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The ‘ghost’ moth of the Sierra de Zapalinamé

Through the Naturalista MX platform, rangers and 'citizen scientists' helped researchers describe a new species that inhabits the Sierra Madre Oriental of Coahuila and Nuevo León. When Ivonne Garzón dissected the moth she was holding in her hands, she thought she had done something wrong. He couldn't find the parts that he usually sees in the reproductive system of these insects. The specimen, collected in the sierra shared by Coahuila and Nuevo León, was very different from what she knew.

A powdered melon juice to help the peasants

Ana Paola always wanted to study a career that would help her save the world. And her world, as a child, was the farms and fields of fruit and vegetables that abound in the Comarca Lagunera. Sometimes the heat was so strong that a slice of melon, or water from this fruit, refreshed the moment next to dad.
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NCDHHS Announces New Online Bed Registry

Hundreds of people in North Carolina each day are waiting inside hospital emergency departments for behavioral health care. One reason is that a real-time list of operational beds isn’t available, which makes it difficult to connect people in emergency departments to care in more appropriate settings. To address the growing behavioral health crisis, the NC Department of Health and Human Services is today launching a new tool to help hospitals and other providers quickly find an open bed where people can get the behavioral health treatment they deserve.
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