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Nine questions to help you choose a cataract surgeon (and the answers you’ll want to hear)

June 21, 2022 3:30 p.m. Cataract surgery may be one of the most successful and common eye surgeries in the United States each year, but as a patient, you only have one chance to get it right. This means choosing the right surgeon. Whether you receive a referral from your …

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LADF: Jennifer Lopez to headline Sixth Annual Blue Diamond Gala | by Rowan Kavner | June 2022

(Photo by Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers) Dodger players flocked to Dodger Stadium Thursday night, swapping their uniforms for more formal attire to support the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation at the sixth annual Blue Diamond Gala. The event, hosted by LADF and presented by LADF President Mark Walter and the Dodgers …

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5 great gifts for dad this season

Father’s Day 2022 is approaching this Sunday, June 19, leaving only a few days to pick up a gift for dear old dad. It is sometimes said that dads can be hard to find, which can make the experience of choosing a gift very difficult. We want to help make …

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How to Get a Free Book from the New York Public Library This Summer

The New York Public Library wants New Yorkers to have a productive summer, and it’s ready to help them do it for free. Through its recently launched Summer at the Library program, NYPL is giving away 500,000 new librarian-approved books for families to keep. New Yorkers who want to pick …

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Conclusion: Morgan Wallen disappoints, Eric Church triumphs during their first concert in a stadium in Minneapolis

Like Hank Williams and Willie Nelson, country superstar Eric Church does things his own way. Last year, he released two albums in one month – ‘Heart’ and ‘Soul’ – and sent his fan club members a third album, ‘&’. This spring, he canceled a sold-out concert in San Antonio just …

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The first version of Meta’s AR glasses will be for developers only

Meta has decided not to sell the first version of its full-fledged AR glasses, codenamed Orion, and will instead distribute them to developers so they can create software experiences for the device and future releases, a said someone familiar with the matter. The edge. The company is also ditching plans …

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Bill Gates: What is Bill Gates reading these days? Billionaire’s Summer List Released, ‘The Power’ and ‘The Lincoln Highway’ Among Best Reads

For Bill Gates, the summer season is not about lazing on the beach or traveling to an exotic country, but about putting on reading glasses and having a good time with books. One of the richest men in the world has compiled a list of his top five books to …

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Colgate toothpaste, Bic razors, Arm & Hammer detergent, hair color :: WRAL.com

* This post contains affiliate links and we may earn a small commission if you use them. Sale prices are valid at most Raleigh, NC area stores for members of the myWalgreens Rewards Program. This list is not a price guarantee. Check your local listing to verify prices. Walgreens has …

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Desserts Made for Bubbles – Inquirer and Mirror

By Sarah Leah Chase (June 2, 2022) When local buzz about the return of the Nantucket Wine and Food Festival in mid-May coincided with international buzz about the upcoming early June festivities surrounding Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee in London, I decided that the moment had come for me to learn …

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58 Best Deals You Can Still Buy Right Now

During Samsung’s Memorial Day sale, you can save up to $300 on the 2022 Frame TV. Samsung Whether you’re planning on buying a new mattress, some patio furniture to upgrade the yard, or a new TV for the living room, Memorial Day weekend is the perfect time to do it. …

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Reading Glasses Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – Verified Market Reports has released the latest competent intelligence market research report on the Reading Glasses market, the report aims to provide in-depth and accurate analysis of the Reading Glasses market, considering the forecast of the market, competitive intelligence, technical risks, innovations and other relevant …

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The eyes can provide a window into domestic violence

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New eye drops promise to help you ditch readers – WPXI

PITTSBURGH — If you have readers everywhere and still can’t find a pair when you need them, the idea of ​​a simple eye drop to help you ditch the readers is very appealing, but do they really work? Channel 11 consumer researcher Angie Moreschi takes a closer look at the …

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Viral video of Boise woman on the road claims citizen’s arrest

A video of a woman’s confrontation with two Boise drivers went viral over the weekend, racking up more than a million views within days. Many viewers couldn’t agree on whether she was trying to exercise self-defense justice or needed help. The video shows a brown Subaru driving erratically on West …

