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Lagging Search Result for Original Report on Local News on Arlington Cardinal (Cardinal News) formerly ranked very high on breaking news reports, but has recently discovered lagging search results on breaking news reports using the Google search feature. articles have been discovered with better results on Bing.

With original reporting and original photos, was recently beaten by 57 other articles that ranked higher. The article on Monday morning in the 10 o'clock hour CST January 21, 2019 showed up on the sixth Google search results page

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The title for the Arlington Cardinal article is ...

Girl Dies After Snow Fort Collapses on Her at Church on College Dr, Arlington Heights

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The Arlington Cardinal article is an original article with the first original scene photos that were published regarding the incident, but fared poorly on Google search results.

The article on broke the story within 16 minutes of the press release from the Arlington Heights Police Department and was preceded by a breaking news article before the press release. The preceding article Two Girls Trapped, One Seriously Injured While Playing in Snow Pile That Collapsed at Church on College Drive, Arlington Heights preceded all other news media sources.

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In November 2019, converted to https for SSL security, but it is currently unknown if this is the reason for the lagging Google search results. An investigation is underway to determine why Arlington Cardinal is experiencing lagging search results on Google.

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low blood sugar and migraines - Google Search 

Excessive dieting, fasting, skipping meals, and exercising on an empty stomach can worsen conditions of hypoglycemia. Doctors can miss these factors when diagnosing the cause of headaches and migraines. Up to one-third of people have an aura before a migraine headache. A migraine is a short period (less than 50 minutes) of visual disturbance(s) that signals that the migraine headache will soon occur. Auras can bring on a feeling of dread because the patient can realize that a severe headache is coming. Occasionally, an aura is not followed by headache, and is not unpleasant at all. The headache may be pre-empted by immediate administration of a pain killer, such as Excedrin Extra Strength or Excedrin Migraine. The visual disturbance of an Aura can involve a kaleidoscope-like set of colorful visual effects or it can involve missing field of vision — like a part of the field of vision is folded away and not visible. Severe cases can also cause the inability to speak properly — difficulty connecting syllables. If headache follows,  the pain is unilateral, throbbing, and moderate-to-severe in intensity, and miserable. Nausea and vomiting may occur and in severe cases the victim is sensitive to light and sounds, and wants to withdraw to a quiet, dark room -- motivated to shorten the migraine and not have the migraine recur. The severe pain is usually followed by pain that reminds the person that damage occurred. For about two days following the migraine, the patient may experience ongoing minor pain, especially when the patient bends forward — as if the brain or blood volume affected by the weight of gravity causes aggravation of inflamed tissue following the migraine attack.

Migraines can be avoided by making sure severe or prolonged periods of hypoglycemia don't occur. Scientists are not sure what causes migraines, but it may be related to genetics, hypoglycemia and a variety of environmental factors — such as  

Hypoglycaemia - The Migraine Trust
Hypoglycaemic headaches and migraine. Fasting, eating high-sugar foods, dieting too rigorously, and skipping meals can all trigger, or make people more likely to have a headache or migraine. Even delayed or irregular meals can make a difference. This is usually due to people's blood-glucose levels falling too low.

The Connection Between Hypoglycemia and Headaches - Vanquish
Why Hypoglycemia Causes Headaches. Low blood glucose levels often cause headachesbecause of delayed, irregular, and unhealthy meals. These types of headaches can be accompanied by nausea, blurred vision, irritability, confusion, and fatigue.

Hypoglycemia and Headaches - Verywell Health › ... › Headaches › Causes & Risk Factors
Aug 1, 2018 - Learn about headaches caused by low blood sugar, called hypoglycemia, including how to treat and prevent them, and how they are linked to …

Sugar and Migraines: How Your Cravings Hurt - Migraine Again › Eat
Sep 21, 2018 - The Migraine Trust reports: "Fasting, eating high-sugar foods, dieting too rigorously, and skipping meals can all trigger, or make people more likely to have a headache or Migraine. Even delayed or irregular meals can make a difference. This is usually due to people's blood-glucose levels falling too low."

Does Low Blood Sugar Trigger Migraine Auras? - Headache and ... › Headache and Migraine
Apr 14, 2008 - "It seems as though when my blood sugar drops, I get an aura to a migraine. Is there a possible connection?"

