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Horseshoe crabs are remarkable animals, beautiful in their weirdness. These “living fossils” evolved 450 million years ago and have lived through at least five mass extinctions fatal to the majority of multicellular lifeforms on Earth. Sea-dwelling relatives of spiders, horseshoe crabs can lay millions of eggs, have four pairs of eyes, and (importantly to us)…

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Another Wholesale Grocery Opens to the Public

Wholesale suppliers that normally deliver pallets of pasta and boxes of beef to commercial kitchens have also been hit hard during the coronavirus pandemic. Their clients include closed businesses and institutions like restaurants, caterers and clubs. The Chefs’ Warehouse in Ridgefield, Conn., is the latest wholesale grocer to open its inventory to the public. (Baldor…

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Should I Make My Own Mask?

To mask or not to mask? For the past few months, public health officials have advised that healthy people should not wear masks as a way to protect themselves from coronavirus. But as we learn more about the virus, more experts are challenging the official guidance and saying that there is probably some benefit to…

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