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MIDDAY Midwest Digest, May 7, 2019

Max Armstrong talks about sun screen chemicals, an autonomous research farm, Great Lakes water levels and wild animals in sports nets.

A small study says the chemicals in sun screen are being absorbed into the skin at a high rate. However, dermatologists say it's still safe to use.

The Grand Farm is being built in North Dakota. It's an autonomous research farm.

The level of the Great Lakes is rising.

Officials are asking people to take down sports nets, because wild animals are getting caught in them.

 

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