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NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY

A North Dakota potato breeder brings in a speaker from Wyoming who has trained a dog to detect potato virus diseases using their nose.
Foodborne illness cases tend to increase in summer months.
Every year about 5 million people are diagnosed with skin cancer.
Barney Geddes has been received New Innovator in Food & Agriculture Research Award from the Foundation for Food & Agriculture Research.

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Richard Zollinger, a long-time North Dakota State University Extension Service weed scientist, has been honored by the Western Society of Weed Science in their Fellows Awards. He was an innovator in the Wide World of Weeds annual conferences and was known for his study of dicamba herbicide drift issues.
Growing your own herbs makes it easy to add flavor during food preparation.
Follow food safety tips to protect your guests from foodborne illness.
“Sleep hygiene” is the name given to habits that help promote sleep.
Scaglia was recently named the head of NDSU's animal science department.
Regular physical activity and good nutrition are important for brain health.

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Eggs can provide a nutritious start to your day.
North Dakota State University's Pre-Vet Club hosted a camp for children interested in becoming a veterinarian.
Certain risk factors could be linked with colon cancer.

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