Is Diabetes to Blame for Your Headache? - Healthline
Jump to Hypoglycemia - Hypoglycemia and headaches. Low blood glucose, or hypoglycemia, is defined as having blood sugar levels below 70 mg/dL.

Sugar Headache: Can Sugar Trigger or Treat a Headache? - Healthline
Jump to Hypoglycemia vs. hyperglycemia - Hypoglycemia is a condition caused by not having ...Low blood sugar may cause a general headache or even …

Hypoglycemia - National Headache Foundation
Oct 25, 2007 - This is a condition where the amount of sugar in the blood stream declines to a lowlevel, which produces symptoms. Relative hypoglycemia ...

tick patrick wharburton - Google Search

Maybe you first became familiar with actor Patrick Wharburton as the star in a series of TV commercials for National Car Rental. Maybe you've known him since the 10 episodes he appeared in Seinfeld as David Puddy — Elaine's not-so-bright boyfriend. But do you recognize him as The Tick — an unsuccessful Fox series about a comic book super hero. The season only lasted eight episodes. Wharburton has experienced much greater success starring as the character Lemony Snicket on A Series of Unfortunate Events—American black comedy-drama series from Netflix.

The Tick (2001 TV series) - Wikipedia
The Tick is an American sitcom based on the character Tick from the comic book of the same .... According to Patrick Warburton, The Tick performed poorly because Fox did not own the series as they did The Bernie Mac Show and 24, and ...
Original release‎: ‎November 8, 2001 – January ... No. of seasons‎: ‎1
No. of episodes‎: ‎9 (‎list of episodes‎) Production company(s)‎: ‎Sonnenfeld/Josephson ...
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Patrick Warburton Really Wanted To Play The Tick Again, Here's Why ...
Jan 24, 2017 - We've known for a while that Amazon's proposed reboot of The Tick would be moving forward to series. It's reportedly coming to the streaming …

The Tick (TV Series 2001–2002) - IMDb
Rating: 7.9/10 - ‎4,279 votes
Created by Ben Edlund. With Patrick Warburton, David Burke, Liz Vassey, Nestor Carbonell. The story of superhero The Tick, based on the popular comic book. The Tick: The Entire Series: Patrick Warburton, David ...
: The Tick: The Entire Series: Patrick Warburton, David Burke, Liz Vassey, Nestor Carbonell, William Newman, Charley Rossman, Maury Ginsberg, …

'The Tick': Patrick Warburton Will Cameo in New Amazon Series ...
Oct 6, 2016 - "The Tick" creator Ben Edlund reveals that original star Patrick Warburton will have a cameo in the Amazon series.

Patrick Warburton to Return to 'Tick'-Verse in Secret Role | Den of Geek › TV
Oct 8, 2016 - Patrick Warburton, who for the longest time has been the de facto surrogate for Edlund's character (he remains a producer on The Tick, ...

using an iphone with windows 10 - Google Search

Have Apple's new higher prices for Mac mini got you depressed? Apple customers used to be able to get an Apple iMac for $499. Now the minimum price for a Mac mini is $799. Plus you have to swallow another bitter pill. The size of the Solid State Drives are less than half the storage space of the traditional hard disks in the older Mac Mini units. In order to get 1 TB of SSD storage to match the storage of older units, you will have to pay out an extra $600. Higher prices have rocked their notebook world, too. The minimum price for a notebook is $1,199 for a MacBook Air. For about half the price of a MacBook, you can get a Dell notebook with a larger screen — and its a touchscreen, too. Apple has yet to make a touch screen available for any of its desktops or notebook computers. Plus, regarding the notebook comparison of Apple vs Windows, you get twice the Solid State Drive size — 256 GB vs 128 GB — with a Dell notebook. 

Since Microsoft is not developing a future for Windows 10 Mobile, the company is working on increased effort supporting interaction with its Windows desktops and notebooks. Fortunately, you can get your photos on a Windows notebook computer using the Photo app on Windows or by installing Apple iTunes on the Windows notebook. At least one person reported that the Windows Photos app didn't work because the iPhone wasn't recognized as a device on the Windows machine until Apple iTunes was installed.

