.
That means creating positive associations by putting it on and taking it off multiple times in a row while giving them treats, and buckling them in during meals and playtime.
“It’s the parenting groups, the school parents’ associations — people who would never usually talk about vaccines, but now they are absolutely engaged,” Johnson says.
In a May survey of 3,800 restaurants, the association found that 78% of operators who were selling alcohol to go had brought back laid-off employees, compared to 62% of operators overall.
The study was based on data from a June 2020 survey conducted by the American Distilling Institute, a trade association for craft distillers, with feedback from nearly 300 distilleries across all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
In the old days, sports leagues stayed as far as they could from Las Vegas, fearful of any association with even legal sports betting.
Facial recognition technology has widespread effects through its association with broad surveillance and massive stores of photographs.
To address these challenges, and push back on Google and Apple, leading ad industry associations and companies launched a standards initiative Tuesday.
For instance, if you have a food shop, your “About Us” page is the perfect place to mention the association of your shop in the supply of food in events in your city.

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