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The postscript: poke and click | Columnists

“You gotta keep poking and clicking,” a friend tells me. “That’s what my daughter does.” By this, she means that learning new technologies is not a straight path. I have to play with. I need to find the learning process fun and challenging and not get stuck when I make …

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Carol Burnett, friend and performer of Sondheim, receives the award that bears her name

Placeholder while loading article actions When Stephen Sondheim asked his friend Carol Burnett years ago if she would come to New York and sing “I’m Still Here” from “Follies,” she immediately agreed. Although, somehow, Burnett failed to assimilate a crucial detail: she would be required to belt the number to, …

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Icebreaker with… virtual reality pioneer Louis Rosenberg

Get smarter in just 5 minutes Get the daily email that makes reading the news truly enjoyable. Stay informed and entertained, for free. Every time a billionaire CEO vaguely mentions the metaverse, our memory of Facebook fades a little more. But the concept of virtual worlds predates Zuckerberg’s rebranding and …

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Pregnant women and inmates of correctional centers will get 1,000 reading glasses and 500 prenatal medicines – NHRC

The National Human Rights Commission has donated 1,000 reading glasses and 500 prenatal medications to inmates in all prisons across the country. Reading glasses are often worn by people who cannot see nearby very well, while prenatal medications are vitamin and mineral supplements that are recommended to be taken before …

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How Mixed Reality Glasses Can Help Struggling Readers

Imagine that you are a struggling reader. You dread reading… in any class. You feel like a failure and you’re starting to hate school. One day your science teacher brings a Microsoft HoloLens headset. You put on the mixed reality glasses and pick up the scientific paper the professor wants …

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Reviews | This Mother’s Day, Here’s What Moms Really Need

What would help me the most is… “Better financial support for education and early childhood educators.” —Kerri Hauman, Lexington, Kentucky. Erica Gallegos, also co-executive director of the Child Care for Every Family Network, said there is now bipartisan support for increased funding for child care, and even some of the …

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Mark Zuckerberg teases Meta bracelet to control smart glasses

Mark Zuckerberg sat down with Italian eyewear maker EssilorLuxottica this week to discuss a smart eyewear project using Meta’s neural interface wristband. Introduced last year, wearable electromyography (EMG) translates finger and hand movements into the digital world. It analyzes electrical signals traveling through the muscles of your arm to understand …

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Now Nowhere is Safe – Reader Feedback

As we do from time to time, today we leave the stage to our readers because their voice matters. Now nowhere is safe (1) (04/04/2022) Awolowo in the 70s said that the children you failed to raise will never let you have peace, true or false? Emmanuel Joshua Oluwabankole We …

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5 Mother’s Day gifts for moms who love to read

We may receive a commission from purchases made through links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change. This content is created by a third-party partner for Yahoo. A collection of Mother’s Day gifts for readers Mother’s Day is fast approaching (May 8) and as we take this …

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Mark Zuckerberg says Meta will cut spending after Q1 results

Mark Zuckerberg told the world last October that he was all in on the metaverse and the effort would only get more costly over time. Now that his company’s stock price has been hammered in recent months, he is backtracking on that rhetoric. Meta will “slow the pace of some …

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Interview with Helen Baxendale: “Nobody asks me to do sex scenes now, which is a big relief”

Iit was during his time on Friends, playing Ross’ English wife, Emily, who Helen Baxendale realized she could never be famous for. A bit of compromise was fine, a few light looks in the street in exchange for a good acting job, but anything bigger than that felt overwhelming, even …

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REVIEW: What we thought of Wetherspoon’s Buck Inn in Northallerton

HAVING spent most Easter weekends of my adult life on hockey tour (although sadly not the last two for obvious Covid reasons), the failure to perform our team’s favorite event this year provided the opportunity to experience normal bank holiday activities, away from the sports grounds of sunny Bridlington. Good …

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Adena Lions Club will hold its 70th show with “Lions Eyes” on April 29-30 | News, Sports, Jobs

