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unwarns july08The number of people affected by hunger globally rose to as many as 828 million in 2021, according to a new UN report that provides fresh evidence that the world is moving in reverse, away from the Sustainable Development Goal of ending hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition in all its forms, by 2030, when the SDGs are supposed to be realized. That represents an increase of about 46 million sin
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A campaign to legalize recreational marijuana in Missouri state has secured enough signatures to make it on the November ballot, the secretary of state said on Tuesday. If the constitutional amendment on marijuana gets approval from voters, those aged 21 and older can buy and grow marijuana for personal...
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abortion aug05 One month after the Supreme Court decision to overrule Roe v. Wade, a significant rise has been recorded in the number of women from states where abortion ban is in force traveling across the border seeking reproductive healthcare services in other states where the procedure is legally allowed. The National Abortion Federation, which operates the largest national, multi-lingual abortion hotline pregnantabortion aug04 President Joe Biden has issued an Executive Order aimed at protecting women's abortion rights that were curtailed by the Supreme Court decision to overrule Roe v. Wade. In an Executive Order that he signed at the first meeting of the interagency taskforce Wednesday, Biden directed the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) to consider action to advance access to reproductive healthcare serv abortionpregnant july15 Vice President Kamala Harris on Thursday convened a meeting of Florida state legislators who are fighting on the frontlines to protect reproductive rights. The meeting, held in Orlando, was a follow up to engagements about reproductive rights that the Vice President had with health care providers, faith leaders, constitutional law and privacy experts, advocates, State Attorneys General, and othe Read More

Study Reveals New Cure By Sticking Cancer Cells In Place

The latest study done by researchers at the University of California, Davis, and the University of Washington has revealed that future treatments for advanced cancer can work by sticking cancer cells in place and preventing their spread around the body. The study shows how an antibody strengthens the...
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Cannabis Usage Increases The Risk Of DCI 2.7 Times

According to a new research letter published in Stroke, cannabis usage is being associated with cerebral ischemia or subarachnoid hemorrhage. The single-center study researched the pattern in more than 1,000 patients and is one of the pioneering studies in the matter. Lead author Michael Lawton,...
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31% Of Americans Addicted To Internet Thanks To Covid-19: Study

NortonLifeLock (NLOK), a global player in consumer Cyber Safety, on Tuesday released the findings of a study that showed that 31% of Americans said they had become addicted to being online as a result of the pandemic.
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babyfood may19In order to combat baby formula shortage caused by Abbott Nutrition's voluntary recall, President Joe Biden has announced a set of additional actions. To ensure that U.S. manufacturers have the necessary ingredients to make safe, healthy infant formula, the President is invoking the Defense Production Act. He is requiring suppliers to direct needed resources to infant formula manufacturers before
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