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In the 10/05/2022 edition:

Beset by Drought, a West Texas Farmer Loses His Cotton Crop and Fears a Hotter and Drier Future State Water Planners Aren’t Considering

Climate change is helping fuel the drought, but the state’s political leaders won’t take global warming into account in their water management. “Climate change has become politicized,” says Texas State Climatologist John Nielsen-Gammon.

Richard Gaona has lived in the small town of Roby, Texas, his entire life. Growing up helping his father on their cotton farm, it seemed only natural when Gaona decided to expand their operations after high school.



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Lung Cancer in Nonsmokers? Study Identifies Air Pollution as a Trigger

Researchers have discovered how tiny particles from fossil fuel emissions exploit a gene mutation to promote the growth of cancer.

The cough just wouldn’t go away.



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