Spraying glyphosate, part of a U.S.-backed anti-drug policy, has harmful effects on humans and the environment.
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Only 4 of 194 patients experienced cancer recurrence after the tumor was frozen with newly developed system.
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When considering some of our community’s most important compositional elements, we most commonly consider three key factors: housing, our neighborhoods, and schools. But why are these the elements we most commonly consider? The answer is simple: because we want what is best for our families. Well, that is exactly why Revered Paul R. Wiggins has decided to run for the Broward County School Board District 1 Seat– he wants what is best for our families. […]
Shown here are the presenters President Ms. Jo Ann Jones and member Ms. Leola Adams of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc., Professional and Business Women Gamma Alpha Chapter, presenting the award to Ms. Williams at her office due to COVID-19 gathering guidelines. The award reads: “May your unselfish, relentless and determined spirit to represent clients such as #IStandWithLJV and #JusticeForRiou continue to be examples that change injustices in our society and make our world a better place to live.” […]
My name is Kennedy. I am a 12-year-old entrepreneur. I started my first business at the age of 9 where I sold lemonade, candy, and slime. My dad would always talk to me about business and give me assignments on the weekend to learn things that you don’t learn in school. He bought me a candle making kit and I fell in love with making candles. I then took the things that I learned and asked if we could start a business. […]