Furbo Treat Tossing HD Dog Camera with 2-way audio at $134 shipped (Reg. $200)

Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest deals and more. Sign-up for our newsletters and have our best offers delivered to your inbox daily. Today only, as part of its Black Friday Deals, Furbo via Amazon is now offering its Treat Tossing Dog Camera for $133.99 shipped. Originally $250, it regularly sells for $200 at Amazon and is now at the best price we have tracked in over a year. Not only can you toss a treat to your pets remotely, but also keep a close eye on them via the full HD Wi-Fi cam that also supports 2-way audio. All controlled through the companion iOS/Android app, it also has a handy bark sensor so you know when your pets start making noise. Rated 4+ stars from over 3,800 Amazon customers. More details below. You might as well score some treats to put inside of Furbo too. Fortunately, Amazon is currently offering 30% off both dog and cat treats with prices stating from just $6 Prime shipped. Brands include Pedigree, Cesar, Temptations and more. Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest deals and more. Sign-up for our newsletters and have our best offers delivered to your inbox daily. Amazon – the best deals on just about anything from Bluetooth s...

Giuliani Considered Taking on Ukraine’s Top Prosecutor as a Client while Pushing for Biden Investigation

Giuliani Considered Taking on Ukraine’s Top Prosecutor as a Client while Pushing for Biden Investigation Giuliani Considered Taking on Ukraine’s Top Prosecutor as a Client while Pushing for Biden Investigation The Trump administration is considering a rule that would require doctors and hospitals to disclose the rates they negotiate with insurance companies, a step toward establishing something that is sorely wanting in the U.S. health-care market: prices. Milton Friedman famously described the four ways you can spend money. You can: 1. spend your own money on yourself; 2. spend someone else’s money on yourself; 3. spend your own money on someone else; 4. spend someone else’s money on someone else. No. 1 is usually the most efficient model, because when you spend your own money on yourself you have powerful incentives to monitor both cost and quality. But when it comes to health care, we almost always use one of the other models, which creates different incentives, often bad ones: We love spending other people’s money on ourselves (No. 2) and don’t pay much attention to the cost when doing so, hence the difficulty of reducing Medicaid expenditures and other medical benefits. (I...

Eighteen months into the trade battle with President Donald Trump, China has come to terms that

Eighteen months into the trade battle with President Donald Trump, China has come to terms that it’s fighting a forever war as conflicts have spread well beyond trade. China is preparing for a battle that could be as long as the U.S.-Japan trade war in the 1980s that lasted more than a decade, according to Yi Xiong, China economist at Deutsche Bank. “We think China is neither aiming to quickly reach a trade deal, nor trying to hit back at the U.S. as hard as it can,” Xiong said in a note Wednesday. “China’s current strategy likely has a long time horizon embedded in it. The time horizon may also go beyond the life cycle of the current U.S. administration.” While China will remain open to further negotiations, it’s less likely to make concessions given its effort to diversify its supply chain, the economist said. China is accelerating efforts in other countries to reduce its reliance on the U.S. The official newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party, the People’s Daily, on Sunday published several articles about China’s improving cooperation with other countries including Thailand, Japan, South Korea and Latin America. The coun...

Global Cardboard Box Erector Market Regional Forecast 2019 – Wexxar, Itw Loveshaw, A-B-C Packaging, Tecnobox, Tmg Impianti

The Global Cardboard Box Erector Market report offers the majority of the latest and newest industry data that covers the overall market situation along with future prospects for Cardboard Box Erector market around the globe. The research study includes significant data and also forecasts of the global market which makes the research report a helpful resource for marketing people, analysts, industry executives, consultants, sales and product managers, and other people who are in  need of major industry data in a ready-to-access format along with clear presentation of graphs and tables. Get an exclusive focus on successive complete report sample @ www.marketresearchstore.com/report/global-cardboard-box-erector-market-report-2019-539631#RequestSample Overview of the Report: The Cardboard Box Erector Market Report 2019 contains all the essential points regarding the market. The details included in the report are listed below: Leading Industry Players in the Cardboard Box Erector market: Wexxar, Itw Loveshaw, A-B-C Packaging, Tecnobox, Tmg Impianti, Yuanxu Packing(Shanghai) Machinery, Gurki Packaging Machine, Bortolin Kemo, Jaepack, Prosystem Packaging, Panotec, Siat, lantech, Loves...

