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Today I’m sharing twelve fun books for letter S!

Hurray! We’re on our last letter of the week book list ! Now you can find a great list of favorite picture books for every letter of the alphabet. Whether or not you doLetter of the Week, these lists are helpfulfor choosing books for your next library trip or even planning birthday or Christmas gifts.

On to the list!

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by Don and Audrey Wood

The Little Mouse, the Red Ripe Strawberry, and the Big Hungry Bear ,

This is one of those adorable books that you should really have on your bookshelf. The narrator is speaking to an excited mouse who has found a beautiful red strawberry. But he must find a way to hide it so the big hungry bear won’t get it. Burying it, locking it up, and disguising the strawberrywon’t work. What is the little mouse to do?

Go! Go! Go! Stop! by Charise Mericle Harper

Go! Go! Go! Stop!

Little Green rolls into town and says his first word: “Go!” He finds a place to sit (the top of a traffic light), and construction begins at a furious pace at Little Green’s direction. But what happens when the construction vehicles need to stop? Thankfully, Little Red rolls into town. This book marks the first time my Two (almost three) found a word in a book and wanted to read it on every page. It’s easy to do, with the word “go” in bold green and “stop” in bright red. Fun story!

You Are Not Small , by Anna Kang

You Are Not Small

This is one of my new favorite books for beginning readers, and it’s a great read aloud too. Two creatures can’t agree on who is tall and big, until some surprise guests drop in andsettle the issue. I’m in love with the bright, expressive drawings and the simple text. Highly recommended!

Scaredy Squirrel , by Melanie Watt

Scaredy Squirrel

Scaredy Squirrel is a nervouslittle guy who is perfectly comfortable staying in his tree all day. He’s just not ready to facethe dangers that lurk in the great unknown (germs, martians, killer bees, sharks….).

One day, when he accidentally leaves the comfort of his nut tree, Scaredy discovers there’s more to the outside world than he thought. This book is absolutely hilarious and a favorite at our house. All the Scaredy Squirrel books are great, but younger preschoolers might not appreciate all the funny captions and text. If your child isn’t ready for this book, save it for another year or so.

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The accuracy of different methods for the quantitation of hepatitis C virus in plasma was measured with samples from individuals infected with different genotypes and by using RNA transcripts of predetermined concentrations. Highly reproducible results were observed upon repeat testing of samples by both the original version of the Chiron branched-DNA (bDNA) assay (Quantiplex RNA assay; bDNA-1) and the currently available version (Quantiplex HCV RNA 2.0 assay; bDNA-2). A greater variability was observed in the Roche Monitor assay (correlation coefficient of 0.537, compared with 0.942 and 0.964 for the bDNA-1 and bDNA-2 assays, respectively). Significant differences in the efficiency of detection of genotypes 1, 2, and 3 were observed for the bDNA-1 and Roche Monitor assays, whereas the bDNA-2 assay and nested PCR at limiting dilution were able to quantify genotypes with equal sensitivity. By quantifying RNA transcripts of different genotypes, the sensitivities of the Roche Monitor assay for sequences of the type 2 and type 3 transcripts were estimated to be 11 and 8% of those achieved for genotype 1. When correction factors based upon these results and those from quantitation of circulating viral RNA sequences in samples from blood donors were used, the genotype-specific differences in virus load in samples from blood donors were no longer observed, consistent with previous studies with corrected values from the bDNA-1 assay. These results suggest that many of the previous studies evaluating the effect of genotype and virus load on the response to interferon using methods such as the Roche Monitor assay and other competitive PCR methods require reinterpretation. Differences in efficiency of quantitation should be taken into account in future investigations of the relationship between genotype and virus load.

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BACKGROUND: Hepatitis G virus (HGV or GBV-C) is a newly discovered human flavivirus distantly related to hepatitis C virus (HCV). Little information is available on its natural history or routes of transmission, although it can be transmitted parenterally. We investigated the prevalence of persistent infection of HGV and HCV in patients exposed to non-virus-inactivated pooled blood products associated with transmission of HCV. METHODS: RNA was extracted from the plasma of 112 patients with haemophilia and 57 with hypogammaglobulinaemia, as well as from 64 different batches of archived coagulation-factor concentrates and immunoglobulins. RNA was reverse transcribed and amplified with primers from the 5' non-coding region of HCV and HGV by a nested polymerase chain reaction (PCR). Viral RNA was quantified by titration of complementary DNA before amplification. FINDINGS: Among non-renumerated UK blood donors HGV infection (detected by PCR) was more common than HCV infection (four [3.2%] of 125 compared with 137 [0.076%] of 180658 in southeast Scotland). Testing of batches of factor VIII and factor IX concentrates prepared without viral inactivation procedures showed high frequencies of contamination with HGV (16 of 17 factor VIII batches positive; six of six factor IX batches positive), with no difference between renumerated and non-renumerated donors. However, among 95 haemophiliacs who had received non-virus-inactivated concentrates, 13 (14%) were positive for HGV compared with 79 (83%) who were positive for HCV. Two of 37 recipients of long-term immunoglobulin replacement therapy were positive for HGV. Virus inactivation of blood products substantially reduced or eliminated contamination by HGV RNA sequences. INTERPRETATION: Despite the extremely high level of HGV contamination of non-virus-inactivated blood products, their use was not associated with high rates of persistent infection in recipients. The infectivity of HGV in blood products may be lower than that of HCV, or the virus may be less able to establish persistent infection in humans. Whatever the case, the high prevalence of active HGV infection in the general population remains difficult to explain.

