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Scientists Warn that Current Efforts Are Not Enough to Save the Great Barrier Reef

Scientists Warn that Current Efforts Are Not Enough to Save the Great Barrier Reef

Experts have recently warned that the existing plans in place to save the Great Barrier Reef are no longer capable of protecting the site from damage. Thus, it has been suggested that conservation efforts be shifted to something along the lines of a backup plan with the intention of maintaining the reef’s “ecological function” rather...

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Rate of Alzheimer’s Disease Deaths Jumped 54% in 15 Years, According to CDC

Rate of Alzheimer’s Disease Deaths Jumped 54% in 15 Years, According to CDC

The rate of deaths linked to Alzheimer’s disease escalated by 54.5 percent over the course of 15 years, according to a new report released by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (also called the CDC). This is an alarmingly high increase for a disease which medicine cannot cure, and sometimes cannot even manage...

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Fewer than 6 Hours of Sleep Could Double Risk for People with Metabolic Syndrome

Fewer than 6 Hours of Sleep Could Double Risk for People with Metabolic Syndrome

A recently done study by the American Heart Association has led researchers to conclude that sleeping for less than six hours per night could more than double the risk of people with metabolic syndrome—which is a condition that affects greater than a third of the adult population of the US. Metabolic syndrome encompasses risk factors...

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New York City Beaches To Have Free Sunscreen This Summer

New York City Beaches To Have Free Sunscreen This Summer

Despite the widely recognized stereotype that a large portion of New York residents spend the majority of their year confined to their tiny windowless offices and constricted apartments, most tend to emerge in the summer months to soak up the sun and enjoy the warm temperatures. As a result of such, a popular destination to...

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Latest Trump Budget Cuts Children’s Health Insurance Program

Latest Trump Budget Cuts Children’s Health Insurance Program

Trump’s most recently divulged budget intends to cut Children’s Health Insurance Program by at 20% over the span of the next two fiscal years and drastically cut Medicaid, which covers millions of other children. This proposed change means that millions of poor and working-class families are at risk of losing their health coverage if this...

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Pope and Trump Meet at the Vatican

Pope and Trump Meet at the Vatican

Pope Francis welcomed Trump to the home of Roman Catholicism this Wednesday as he conveyed a characteristically diplomatic message despite the pope’s clear accentuation of the stark contrast between his role as a global moral model and Trump’s nationalist intentions. The two met in the pope’s personal study for roughly half an hour, only accompanied...

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The Death of Fashion, Prime Capitalization Opportunity for Luxury Gyms

The Death of Fashion, Prime Capitalization Opportunity for Luxury Gyms

It’s a widely known fact that consumers are increasingly willing to spend their money on experiences rather than on material objects, such as clothing—which comes as no surprise following the influx of studies asserting that money spent on experiences brings more joy to the consumer and increases the quality of life of the consumer more...

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South Korea’s Newly Elected President Intends to Assuage Tensions With China

South Korea’s Newly Elected President Intends to Assuage Tensions With China

This Thursday, the new president of South Korea, Moon Jae-in, quickly moved to better relations with China through his announcement of his plans to send a delegation to Beijing in order to settle a continuous disagreement regarding the deployment of an American missile-defense system to the nation. The issue of diminishing tensions prompted by the...

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