KayLynn Roberts-McMurrayA blast was launched during a tour of the Gold Rock Mine Project. These blasts

KayLynn Roberts-McMurrayA blast was launched during a tour of the Gold Rock Mine Project. These blasts happen regularly. The Bureau of Land Management Ely District, issued the Record of Decision for GRP Gold Rock, LLC’s Gold Rock Mine Project in rural eastern Nevada in September of last year.  The Gold Rock Mine Project’s construction and operation of the project will result in about 3,901 acres of authorized disturbance, which is located entirely on public land administered by the BLM. The project is located in the White Pine Mining District in White Pine County, about 50 miles west of Ely, and 30 miles southeast from Eureka, Nevada.  Andy Britton, vice president and general manager for Fiore’s Gold Mine in White Pine County led The Ely Times on a tour of the mine.  Safety is the first thing that is discussed, as we enter a mine truck, honking the horn before the ignition is turned, before the truck is placed in drive, and anytime the truck is parked or moved.   “We are not only the safest but we are one of the cleanest mines,” Britton said, explaining that cleanliness and ensuring things are picked up are one of his obsessions.  The mine is like a small well-tuned operation i...

Biomanufacturing of organ-specific tissues with high cellular density and embedded vascular channels

Engineering organ-specific tissues for therapeutic applications is a grand challenge, requiring the fabrication and maintenance of densely cellular constructs composed of ~108 cells/ml. Organ building blocks (OBBs) composed of patient-specific–induced pluripotent stem cell–derived organoids offer a pathway to achieving tissues with the requisite cellular density, microarchitecture, and function. However, to date, scant attention has been devoted to their assembly into 3D tissue constructs. Here, we report a biomanufacturing method for assembling hundreds of thousands of these OBBs into living matrices with high cellular density into which perfusable vascular channels are introduced via embedded three-dimensional bioprinting. The OBB matrices exhibit the desired self-healing, viscoplastic behavior required for sacrificial writing into functional tissue (SWIFT). As an exemplar, we created a perfusable cardiac tissue that fuses and beats synchronously over a 7-day period. Our SWIFT biomanufacturing method enables the rapid assembly of perfusable patient- and organ-specific tissues at therapeutic scales. The ability to construct whole organs for therapeutic use remains a daunting ch...

Hey, reader! While you’re here to see celebs’ winter accessories, check out our favorite gloves inspired

Hey, reader! While you’re here to see celebs’ winter accessories, check out our favorite gloves inspired by the photos below. In any Glamour story featuring a shopping bag icon, you can instantly shop a selection of related products, curated by us. Check out our picks to your left on desktop and right on mobile. Happy shopping! Too many times last winter I’d leave my house completely layered up but missing one crucial piece: gloves. And the results were horrific—numb hands, literally shaking, as I walked to the subway. When it rained, I was twice as miserable. Each time it happened I’d think, Remember your gloves next time, but my forgettable gloves were such an afterthought, the message never went through. I’m determined for things to be different this winter, and I’m starting my style revolution by buying some gloves I’ll actually be excited to wear. I’m going for bold prints, bright colors, interesting fabrications—anything that will make the gloves look intentional instead of like something I grabbed off the floor of the coat closet without turning the light on. The celebrities below all have strong glove game, so they’re my inspirat...

In a Boulder barbershop bursting with the buzz of hair clippers and boisterous conversation, a baby

In a Boulder barbershop bursting with the buzz of hair clippers and boisterous conversation, a baby sat on the floor, swinging in an automatic rocker while his mother, Holly DeHoog, then 37, worked her scissors. Even while working six-day weeks, DeHoog couldn’t afford childcare, so she, the customers and her baby had to make do. DeHoog is one of many working-class residents overlooked by the shiny, affluent version of Boulder represented in the media. Despite the positive press, in 2017 Boulder had a 21.58% poverty rate compared to the 12.3% average United States poverty rate of the same year. These residents work increasing hours to afford Boulder while others have been forced to move elsewhere. According to City of Boulder spokesperson Margo Aldrich, only about 37% of city workers live in Boulder. Since 1978, DeHoog has made ends meet by cutting hair. After divorcing her first husband, DeHoog went to beauty school to provide for her son. By 38, she was supporting two biological sons and her adopted niece all by herself.  DeHoog’s white, loosely curled hair is cut into a bob with brown streaks framing her face, decorated with lines and spots collected over her 66 years. “I kind...

