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Do you flush your contact lenses? Here's why you should stop
"What we found out is that about one in five users disposes of the contact lenses by throwing them into the bathroom sink or in the toilet," lead author Rolf Halden, director of the university's Center for Environmental Health Engineering, said Monday ...
Here's What Happens When You Flush Contact Lenses Down the Toilet (and Why You Shouldn't)Live Science
Why You Should Not Flush Your Contact Lens Down The Toilet Or SinkForbes
How contact lenses contribute to plastic pollutionAxios
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Tue, 21 Aug 2018 00:11:17 GMT


Sources: NFL to revise helmet-rule teaching video
Amid confusion and angst about the new helmet-contact rule, the NFL is having daily dialogue about the application in preseason games, league sources told ESPN. The league will also assemble an updated video tutorial that will be distributed to game ...
Report: NFL Updating Video Tutorial on New Helmet Contact RuleSports Illustrated

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Mon, 20 Aug 2018 18:02:17 GMT

Roll Call

Dems Want to Know If Bolton Told White House About Contact With Alleged Spy
Roll Call
Top Democrats on the House Oversight Committee want to know if National Security Adviser John Bolton told the White House about his reported contact with alleged Russian spy Maria Butina before he was appointed by President Trump. Bolton appeared ...
John Bolton's Curious Appearance In A Russian Gun Rights VideoNPR

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Mon, 20 Aug 2018 19:53:57 GMT


Flushed Contact Lenses Are Polluting Our Oceans
If you're one of the millions of Americans flushing your contact lenses down the toilet or sink, listen up. Researchers found that the plastic moves through sewage, slips into and pollutes our oceans and can be traced in the food we consume.

Mon, 20 Aug 2018 18:43:48 GMT

Eric Lindros Clarifies Suggested Drastic Rule Change to Eliminate Body Contact
Bleacher Report
At a concussion symposium in London, Ontario, Lindros suggested it might be wise for leagues to consider implementing rules eliminating body contact altogether, per the National Post's Michael Traikos: "Let's get right to it. You talk about me playing.

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Mon, 20 Aug 2018 16:35:35 GMT

Tampa Bay Times (blog)

Bucs now have Men in Black, injured players with no-contact jerseys
Tampa Bay Times (blog)
Stewart and Whitehead wore black jerseys, signifying that they were to have no contact. "The black jerseys are for guys that can practice but they can't get hit," coach Dirk Koetter explained. "We have other guys that were not in black jerseys but they ...