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Oh, Dewey, Where Would You Put Me?

There aren’t many role models for male-partnered queer women to be out, or express pride. It inspired me that Ms....
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The New Teenage Milestones

Growing up, Carley Ebbenga was used to not having big birthday parties. Since her birthday falls right in the middle...
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Salt reduction will prevent nearly 200,000 cases of heart disease and save £1.64bn

England's salt reduction programme will have led to nearly 200,000 fewer adults developing heart disease and £1.64 billion of healthcare...
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Online searches can help foreshadow future COVID-19 surges and declines, new study shows

Online searches for mobile and isolated activities can help to predict later surges and declines in COVID-19 cases, a team...
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What Do Women Want? For Men to Get Covid Vaccines.

Holly Elgison and Len Schillaci are a mixed vaxxed couple, and they are far from alone.“I was always going to...
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It’s critical to keep taking precautions to prevent COVID-19. Use masks to slow the spread.
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