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Manatees No Longer Facing Extinction, But There’s Still Work To Be Done To Safeguard Them

Published in Odd and Fun on 23rd September 2017

MIAMI( AP) — The person of Florida’s iconic manatees has recovered enough that the species no longer gratifies the definition of “endangered” under the Endangered Species Act, federal wildlife officials said Thursday. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have proposed relisting the slow-moving, quicken bump-shaped marine mammals as a “threatened” species, which would not change […]

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The Dark Side Of Moving Abroad

Published in Odd and Fun on 22nd September 2017

To the people who are dealing with life alone in places “theyve never” thought they will end up living in, “you think youre” fearles, “you think youre” fearless, you are invincible. Its beyond spooky to be placed into situations you have never been provisioned be addressed with, to be pushed out of the shelter that […]

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Mike Pence Claiming He Attends About The Most disadvantaged Is Irony At Its Finest

Published in Odd and Fun on 22nd September 2017

Vice President Mike Pence delivered a addres at Fridays 44 th annual March for Life that accentuated his already well-known anti-abortion views, but his paroles were peppered with proclamations that should have minorities in America promoting quite a few eyebrows. The March for Life is an annual demonstration in Washington D.C. for anti-abortion activists.At one […]

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Erin Andrews’ Cancer Diagnosis Provoked A Much-Needed Wakeup Call

Published in Odd and Fun on 22nd September 2017

Erin Andrews isn’t messing around when it comes to her health. The sportscaster and” Dancing with the Stars” multitude discovered the beginning of this year that she had been treated for cervical cancer. The experience, she said, drew her prioritize her wellbeing in a new way. And even though she’s often on the road and […]

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Third ‘given incorrect initial heart attack diagnosis’ – BBC News

Published in Odd and Fun on 22nd September 2017

Image copyright Thinkstock Almost a third of cases in England and Wales are being given the incorrect initial diagnosis after a heart attack – with women having a much higher occasion of being affected, research studies suggests. University of Leeds research examined NHS data on about 600,000 heart attack subjects over a period of nine […]

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The Perspective Shift You Require To Constitute If You’re Always Feeling Unmotivated

Published in Odd and Fun on 22nd September 2017

Ive been suffering from a bout of something bloggers and entrepreneurship leaders dont seem to cover very often: feeling deep, darkly unmotivated. Over the past few weeks, Ive been living in one of the hippest and most inspirational metropolis on countries around the world, Berlin, and protruding my toes into what with the recent Brexit […]

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What induces some people sweat more than others? | Fox News

Published in Odd and Fun on 22nd September 2017

( Rob Hyrons) A trip to the gym can leave some peoples shirts singularly drenched. For others, shaking sides with the boss can be a physically traumatic moment. The grounds some people sweat a lot while others stand dry arent wholly understood. Still, one expert, Harmik J. Soukiasian, chief of thoracic surgery at Cedars-Sinai Medical […]

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Why Soft Climate Treats Are Better Than Tough Ones

Published in Odd and Fun on 22nd September 2017

The Paris climate talks have been portended as a historic deal. But while they have been praised for the very accomplishment of reaching an agreement and for preparing an ambitious aim to keep warming below 2 and endeavouring to limit it to 1.5, such arrangements has been criticised for being strong. In expressions of achieving […]

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Charlie Gard action: Physicians can go baby’s life support – BBC News

Published in Odd and Fun on 22nd September 2017

Image copyright PA Image caption Charlie’s rare malady has left him with irreversible brain damage and mainly unable to move Doctors can recede life aid from a sick child with a rare genetic plight against his parents’ pleases, a High Court judge has ruled. Specialists at Great Ormond Street Hospital said eight-month-old Charlie Gard has […]

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Rio Olympics: consider from the favelas- ‘Tour hustlers consider favelas like zoos’ | Michel Silva

Published in Odd and Fun on 22nd September 2017

In diary entries on life in Rocinha ahead of the Games, Michel Silva talks about his community fights with avalanches, paramilitary police and homophobia 2 December A pregnant maiden has to be rescued from a avalanche in the Trampolim neighbourhood of Rocinha, after a thunderstorm hits local communities. Fortunately, there are no fatalities, though heavy […]

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