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“Before this information spreads further, we want people with asthma to know how important it is to only use their prescribed asthma treatments in their nebulizers,” Carver said in an email.
A now-deactivated TikTok account titled “h202therapy” showed a video of a child on a nebulizer with a caption suggesting hydrogen peroxide was being used, Carver said.
Carver said it seems like everybody in Adair County, population 18,656, knew of someone who died at Summit Manor.
Her supervisor accused her of slacking and, Carver said, told her to come in.
Even after his death in 1943 at the age of 78, Carver continued to break barriers.
To make tradition-bound farmers realize the larger economic benefits of such crops, Carver began to look for other uses.
Carver was an agricultural and industrial pioneer—in more ways than one.
The world Carver left was still a hungry one—if substantially less so.
As his reputation grew, Carver emerged as a public barnstormer for better practices.
Up and to read a little, and by and by the carver coming, I directed him how to make me a neat head for my viall that is making.Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete|Samuel Pepys
This is Carver's version, who, however, confounds it with another contiguous island.The Indian in his Wigwam|Henry R. Schoolcraft
Carver sprang to his feet, tore the cigar from Peter Gross's mouth, and hurled it at the fireplace with his own.
It was inevitable that Carver should undervalue moral suasion; a military man, he recognized only the arbitrament of brute force.
Both Carver and Peter Gross understood that he was designating how much longer the shadow must grow.
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George Washington Carver played a central role in revitalizing Southern agriculture after the Civil War, when Southern farms produced ever smaller cotton crops. His promotion of crop rotation methods helped to restore Southern farmlands, which had been depleted by the exclusive cultivation of cotton. Carver also introduced two new crops, peanuts and sweet potatoes, that would produce well in Alabama soil. To make them economically beneficial to farmers, he developed 325 products from peanuts, including peanut butter, plastics, synthetic rubber, shaving cream, and paper. He also developed hundreds of other products from sweet potatoes and from dozens of other native plants, including soybeans and cotton. During his forty-seven years as head of the agriculture department at Tuskegee Institute in Alabama, he taught the importance of crop diversification and soil conservation. Carver also introduced movable schools that brought practical agricultural knowledge directly to farmers.