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Oktoberfest festival in Germany raises CO2 and methane from cooking leaks and consumer farts! Testing capacity for COVID-19 is good in Santa Cruz County; Scary ultra-black fish in the deep Monterey Bay Canyon; New injectable antibody to prevent Lyme disease will hopefully start testing in humans soon; Interpreting the T and Z scores from a DEXA bone density test; Holistic dentist recommendations and evaluations of their treatments; More about osteoporosis and the T, Z and FRAX scores; Coping with a teething infant! Plant-based meats to aid important health, greenhouse emissions and water use issues