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The #1 Best Supplement to Take For Immunity, Says Science

These days, we're all interested in how we can boost our immunity, and many of us are looking to supplements for help. Usually, health experts downplay supplements and say getting your nutrients from whole foods is best, but that's not the case here. There is one supplement that has distinct advantages for immunity, and many of us don't (or can't) get enough of the nutrient naturally. Read on to find out what it is—and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You Have "Long" COVID and May Not Even Know It.
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Doctor pays tribute to his parents with graduation photos in the fields where they work

A recent doctoral graduate is honoring his parents by taking photos in the fields of the farm where they work after every degree he gets. Dr. Erick Martínez Juárez, 29, graduated from the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University earlier this spring and is now a neurology resident at UCLA Health. After Juárez received his M.D., he went back to the tomato fields in Decatur County, Georgia, where his parents work to take photos in full regalia.
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This Is the End of Affirmative Action

This article was published online on July 26, 2021. One afternoon, during my freshman year at Alabama A&M University, my homework was piling up, and I was feeling antsy. I needed a change of scenery from Foster Hall. I’d heard that the library at the University of Alabama at Huntsville, 10 minutes away, was open three hours longer than our own. So I loaded up my backpack, ran down the stairs—the dorm’s elevator was busted—and headed across town.
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‘The collection has become its own collection’: Pamunkey Museum director plans to restore, revitalize center

Step into the Pamunkey Indian Museum, located at the tribe’s reservation in King William, and each artifact will transport you to a different age. Stone points dating 12,000 years ago. A treaty from 1677 between several tribes and the English crown, guaranteeing the indigenous members control over their homeland. Ceremonial headwear and dresses worn in the 1930s. But the museum’s timeline, ...
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Pompeo: Future of GOP lies in upholding faith-based virtues

EXCLUSIVE – Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will deliver a major speech Monday evening at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library outlining his vision for the Republican Party that he says must be rooted in faith-based virtues. Pompeo will be the featured speaker for the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and...

Legally Blonde 3: Release Date, Spoilers, Cast, Trailer And Plot Lines

'I'm Elle Woods and this is Bruiser Woods and we're both Gemini vegetarians.'. It's been 20 years since Elle Woods was introduced to the world, via Legally Blonde, creating dedicated global fans, iconic quotes, and teaching the lesson never to underestimate an ambitious woman in pink. The first film saw...
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‘I want the kids to be OK’, says expert who found 1970s end-of-world prediction is on schedule

An expert who found a 1970s forecast on the collapse of society was on schedule has said she would just like “the kids to be OK”.Gaia Herrington – who has produced an update to the decades-old Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) prediction – said her drive is preserving quality of life for younger generations. She had found a 1972 MIT scientific paper’s estimate society would collapse by 2050 appears to be on course, following analysis of the forecast.But Ms Herrington, who works for KPMG, told The Guardian the key findings from her independent research was that “we still have a...

Key UN climate science talks open amid floods, fires

Nearly 200 nations start online negotiations Monday to validate a UN science report that will anchor autumn summits charged with preventing climate catastrophe on a planetary scale. Record-smashing heatwaves, floods and drought across three continents in recent weeks, all amplified by global warming, make the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change...
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Factbox: Lebanon's PM-designate Najib Mikati

BEIRUT, July 26 (Reuters) - Lebanese billionaire businessman and former prime minister Najib Mikati is set to be designated prime minister in parliamentary consultations on Monday after securing the support of major parties. Mikati's designation comes after veteran Sunni Muslim politician Saad al-Hariri abandoned attempts at forming a cabinet earlier...

Steven Weinberg Quotes After Nobel Prize-winning Physicist Dies Aged 88

Nobel Prize-winning theoretical physicist Steven Weinberg, who helped produce theories about the fundamental forces of the universe, died aged 88 on Friday. Weinberg was born in New York City in 1933 and began pursuing science as an interest when he was a teenager, spurred by encouragement from his father. He...

Beyond the Bench: A conversation with Ofer Yizhar

Today, the former documentary photographer in the Israeli army is professor of neurobiology at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel, where he builds tools — such as engineered proteins and neural probes — to manipulate and monitor neural circuits using pulses of light. Yizhar works at the forefront...