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Business Insider 07/19/2019 11:59
Two-thirds of the United States is bracing for a massive heat wave, which could produce temperatures. above 100 degrees Fahrenheit. That heat isn't just uncomfortable. The warming has serious effects on people's physical health, mental well-being, and cognitive ability. In the US, heat waves are the deadliest form of extreme weather. Tens of millions of Americans are bracing for brutal temperatures this weekend as a massive heat wave . On the East Coast, temperatures are expected to top 100 degrees Fahrenheit, and in the Midwest, temperatures could climb past 110 degrees. That heat is more than just uncomfortable. It could also prove to be deadly. When are bodies are exposed to extreme temperatures, we become more susceptible to exhaustion a.
Printing Impressions 07/19/2019 11:54
On this episode of The Week that Was, Quad plans to close Mich. plant; a federal judge rejects the request for an expedited trial regarding the proposed Quad/LSC M&A deal; Nosco becomes the first U.S. printer to adopt a complete HP Indigo packaging portfolio; and Bill Farquharson gives some advice before your big sales call.

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