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Arizona Law helps those in Licensed Occupations

By   /  Thu 28 Dhul Hijjah 1440AH 29-8-2019AD  /  Statute  /  No Comments

Clinical psychologist Carol Gandolfo had two licenses to practice in California – one in clinical psychology and one to be a family marriage therapist – and had worked in two state hospitals in the Golden State. She’s bilingual and specializes in forensics and developmental disabilities. Since moving to Arizona in 2007, Gandolfo has completed her […]

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The Great Pyramid of Giza Used in Quantum Experimentation

By   /  Thu 28 Dhul Hijjah 1440AH 29-8-2019AD  /  S.T.E.A.M.  /  No Comments

The Great Pyramid of Giza is without question the most famous building of the ancient world. Completed around 2560 BC during the reign of Pharaoh Khufu, this enigmatic monument is a central feature in the larger Giza pyramid complex with two smaller pyramids, many other vast temples and tomb. For over 50 years alternative historians […]

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U.S.-China Trade War Ripples Around The World

By   /  Thu 28 Dhul Hijjah 1440AH 29-8-2019AD  /  Global Finance  /  No Comments

With each shot fired in the ongoing U.S.-China trade confrontation, the margin narrows for President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping to not only save face by coming to a mutually beneficial resolution – but also to limit the collateral damage a clash of the world’s two largest economies is already starting to produce. […]

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Can Cherry juice improve cognitive functions?

By   /  Thu 28 Dhul Hijjah 1440AH 29-8-2019AD  /  Health  /  No Comments

Aging In a small clinical study, researchers reported improvements in cognitive function in older adults who drank tart cherry juice every day for 12 weeks. However, the study received industry funding. Is tart cherry juice good for brain health? Cognitive health is the ability to think clearly, remember, and learn new things. Cognitive decline is […]

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How does slavery benefit “so called” white people today?

By   /  Thu 28 Dhul Hijjah 1440AH 29-8-2019AD  /  Things You Should Know  /  No Comments

Question: Call me whatever you like, but please elaborate on how slavery DIRECTLY benefits me today. This line of reasoning does not appear to be logically sound without further explanation. Your answer makes me want to scream as no argument was made to convince me of anything except as a white person, I am either […]

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How To Stop Heavy Periods: 22 Options for Treatment

By   /  Tue 26 Dhul Hijjah 1440AH 27-8-2019AD  /  Health  /  No Comments

How to Stop Heavy Periods: 22 Options for Treatment Home and natural remedies Supplements OTC medications Prescription medication Surgery Other tips See your doctor Share on Pinterest If you buy something through a link on this page, we may earn a small commission. How this works. What you can do If your period is so […]

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Diversity Emergency

By   /  Tue 26 Dhul Hijjah 1440AH 27-8-2019AD  /  Civics 101  /  No Comments

As a boy growing up in St. Louis, Larry Penton was fascinated by comedian Bill Cosby playing a wisecracking ambulance driver in the bawdy 1976 comedy “Mother, Jugs and Speed.” He often found himself thumbing through medical journals his mom, then in nursing school, brought home from time to time. But young Larry couldn’t imagine […]

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Saudi Arabia’s Pivot to Asia

By   /  Tue 26 Dhul Hijjah 1440AH 27-8-2019AD  /  Civics 101  /  No Comments

Saudi Arabia was once the linchpin of the Trump administration’s plans for the Middle East. The country was President Donald Trump’s first foreign destination after taking office. Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, struck up a close relationship with the crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman. And both the U.S. and Saudi Arabia pledged to […]

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8 Forgotten Capital’s of The United States of America

By   /  Mon 25 Dhul Hijjah 1440AH 26-8-2019AD  /  Her-story/History  /  No Comments

  Updated:Aug 22, 2018Original:Jul 16, 2015 8 Forgotten Capitals of the United States Explore the eight other locales that were once the seats of American power. Christopher Klein 1. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania After the Continental Congress met inside Philadelphia’s Carpenter’s Hall in 1774, it reassembled the following spring inside the Pennsylvania State House (now known as […]

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World’s first-ever Human monkey hybrid embryo in a Lab in China

By   /  Mon 25 Dhul Hijjah 1440AH 26-8-2019AD  /  S.T.E.A.M.  /  No Comments

  Victoria Bell For Mailonline 8/1/2019 A Spanish scientist has grown the world’s first-ever human-monkey hybrid in a lab in China which was viable and could have been born — but the process was aborted. Researchers formed the hybrid embryo by genetically modifying monkey embryos to deactivate genes that are essential for the formation of […]

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