CAST MEMBERS – Among the cast members of Adena Lions Club’s upcoming “Lion Eyes,” which will be held April 29-30 at 7:30 p.m. at Buckeye West Elementary School in Adena, are, from left, Dean Rutan, Bill Ralston, Patty Staley, Nancy Knight and Dan Smallwood. The show, returning …

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Qantas’ new A380 business class reveals massive changes

International travel is back, as are Qantas’ flagship Airbus A380s. Superjumbos now fly between Sydney and Los Angeles, with Sydney-Singapore-London from mid-June and Melbourne-Los Angeles in December. And while some high-flying travelers will settle in first class, the majority of premium passengers will settle in the A380 business class cabin …

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WVHS Recycling Programs Make Every Day Earth Day | News

FridayApril 22, is Earth Day 2022, a time when we focus on what we can do to improve our environment and reduce pollution. West Valley High School is one of many schools working to reduce their footprint by emphasizing recycling. From student clubs to school-wide programs, here are some things …

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Going to a Passover Seder? Here’s what to keep in mind

Mazel Tov! You have been invited to a Passover seder. For many Jews (including me), Passover or Passover, which tells and celebrates the story of the Israelites freed from slavery in Egypt, is a favorite holiday. At its heart is the seder, an intricate ritual and meal filled with song, …

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‘Stay away’: Police searching for elopement last seen in west Toronto

Toronto police are asking for the public’s help in locating a 60-year-old man held in a western mental institution who has been absent without leave. Glen Alexander Martin was last seen Monday, April 11 at 2:17 p.m. in the West Queen West area near Queen Street West and Ossington Avenue. …

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Reviews | Cory Booker, “You Had Our Back”

Less than an hour after the Senate confirmed Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, Sherrilyn Ifill, former president of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, walked into Sen. Cory Booker’s office on Capitol Hill. The two locked in a prolonged embrace, her husky frame draped over his smaller …

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WHS Anatomy Course Links Classroom Work to Community Service | Local News

Jeepers Peepers! Watauga High School’s anatomy class is engaged in a community service project, “Our Spectacular Drive”, in which they collect eyeglasses that are no longer in use. Here they have fun with, from left, Hannah Justice, Logan Aldridge, Hannah Lutz, Brelyn Sturgill, Illya Corts, Brooke Scheffler, Sarah Scheurer, Dr. …

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Want your watch to sell? Ask a president to wear it.

On New Year’s Day, Michelle Obama posted on Instagram a photo of her and Barack Obama in festive attire: matching star-shaped gold paper glasses, a pearl necklace around her neck and, to her wrist, a superb entirely black watch. The watch was notable because in recent years the former president …

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California Clarity of Disclosure Act Allows First Committee

Senate Bill 1360, California’s Clarity in Disclosure Act, co-drafted by Senators Thomas J. Umberg (D-Santa Ana) and Ben Allen (D-Santa Monica), cleared its first legislative hurdle this morning. SB 1360 will give California the first law in the nation to require that images and online banner ads clearly and prominently …

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Decisions, decisions, when buying new glasses

I remember when I was in my early 40s and one night I sat up, turned on my reading light, opened a book and found to my surprise and horror that I couldn’t make out the words on the page. I don’t mean they were in Klingon or just a …

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The hostel kitchen as a model of subsistence

It’s June 2019 and I’m sitting in the garden of my hostel in Girona, Spain, reading a book, when a man comes out of the kitchen with a bowl of sparkling red cherries, a bottle of vermouth and two mismatched glasses. “You need it,” he said, sitting down. It’s the …

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Alex Perry Shares His Expert (and Seriously Clever) Tip for Choosing the Right Glasses for Your Face Shape

Alex’s partnership with Specsavers is hardly new. Indeed, after such a long reign with one of the country’s leading optical specialists, it’s hard to imagine the brand without the couturier’s design touch. So it’s no surprise that Alex enjoyed finding the balance between working on fashion and eyewear. “It’s a …

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Numbering vs Holdover for Hunting