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Send2Press Construction and Building Energy project with Energy Optimizers, USA, nets Monroe Local Schools more than $75,000 in cost savings
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TIPP CITY, Ohio, March 13, 2018 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Just one year after completing a project to reduce its energy consumption, Monroe Local Schools has surpassed projections for cost savings, Energy Optimizers, USA found.

In 2016, the district engaged Energy Optimizers, USA, to replace all of its interior and exterior lighting with LED systems. The project also included the installation of HVAC controls and a high-efficiency boiler at the district’s 2–12 building.

The district anticipated saving approximately $74,000 annually, but an analysis has found the savings exceeded $75,000 in the first year. Electrical consumption is down 18.6 percent and fuel usage is down 17.4 percent. The savings are normalized for weather.

The savings will continue to build annually by reducing both energy demand and maintenance costs. That’s because LED lighting uses an average of 60 percent less energy and lasts five times longer than the systems that were replaced.

“These relatively simple and straightforward investments in energy efficiency have yielded a tremendous savings, which is critical as we balance the needs of our fast-growing student population with limited resources,” said Monroe Local Schools Superintendent Phil Cagwin. “At the same time, we have improved our learning environments with higher-quality lighting, better air quality and more comfortable classroom temperatures.”

The majority of the work was funded through the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission’s House Bill 264 program, enabling the district to make these cost-cutting improvements at no expense to taxpayers while ensuring the guaranteed savings of the project are met or exceeded.

“This is a great story for Monroe Local Schools, its staff and students, and the community it serves,” said Greg Smith, president of Energy Optimizers, USA. “By making fiscally sound investments in the future, the district has redirected dollars from the utility companies to its classrooms, where they will have the most impact.”

About Energy Optimizers, USA:

Energy Optimizers, USA works with educational, governmental, commercial and industrial customers to implement energy savings opportunities to reduce operational costs, including lighting retrofits, renewable energy projects (wind and solar), HVAC retrofit projects, building automation retrofits and energy education programs. The company was named to the INC. Magazine Top 500 list of fastest growing companies in the U.S. (2014), was named the Fastest Growing Company in the region for two consecutive years by the Dayton Business Journal (2013, 2014), and was named a finalist in the Dayton Business Journal Best Places To Work competition in 2016.

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Author: Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research

Reduce your risk of infections, disease and overdose.

You and safer injecting

Injecting is the riskiest way to use drugs. Some of the risks are related to using needles. Other risks are related to the type of drugs that go in the needles. Here are things you can do to reduce those risks.

Know your dealer It’s best to choose someone you feel safe with, who is experienced and who knows about the drugs they sell.

Know your dealer

Find a buddy Or use overdose prevention or supervised consumption sites. Using alone means no one will be there to help you if you overdose.

Find a buddy

Find a safe, quiet place Being relaxed and not in a hurry can make injecting easier and therefore safer.

Find a safe, quiet place

Clean your hands and the injection site Use soap and water to wash your hands and wipe the injection site with an alcohol swab. This will help prevent germs from going into your blood.

Clean your hands and the injection site

Be prepared for overdose If you choose to use alone, ask someone to check on you. Have naloxone on hand.

Be prepared for overdose

Your neck is the riskiest place to inject.

Rotating your injection site can reduce your risk of infection.

Abscesses can happen anywhere on the body, not just where you inject.

Use a sterile, disposable cooker (spoon) to mix and heat the drug Avoid re-using and sharing cookers since this can lead to contamination and infection.

Use a sterile, disposable cooker (spoon) to mix and heat the drug

Use as small an amount as possible of acidic solution It’s best to use vitamin C packs. Avoid lemon juice and vinegar because they damage veins.

Use as small an amount as possible of acidic solution

Use a clean capped needle for mixing and dissolving Uncapped needle tips can be damaged if used for mixing.

Use a clean capped needle for mixing and dissolving

Use sterile water, if possible Or boil tap water for five minutes and then let it cool.

Use sterile water, if possible

Plump up the vein with a warm compress Heat makes it easier to see and use a vein.

Plump up the vein with a warm compress
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