If you don't need all of Apple's ecosystem, you might be wise to consider using a Windows desktop or notebook computer.

Using an iPhone X in the Microsoft ecosystem | Windows Central
Feb 21, 2018 - As Microsoft is no longer focused on Windows 10 Mobile, the only ... So, what's it likeusing an iPhone as a user in the Microsoft ecosystem?

How to Make Your iPhone Play Nice With Your Windows PC - Gizmodo
Jul 6, 2018 - Open up Mail in Windows 10 for example, click Accounts, then click Add account: You'll notice iCloud is one of the options listed. Sign in with your Apple credentials, and Mail will let you send and receive messages as if you were using Mail on macOS.

All the Ways Windows 10 Works With Android or iPhone - How-To Geek
Sep 28, 2018 - Windows 10's October 2018 Update will include a new "Your ... Type a response and it will be sent via your phone. ... RELATED: How to Sync Cortana Reminders From a Windows 10 PC to Your iPhone or Android Phone …

Here's how your iPhone, Android phone will work with Windows 10 ...
May 8, 2018 - Microsoft aims to make your PC a second screen for your phone so you never miss a text or notification again.

iPhone to PC How-to-Guide - Business News Daily
Sep 6, 2018 - Apple iTunes. Open iTunes and make sure you've got the most recent version. Connect your iPhone to your PC via USB. Click on the device icon. Click on Settings on the left side of iTunes to see the types of content you can sync. Click on the content you want and then click on Sync in iTunes.

Microsoft announces Your Phone app for Windows 10 and Timeline ...
May 7, 2018 - Having given up on Windows 10 Mobile and Windows Phone, Microsoft ... preview forWindows 10, Windows Timeline is coming to iPhone via …

How to Import Photos from iPhone to Windows 10 PC - iPhonehacks
Jul 14, 2018 - Using the native Windows explorer feature or the Photos app to import photos from youriPhone or iPad in Windows 10 makes a lot of sense if …

Best Ways to Transfer Photos from iPhone to Windows 10 without iTunes
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Aug 1, 2018 - Many people prefer using iPhone over recent phones that enable you to capture ... Best Way to Transfer iPhone photos to Windows 10 ...

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The consensus on this question ranges from "using LED light bulbs in enclosures presents a fire risk" to "using LED light bulbs in enclosures presents NO fire risk, but shortens the life of the bulb due to overheating". LED lights get hot at the base, but they don't seem to get nearly as hot as incandescent bulbs. In an enclosure, heat does not vent out of the enclosure, and the heat source from bulbs builds up. Some commenters in these articles claim there isn't much of a problem with the bulbs if they are only used outside at night when it is cooler, or if they are only on for a short time — such as in a bathroom. But what if the light is left on for a long period because someone forgets to turn it off. To play it safe, find bulbs that are stated to be "suitable for enclosure" … otherwise users must be sure that regular LED bulbs are not used in enclosures where they might be turned on in enclosures for prolonged periods — especially in hot environments. In one article, there was discussion that heat damage is cumulative and causes damage to LED bulb circuitry. One symptom of damage might be dimming of the output of the bulb.

A better search might have been "why can't you put LED light bulbs in enclosures" but the original search seemed to resolve to the search results desired.

Why You Can't Use Certain LED Bulbs in Enclosed Fixtures. Heat is the enemy of LED light bulbs. ... Enclosed fixtures that don't allow for proper ventilation can drastically affect the temperature of the LED bulb, causing it to overheat and shortening the lifespan of the bulb.Oct 23, 2017
Oct 23 Why You Can't Use Certain LED Bulbs in Enclosed Fixtures

Oct 23 Why You Can't Use Certain LED Bulbs in Enclosed Fixtures
Oct 23, 2017 - Why You Can't Use Certain LED Bulbs in Enclosed Fixtures. Heat is the enemy of LED light bulbs. ... Enclosed fixtures that don't allow for proper ventilation can drastically affect the temperature of the LED bulb, causing it to overheat and shortening the lifespan of the bulb.

lighting - Why do my led bulbs state: not for use in totally ...
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Dec 7, 2015 - Yes, it is because of the heat buildup in enclosed fixtures, and no you should not use the bulb in that ceiling fixture you listed unless you are willing to accept shortened bulb life. Your options are: ... Replace the fixture entirely with a LED fixture that doesn't have bulbs at all. E.g.
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Be Careful Using LED Replacement Lights in Enclosed Fixtures ...
Aug 4, 2015 - Be Careful Using LED Replacement Lights in Enclosed Fixtures ... A few days after that swap my dad noted a remark he'd read on one of the various LED lightbulb boxes ... In case you can'ttell from the photo, there are no vent ports in that ... by Xledia, for a bulb designed for use inside of enclosed fixtures.

