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Today is Bell Let’s Talk Day. For every view of this video ?, Bell will donate 5¢ towards Canadian mental health initiatives. Watch now and retweet this post to help us spread the word! #BellLetsTalk 

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“I know progress does not come fast enough, it never has,” Biden said. “The process of governing is frustrating, and sometimes dispiriting. But I also know what's possible if we keep the pressure up, if we never give up, we keep the faith.” via @NBCNews 

Important #ThursdayThoughts : Blood donors are the key to saving the lives of patients with sickle cell. #TeamUp4SickleCell  Learn why and how you can help:

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Johnson & Johnson preps for first CAR-T launch with a new patient support program, a dedicated sales team and more

Sue Baird is holding up her lovely #NOSB  @USDA_AMS  service plaque. Thank you Sue for your five years of service and your commitment to #organic .

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What are the Organic Trade Association's plans for advancing climate-smart priorities in #organic ? Check out our recent white paper: #NOSB  #climate 

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How do you peel your peaches? #NOSB  unanimously votes to RENEW the restricted allowance of Potassium Hydroxide for use in organic handling. Prohibited for use in lye peeling of fruits & veggies except for peeling peaches #pHadjuster  #cleaningagent  #poultryscaldagent  #thickener 

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Our broken food system is destroying ecosystems vital to protecting biodiversity and the global climate. We must switch to a sustainable, ecological food system that is healthy, affordable and doesn’t come at the cost of the planet.

@DrMikeRyan  explains how medical products, including #COVID19  vaccines, are assessed for potential WHO Emergency Use Listing ⬇️

To health care workers of the world: ❤ Thank you for working round the clock to fight the #COVID19  pandemic. ❤ Thank you for the difference you are making, every day and everywhere.

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Children and the elderly are the ones most affected by the smoke from the fires in the Amazon. In the city of Porto Velho, there was a 50% increase in the number of children visiting the hospital, compared to January, when there aren’t fires in the region.

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