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by RoseWrites
9 months ago
An Open Letter to Dr. Margaret Chan, Director-General of WHO

It's infuriating to know that for a year, the WHO has known that Culex mosquitoes are vectors of the Zika virus. Even worse: a study by Guo et al. in September has been completely ignored. The citizens of southeast Asia should have been informed so that they could modify their mosquito eradication efforts. However, Dr. Margaret Chan has proclaimed her decisions to be right all along. She even wrote: "Like every other explosive outbreak, Zika revealed fault lines in the world's collective preparedness." But, rather than rely on scientific data, she even entertained conspiracies (like a chemical). Wolbachia is responsible for the most widespread pandemics in the animal kingdom (LePage and Bordenstein, 2013). Bill Gates and four governments are funding Wolbachia-infected mosquito releases and the WHO endorses it. We must find a way to stop more releases and allow independent researchers to investigate (before it's too late). Wolbachia can never be taken back.

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by HLesley
10 months ago
Family Naming Customs Around the World

When I worked in an international language school, I found out that there is a wide variety of naming customs in different countries, especially where surnames or family names are concerned.

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by Sookie
10 months ago
How to Organize Your Nail Polish - Make Them User Friendly and Ready to Go

If you love to do your nails, and prefer to do your own at home, you know you need lots of supplies. The problem is that these supplies tend to take over space.  You love lots of colors, and you want lots of choice, but now they are...

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by HLesley
10 months ago
Clam Digging on the Pacific Coast

There is nothing more delicious than fresh seafood, and a fun way to obtain the very freshest seafood is by going to the beach and digging your own clams.

Lifestyle
by DebW07
10 months ago
Fake News: 7 BuzzFeed-Type Stories

BuzzFeed's recent posting of "fake news" prompted a writer to pitch seven tongue-in-cheek stories.

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by Sookie
10 months ago
Organizing Old Photos - Best Way to Organize Old Photographs

Recently, after my mother moved from the old family house I became the proud owner of all the family photo albums. I was lucky enough that my grandmother and my mother would put their pictures into albums fairly quickly, because not that long ago, it was very expensive...

Beauty
by Sookie
10 months ago
How to Organize Jewelry in a Drawer - A User Friendly Way to Get Organized

The traditional way to organize jewelry has been a jewelry box.  These could be anything from a simple box on the dresser to a piece of furniture all its own, it all depends on how many pieces you need to store and wear. But as many people downsize,...

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by GaryGusep
10 months ago
The Rhinoceros Party: The Strangest Political Party in the World!

We have many great political parties in North America, however the strangest has to be the Rhinoceros Party of Canada. Read on to know more!

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by Gordon Hamilton
10 months ago
Spicy Chicken and Bell Peppers Homemade Pizza Recipe

Homemade pizza from scratch recipe including instructions on how to make the dough and sauce as well as a tasty topping suggestion.

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by Gordon Hamilton
10 months ago
Pheasant Breast and Pineapple Salsa on Goats' Cheese Potato Discs

Succulent pan fried pheasant breast fillet served on goats' cheese potato discs and garnished with a spicy pineapple salsa.

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by Maqbool
10 months ago
Atheism in Spiritual India

India is a place of theistic religion; Samkhya, Yoga, Nyaya, Vaisheshika, Mimamsa, and Vedanta, though it hosted atheistic schools of philosophies; Jainism, Buddhism, Charvaka, and Ajivika.

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by ellenparker
10 months ago
How to Use a Multi Room Audio System to Glam Up Your New Year's Party

Want your New Year's party to be a smashing success? Here's how a multi-room audio system can help with a more thrilling broadcast of NYC's Time Square ball drop and tunes that will keep your guests singing through the night.

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by Gordon Hamilton
10 months ago
Mahi Mahi Fillet with Spicy Chickpea Salsa Recipe

Pan fried mahi mahi fillet served on turmeric potato beds with spicy chickpea salsa

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by Gordon Hamilton
10 months ago
Steak and Kidney Pie with Roast Potato Florets

Succulent steak and kidney pie is served with attractive and crispy little roast potato florets and sauteed cabbage and onion.

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by Yindee
10 months ago
Send in the Porcelain Clowns for the Collectors

In 1980 we didn't collect dolls - we made the Image Porcelain Dolls and they made us famous. This is the story of how we made these collectors' pieces for seven years. Where are they now?

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by Leigh Goessl
10 months ago
10 Tips for Successful Study in College

For many new students, it comes as a major shock when they realize the level of studying needed to be successful when pursuing their college degrees. It helps to be organized and develop successful study habits.

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by Gordon Hamilton
11 months ago
Spicy Chicken and Mushroom Pie Recipe

Chicken breast meat and mushrooms are spiced up with chilies and incorporated in a delicious puff pastry pie.

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by Leigh Goessl
11 months ago
Navigating the Special Education Process as Your Child's Parent Advocate

Parent advocates are an important part of every child's education. A child who has special needs is going to need someone to organize and pull together their education plan to ensure they get the best structured education that will meet their individual learning needs.

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by Gordon Hamilton
11 months ago
Curried Lamb Naan Burger with Spicy Chili Wedges

A succulent and spicy lamb burger served between two mini naan breads and with spicy crisp chili wedges.

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by Leigh Goessl
11 months ago
How to Know When Your Child is Ready for Preschool

Rather than looking to age to decide when your toddler should start school, it is perhaps more of value to determine if he or she is physically, socially and emotionally ready to go to school. Here are a few questions to ask yourself before sending your little one off to preschool.

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