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SOS Amazônia

The Amazon forest is responsible for much of life on this planet. You, as an inhabitant, are about to suffer the consequences. DESTRUCTION OF THE AMAZON FOREST: WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO DO WITH IT? PT. THE AMAZON ASKS FOR HELP AND NEEDS YOU. The greatest rainforest in the world is suffering from lack of information and environmental awareness, and it's you who will suffer the impacts of this destruction in your daily life. WE ARE CHANGING. THIS SAD ... Full story

After Trump blames mental illness for mass shootings, health agencies ordered to hold all posts on issue - The Washington Post

“There is this climate of concern whether you can make a statement based on facts,” an employee at the National Institutes of Health said. Full story

MOMOLAND’s Agency Reveals Yeonwoo Is Recovering From Panic Disorder

MOMOLAND ’s Yeonwoo has been receiving treatment for panic disorder. On August 19, MOMOLAND’s agency MLD Entertainment released an official statement that reads as follows:. This is MLD Entertainment. Here is our official statement regarding our agency artist, MOMOLAND’s Yeonwoo. Recently, Yeonwoo has been consistently receiving treatment and is overcoming her panic disorder ahead of filming for tvN’s ‘Cheap Cheonlima Mart.’. Please support ... Full story

Welsh Water fined after chemical spillage kills fish News

Image caption Lime slurry spilled into a surface water drain. The operator of a water treatment plant has been fined £40,000 after a chemical spillage killed more than 500 fish. It happened at Welsh Water's Felindre water treatment works just outside Swansea in July last year. The pollution happened after lime slurry which was being transferred spilled into a surface water drain which led to the River Lliw. Welsh Water admitted causing the ... Full story

Why It’s Important to Recognize Male Survivors of Domestic Abuse

According to data from the U.S. Department of Justice, most intimate partner violence (82%) is committed against women. Increased awareness of domestic violence against women has spurred an international movement, led to the creation of domestic violence shelters, and helped a generation of women leave their abusers. Men can be victims, too. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1 in 4 men have experienced some form of ... Full story

Eating well to help manage anxiety: Your questions answered - Harvard Health Blog

Home » Harvard Health Blog » Eating well to help manage anxiety: Your questions answered - Harvard Health Blog. DOES DIET AFFECT ANXIETY? IF SO, WHAT SHOULD I EAT, AND WHICH FOODS SHOULD I TRY TO AVOID? People who suffer with anxiety should remember a few simple rules:. - Low blood sugar, poor hydration, use of alcohol, caffeine, and smoking can also precipitate or mimic symptoms of anxiety. - Eating regular meals and preventing hypoglycemic ... Full story

Chicken and garlic NIKUJAGA (Japanexe pot-au-feu) Table

Go with rice or even breads. FOR 2. Boneless chicken thigh: 300 grams. Salt: 1 teaspoon. Minced garlic: 1 teaspoon. Potato: 3. Onion: 1/2. Carrot: 1/2. Cooking oil: 1/2 tablespoon. Black pepper: a pinch. HOW TO COOK. 1: Cut chicken, potatoes, onions, and carrots into bite size pieces. Then mix chicken with salt and garlic in a bowl. 2: Heat the cooking oil in a pot, then add chicken and stir. When chicken is lightly cooked, drain excess oil, ... Full story

Jordanians mourn death of Aya Aghabi, creator of News

On Monday, August 19, 2019, Jordanians were saddened with the passing away of Aya Aghabi, a young Jordanian girl who is an activist for women’s rights and people with disabilities. Aghabi is the founder and initiator of "Accessible Jordan" initiative and website, which contains a guide to all outdoor venues and parks that grant access to the disabled. Aya has spent years helping people with disabilities in Jordan through her initiative, which ... Full story

Are Risk Assessment Algorithms Implicitly Racist?

When it comes to bail or jail, racism in means racism out. ProPublica Cover, May 23, 2016. On any random day in America, more than a half-million people are incarcerated. Whether they are released while awaiting their day in court or remain behind bars increasingly depends on specialized algorithms called “risk assessments” that sort through factors like previous arrest records, demographics, employment and so on to predict how likely an ... Full story

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