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Who doesn’t love a bounce house? Turns out the answer to that may be everyone. A new study reports that bouncy houses, a mainstay at birthday parties, town fairs, and backyard events, are … more
For the world’s leading neuroscientists, unlocking the brain’s capacity to stimulate neural plasticity has become something of a Holy Grail.  That’s because enhancing … more
The Supreme Court rulings, by their majority, are often the result of politics, since a sitting President will place his own party's beliefs via the choice of a new Justice when there is an open … more
If U.S. dogs and cats were their own country, they’d rank fifth in global meat consumption. In fact, through their diet, our pets constitute about 25–30% of the environmental impacts … more
Juneteenth is a day that celebrates the legal freedom of enslaved Black people.  Yet, Juneteenth is now celebrated as a federal holiday in only 20 states. Obviously, there is more work to be … more
How to measure freedom and equality in American society? One way may be to look at how Black women are treated on the trains.Hidden History That’s the idea behind Riding Jane Crow, … more
PSEG announced the 2022 graduates of its first Supplier Diversity Mentorship program.  The six-month program supports: -       economic development … more
New estimates from the World Health Organization (WHO) show that the full death toll associated directly or indirectly with the COVID-19 pandemic (described as “excess mortality”) between … more
A new U.S. COVID federal website is now live with an easy-to-manage menu for all Americans. The website, Covid.gov, is updated in real-time daily, and includes sections with specific data and … more
It sounds like a dance: the Pandemic Pivot.  Take two steps forward, one step back, and repeat. Omnicom numbers are going down in our area, which means we can pivot and get out more. But … more
Governor Phil Murphy kicked off his weekly Covid briefing by honoring US Navy Seaman Kyle Mullen, 24, who tragically died in training. Governor Murphy had some big news today about Covid-19 and … more
Every year, we are happy to broadcast this historic speech by the beloved civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. To see the epic speech by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., click here. more
  If you are a woman planning to have surgery, it pays to filter your choices down due to services, your doctor’s recommendations, reviews, reputation, and now: if that surgeon is … more
December 16, 2021 The President The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500 Dear President Biden, We write as scientists and engineers who are gravely concerned … more
Bubba Almony trained for many years to become one of the top celebrity bodyguards in the US. In spite of his deep discipline and strength to provide protection to VIPs, Almony chose to dedicate … more
US Fish and Wildlife Service announced it is declaring 23 species as now extinct. The Federal service now said they want to remove these 23 animals and plants off the endangered list and deem them … more
The United Nations has a message for the world: Act now and we can stop some, not all,  of the dire consequences of climate change. Climate changes are occurring in every region and globally, … more
President Joe Biden is the first president in US history to visit the town in Tulsa, Okla. where a racist mob murdered black people and ravaged the prosperous town by fire. The Tulsa Massacre was … more
When You’ve Been Fully Vaccinated How to Protect Yourself and Others   Choosing Safer Activities If you are fully vaccinated, you can resume activities that you did … more
(NAPSI)—There could be promising news for the more than six million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease and the people who care for them.  The Problem  Although nearly … more
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