Daily Archives: July 6, 2018

Eating Nuts Can Boost Male Fertility, Study Finds « Detroit News Watch

Spain (CBS Local) – A study has found that eating nuts each day can provide a big boost to men hoping to become fathers in the future. Researchers from the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology have discovered that eating about two handfuls of nuts daily can improve male fertility in several ways. “Including nuts in a regular diet significantly improved ...

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Baseball Rolls On « Detroit News Watch

Philadelphia Phillies vs. Pittsburgh PiratesFriday, July 6, 2018, 7:05 pm ET PITTSBURGH -105 Current Phillies are 3 for 27 against Trevor Williams, who gets the nod for the Pirates in Friday’s series opener. The Phillies have won only one of Nick Pivetta’s last seven starts. Back the hosts at this nice price. SportsLine Expert: Larry Hartstein (64-51 in last 115 ...

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Surge in Illegal California Pot Shops Undercuts Legal Market « Detroit News Watch

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A slight marijuana smell wafted out as a steady stream of customers walked into a warehouse, its doors and windows covered by bars. Suddenly, police swooped in. “Sheriff’s department! Search warrant!” a Los Angeles County deputy shouted as the team thundered through the front door and began hauling out people in handcuffs. The Compton 20 Cap ...

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‘Censor’ Has it in for ‘Fifty Shades,’ but Probably Not Because the Movies Suck –  Deadline Detroit

Two famous parents and acting classes, for this? (Screen capture) One person’s censorship is another’s quality control. Or maybe it’s just censorship-via-sabotage. Whatever you want to call it, an unknown party or parties at the Berkley library hides DVDs of the “Fifty Shades” trilogy o’ crap, along with “Eyes Wide Shut” and “Jerusalem,” a documentary, the ...

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Border Authorities Find Invasive Beetles in Bag of Seeds at Detroit Metro Airport « Detroit News Watch

ROMULUS (AP) — A woman traveling from Iraq to a Detroit-area airport was found to be carrying seeds infested with an invasive beetle. U.S. Customs and Border Protection says in a release Thursday that agriculture specialists discovered the Khapra beetles Nov. 23 at Detroit Metropolitan Airport in Romulus. They were in a bag of seeds the woman planned to sow ...

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