Huel sharpens focus on US market: ‘We’re thinking America first’ Menu Back to Back to Back to Back to Back to Back to Send Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on LinkedIn Send contact Email to a friend Facebook Twitter Linkedin Tip a friend

Related tags: Huel function sanitize_gpt_value2(gptValue) { var vOut=”"; var aTags = gptValue.split(‘,’); var reg = new RegExp(‘\W+’, “g”); for (var i=0; i < aTags.length; i++) { vOut += aTags[i].trim().replace(reg, '-').substring(0,40); if(i!=(aTags.length-1)) vOut +=', '; } vOut = vOut.toLowerCase(); return vOut; } $(document).ready(function() { dataLayerNews = {}; dataLayerNews.related_tags = sanitize_gpt_value2("Huel"); dataLayer.push(dataLayerNews); }); “Our first year (2017) in the US we did $10m, last year we did $19m, and this year we’re on track to do about $27m,”​ Hearn told FoodNavigator-USA.  Available in over 80 countries including its home UK market, Hearn said that the company is placing an increased focus on the US market by expanding teams in its New York and LA offices and launching new products in the US first. “In the past we’ve been very focused on the UK and Europe, but we want to a better job in America, so we’re thinking America first,”​ Hearn said. Huel’s ready-to-drink (RTD) chocolate beverage flavor​​, for example, was launched last week in the US f...

35 Kitchen Products That’ll Basically Pay For Themselves

We hope you love the products we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication. Ethylene gas–absorbing apples for anyone tired of fresh produce spoiling before they can use it — the company claims these’ll save the average household up to $600 per year. They can keep produce fresher for two to three times longer. Each packet inside the Bluapple lasts three months, and you can order replacement packets as needed. Promising review: “This product works so much better than I thought it would! Worth every penny. The little ethylene gas (produce lets off this gas and it speeds up it’s demise) absorbing packet goes into the apple and you just toss it in your product drawer. Easy peasy! This pack comes with two apples and enough packets to last a full year. I have had strawberries last over a week in the drawer (no fuzzy mold or squishy spots). This has resulted in less waste and I am sure that they have more than paid for themselves in food savings in just a couple of months. So glad I gave these a try.” —Lisa C. Promising review: “My d...

Global Activated Carbon Air Filters Market Insights 2019: Camfil, Columbus Industries, Flanderscorp, DencoHappel, GVS

The global “Activated Carbon Air Filters Market” is one amongst the enormously classified markets. The global Activated Carbon Air Filters market report offers information related to import and export, along with the current business chain in the market at the global level. It also delivers a plan regarding the expansion of supply and demand of the generated products and offering services compared with the key market players Camfil, Columbus Industries, Flanderscorp, DencoHappel, GVS, AAC Eurovent, TROX, Permatron, Air Filters, Dri-Eaz of the Activated Carbon Air Filters market globally. Apply here for the sample copy of the report @: www.99strategy.biz/request-for-sample.html?repid=45924 A deep investigation of the Activated Carbon Air Filters market depends on global patterns, which have been recently incorporated into the study, is also included in the report. Furthermore, The report presents a detailed segmentation Galvanized Carbon Filter, Aluminum Carbon Filter, Plastic Frame Carbon Filter, Other, Market Trend by Application Automotive, Industrial, Residential, Commercial, Other of the global market based on technology, product type, application, and various p...

Another brewery opens on Vashon Island – Camp Colvos Brewing

Introducing Camp Colvos Brewing, a new brewery that recently opened its taproom on Vashon Island. The brewery is located down the road a spell, but the taproom is right in the heart of the village (AKA, “downtown” Vashon) just a couple blocks south of Vashon Brewing‘s taproom. Also, meet Clint Brownlee, a guest contributor here on the Washington Beer Blog. Matt Lawrence didn’t have time to run a brewery. He had a day job, a family, and the minor everyday complications inherent with living on an island. Still, he felt compelled to devote any slice of free time he could find to brewing. For years. Now with his Camp Colvos Brewing leasing three spaces on Vashon Island and residents flocking to its just-opened Campsite taproom (in a former pizza restaurant), he continues to maintain a career in commercial janitorial services, shuttle his family to school and extracurricular functions, and keep a handle on everyday logistical challenges. But thanks to a little bit (or a whole lot) of help from friends, he now contemplates a day when his brewery becomes his day job. The seeds for CCB, as Lawrence and his crew call it, were sowed several years ago, when he started a club for beer-thirs...

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