🌱 Adopting pets + Ski areas will need snow + Question about COVID-19 drugs

Happy Friday, Bedford! Here are the biggest things happening around Bedford today.

First, today’s weather forecast:

Partly sunny and warm today. High: 68 Low: 45.

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Here are the top stories in Bedford today:

  1. Jthousands of dogs, cats and pets are for adoption to the area shelterslike a 3 year old female tortico cat at the Dragster Foundation in Manchester. This gentle, calm and loving cat likes to hide under the covers when taking a nap during the day. She snuggles up with a cat named Felix who she has bonded with. There are many more pets with a story to share that need a loving home. You can read more about this story here: (Bedford Patch)
  2. from New Hampshire ski industry will face an extraordinary challenge in our lifetime. Climate scientists say that over the past few decades winters have changed in New England. Ski areas that already rely on snow guns keeping trails open may not be able to produce enough snow as winters get warmer and seasons get shorter. climatologist Jonathan Winterof Dartmouth University, said his latest research shows that over the next 80 years there will be a 50% decrease in snowfall. You can read the full story here: (WMUR)
  3. A invoice was adopted in the NOTNew Hampshire Home this allows pharmacists for deliver a controversial drug, ivermectin, to treat COVID-19. “A standing order” written by a doctor or nurse practitioner allows a pharmacist to dispense drugs “without an individual prescription”, said State R.ep. Leah Cushman, R-Wear. Ivermectin is an antiparasitic drug that has been the subject of political debate as a treatment for COVID-19 during the pandemic. Doctor and State Representative. Jerry KnirkD-Freedom, said there was “no credible evidence” that ivermectin is an effective treatment for COVID-19. Antiviral drugs approved in New Hampshire for COVID-19 treatment include Paxlovid and molnupiravir. You can read the full story here: (WMUR)

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