Why You Can't Use Certain LED Bulbs in Enclosed Fixtures | OEO ... › Design
Mar 27, 2018 - This could be for many reasons, such as keeping water out or simply to protect the circuitry underneath. However, even with LEDs, the lighting is also a heat source and in enclosed fixtures the light has less space to spread out. When the heat doesn't spread out, it has to go somewhere, so it goes back in.
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Another interesting article discovered with another search "led light bulbs enclosed fire risk" found Are LED Light Bulbs a Fire Risk?

greenlite marks some or all of their bulbs as "Approved for Enclosed Fixtures and Damp Locations"

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is an earthquake possible in Chicago - Google Search

The Atlantic article seems to provide the best answers to this question with the admission that experts aren't really sure about all possible faults (see quotes).

"Large intra-plate earthquakes, when they disappear on one fault zone, tend to pop up where no one's looking."

"No one really knows how intra-plate earthquakes work. And no one really knows what on earth is going on down there deep underground."

"In Nepal, the country's earthquake hazard map showed the two ends of the country glowing with seismic hazard and a placid interior. Last April an enormous quake struck this unremarkable center of the country and killed more than 8,000 people."

"In most cases these earthquakes are on unmapped faults. A lot of times the way you find a fault in the mid-continent is that you get a big earthquake on it and then you go out and say, 'Oh gee, there's a fault there.'"
— Northwestern University seismologist Seth Stein

Illinois officials urge earthquake awareness - Chicago Tribune
Feb 6, 2015 - In April of that year, a 5.2-magnitude earthquake with an epicenter in southern West Salem, Ill., hardly left a mark but its shaking was felt in 14 states. It is considered the most significantearthquake Illinois endured since 1968, when a 5.3 quake caused more damage to buildings but no injuries.

Is it possible for earthquakes to occur in Chicago? - Quora
Mar 21, 2017 - While Chicago is very unlikely to be the epicenter of a quake, the Midwest is more seismically active than most people realize. ... And there have been several smaller earthquakes in recent years that have been felt in Chicago. It's really weird to feel the floor suddenly "roll."

Illinois Among States With Highest Risk for Earthquakes - NBC Chicago
Jul 18, 2014 - U.S. Geological Survey updated its national seismic hazard maps for the first time since 2008. ... A new federal earthquake map dials up the shaking hazard just a bit for about one-third of the United States, including Illinois, and lowers it for one-tenth. ... Illinois is among 16 states …

Is Middle America Due For a Huge Earthquake? - The Atlantic
Jun 23, 2016 - Indeed, the USGS earthquake hazard map of the United States, might ..... about the lithosphere—and it's easy when you live in Chicago—is, ...

1968 Illinois earthquake - Wikipedia
The 1968 Illinois earthquake (a "New Madrid event") was the largest recorded earthquake in .... This could cause potentially high damage in the Chicago metropolitan area which has a population near ... Scientists anticipating a future earthquake suggest the Wabash Valley Fault as a possible source, calling it "dangerous".
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List of earthquakes in Illinois - Wikipedia
The following is a list of earthquakes in Illinois. Contents. 1 Earthquakes; 2 See also; 3 Notes; 4 References; 5 External links. Earthquakes[edit]. Date, Area ...
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New Madrid Seismic Zone - Wikipedia
The New Madrid Seismic Zone sometimes called the New Madrid Fault Line, is a major seismic ...Earthquakes that occur in the New Madrid Seismic Zone potentially threaten parts of eight .....Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2013.
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earthquake risk - ABC7 Chicago
Feb 15, 2010 - What caused Wednesday's earthquake near Chicago, Illinois? And is it likely to happen again?