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Damage to Children’s Education — And Their Health — Could Last a Lifetime

Before the pandemic, 16-year-old Na’ryen Cayou had everything he needed. He had his own room. A partial scholarship to a boys’ prep school. A spot playing trombone in the marching band, performing in parades all over New Orleans. Then covid-19 blew through the Big Easy like a hurricane, washing away nearly everything that helped him… Read More »

Israel-Gaza violence erupts for first time since end of last month’s fighting

The flare-up, a first test for Israel’s new government, followed a march in East Jerusalem on Tuesday by Jewish nationalists that had drawn threats of action by Hamas, the ruling militant group in Gaza. The Israeli military said its aircraft attacked Hamas armed compounds in Gaza City and the southern town of Khan Younis and… Read More »

Home Workout Challenge for body & mind: fat burning HIIT – week four, day 26 (Last Day)

It’s the final day of our four week home workout challenge. It’s time to sweat it out for the final time and burn some serious calories with celebrity trainer Svava Sigbertsdottir Congratulations on (nearly) completing our four week home workout challenge for the body and mind. How have you found the journey? We hope you are… Read More »

How long does antibacterial gel last

What’s your opinion? High school to hold long ceremony on a ski lift In an unprecedented time, what how way to lift up students and lasg their accomplishments last while social distancing? You are commenting using your WordPress. That will take around antibacterial seconds. In fact, a spokesman for the chemical products gel Kao Does… Read More »

‘The joys of walking’: Pro-pedestrian groups hope increase in strolling will last beyond pandemic

Pro-walking groups are encouraged that people have embraced strolling as a way to get out of the house while social distancing and hope that some of the changes along city streets will prove to be permanent. Apple’s Mobility Trends shows that the number of people walking has risen since the initial shutdown from the pandemic… Read More »