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18 Sep 2020

Widespread Lack Of Holocaust Knowledge In The U.S.

A new survey has uncovered shocking levels of unawareness among young U.S. adults about the Holocaust. The research

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14 Sep 2020

Alcohol And Junk Food Companies Are Exploiting The Pandemic

From marketing beer with pandemic lingo to giving money to governments, a report argues that

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14 Sep 2020

Staying Healthy In The Age Of Tech

Technology can be a double-edged sword, especially when it comes to staying healthy. For instance,

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09 Sep 2020

This Century Will See Massive Shifts In The Global Population, Economy, And Power Structure

A lot of the predictions we hear about the future involve a hot, crowded planet,

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02 Sep 2020

History Tells Us Trying To Stop Diseases Like COVID-19 At The Border Is A Failed Strategy

To explain why the coronavirus pandemic is much worse in the U.S. than anywhere else

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02 Sep 2020

The 8 Pillars Of The New Age Of City Mobility

An additional 2.5 billion people will live in cities by 2050. This entails an increase

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01 Sep 2020

COVID-19: It’s Time To Rethink Where, How And Why We Work

COVID-19 has hit consumer industries hard. These industries employ 20% of all workers worldwide with

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01 Sep 2020

Here’s What To Do If You’re A Victim Of Medical Malpractice

Have you been a victim of medical malpractice or medical negligence? Maybe you are not

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28 Aug 2020

Why Divine Immanence Mattered For The Civil Rights Sruggle

Martin Luther King Jr knew he was risking his life. The US civil rights leader,

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28 Aug 2020

Hurricanes And Wildfires Are Colliding With The COVID-19 Pandemic – And Compounding The Risks

With the Hurricane Laura hitting Louisiana and Texas as an “extremely dangerous” Category 4 storm

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27 Aug 2020

Fast Loans With Bad Credit: 5 Best Companies To Go To

Did you know that a third of Americans were recorded to have either fair or very poor

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26 Aug 2020

How To Effectively Make Your Workplace Secure With COVID-19 Signage

With the outbreak of COVID-19, many businesses had to adapt to the changes put in

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25 Aug 2020

5 Lessons We Must Take From The Coronavirus Crisis

The tele-health team at Jefferson Health has been calling themselves the “Night’s Watch”, a reference

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23 Aug 2020

How To Look After Each Other In The Time Of Physical Distancing

Humans are social beings. They like to spend most of their time hanging out with

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17 Aug 2020

Social Issues: What A Student Should Know To Make Difference

Students are a special group of people who are able to normally live while everything

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14 Aug 2020

How You Can Help A Friend Experiencing Sexual Abuse

There are approximately 433,648 victims of rape and sexual assault in the United States each

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13 Aug 2020

An Indian Company Is Gearing Up To Make Millions Of Doses Of A $3 Covid-19 Vaccine

As the Covid-19 pandemic drags on, there’s one thing we’re all counting on to rescue

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11 Aug 2020

Major American Cities See Sharp Spike In Murders

As the United States reels from coronavirus pandemic and its effects, homicides and violence are

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08 Aug 2020

Effective Ways For Teaching Children With Autism

When teaching children it’s commonly known that each and every one of them will require

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29 Jul 2020

The Most Populous Nations On Earth

How many people are living in the world today?  Where do most of them live?

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29 Jul 2020

Reasons Why People Are Obsessed With Beauty

It is easy to think that we are individualists: we know our own minds and

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29 Jul 2020

Being Kind To Yourself Is Now Important More Than Ever: Tips That Will Help

The year 2020 has brought many changes, both good and bad, into our lives. While

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22 Jul 2020

We May Have To Live With The Coronavirus. And It’s Going To Be Painful

The media want us to believe that we are on the path to recovery. But

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20 Jul 2020

How Did ‘White’ Become A Metaphor For All Things Good?

Shortly after George Floyd’s death, one of my friends texted me that Floyd wasn’t necessarily

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18 Jul 2020

How To Stand Up For Yourself At Work

Work-life has its own complications and challenges and there’s no way you will get a

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17 Jul 2020

Prioritizing Health: A Prescription For Prosperity

How can the prioritisation of our health systems help us in rebuilding the post-pandemic economy?

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16 Jul 2020

Beyond The Curve: A Visual Journey Into Our Post-Pandemic Future

What changes in the built environment can we make to shape a sustainable post-pandemic future?

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14 Jul 2020

As The Lockdowns Come To An End, Which Activities Are The Riskiest?

This chart encapsulates the risk assessments of over five hundred epidemiologists and health professionals worldwide.

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13 Jul 2020

U.S. Will Trail Other Rich Nations In Life Expectancy By 2030

While other nations are set to break records,  America lags behind in life expectancy projections.

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09 Jul 2020

What Is The Role Of Immigrants In The US COVID-19 Response?

An ongoing research seeks to reveal the role of immigrants in America’s fight against COVID-19. 

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