I crawled through the flattest parts of Colorado behind the inimitable Fred Eichler, chasing a herd of elk that just wouldn’t let us close the gap. The wide open fields of his ranch certainly offered a great view, but didn’t offer much in the way of cover. We finally settled …

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Maine Observer: Learning from loss

Aging is usually associated with loss. You lose your friends, family members, neighbors and colleagues. You lose your sight, hearing, body hair, youthful energy and (worst case scenario) your libido and marbles. If the mind comes first, all other losses and decreases dissipate like fading memories. Everything seems to dissolve …

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Alison Hammond forced to make changes after ITV This Morning reading error

Alison Hammond had an extra day this morning this week as she replaced Covid-stricken Holly Willoughby. The presenter, who usually presents ITV’s daytime show on a Friday, joined Phillip Schofield on Thursday’s show after Jose Gibson took Holly’s place for the rest of the week. And as it was St. …

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Obstacles of a Mother’s Executive Dysfunction

I go home after dropping my ninth grader off at school, finish my morning coffee, check social media, and retire upstairs when the phone rings. Three thoughts come to mind: “Thank God I remembered to activate the bell”, “Where did I leave my cell?” and, “What did Giorgio do now?” …

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Sandy Turner: The grass is not green | Local News

On my way to the barn, just to quickly say hello to my husband, I noticed that a few patches of grass may have turned light green. I miss my weekly therapy on the faster-than-lightspeed mower, and judging by the look of the dusty cobweb machine, I think I miss …

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Forget about contacts – like going gray, wearing glasses can be empowering | Accessories

ggirls are the last taboo of glamour. You can embrace silver gray hair and be on the cover of Vogue, like Kristen McMenamy. Underarm hair with a party dress is cool, thanks to Julia Roberts and Miley Cyrus. At 84 and 76, Jane Fonda and Helen Mirren still rule the …

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Selena Gomez Bundles Up in a Warm Sweater and Pants for Dinner with Friends in West Hollywood

Selena Gomez Bundles Up in a Warm Sweater and Pants for Dinner with Friends in West Hollywood By Janelle Ash for Dailymail.Com Published: 4:59 p.m. EST, February 27, 2022 | Update: 5:01 PM EST, February 27, 2022 Selena Gomez went natural while out in Hollywood on Saturday night. The 29-year-old …

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STEPHEN HEMELT – Local eye care options have made you healthier – Port Arthur News

As an optometrist, Dr. Janet Baker is passionate about eye care. When we spoke this week, the Texas State Optical doctor was thrilled to share how pharmaceutical companies, aging baby boomers, and our addiction to devices have created a leap in patient care options. “It’s the baby boomers that are …

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FDA approves eye drops that could replace reading glasses | Living

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved eye drops that could replace reading glasses for some people. In what could be a game-changer, the new eye drops could help the millions of Americans who suffer from presbyopia, which is the gradual loss of the eyes’ ability to focus …

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North Carolina deputies discover skeletal remains, personal effects and a camera belonging to an unidentified man

Investigators in North Carolina are asking for the public’s help in identifying the remains of a man found in the woods of Cherokee County under mysterious circumstances. They say they have no activity missing person cases in the area, about 185 miles west of Asheville, and evidence at the scene …

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China-Russia ties worry US and Europe amid Ukraine crisis

Mr. Xi and Mr. Putin denounced the initiatives. They have long viewed these two main areas of Washington’s strategy — promoting democracy abroad and deploying or sharing troops and military equipment — as huge threats to their nations. “It is hoped that the US side will take off its tinted …

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The 12 Best Rose Gold Watches

While having endless information at your fingertips has certainly made life more convenient, I sometimes feel nostalgic for the days when wristwatches reigned supreme as a method of telling time. There’s something so worthy about a watch – when done well, it is elegant yet profoundly practical; a no-frills fashion …

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Humps Optics launches indestructible polarized sunglasses

If you’re looking for an affordable pair of polarized sunglasses, it’s time to cancel your search because Humps Optics has more than just great features. Forged in the heart of the mountain adventure, Humps crafts polarized sunglasses using the most hardcore recycled plastics so you can beat ’em, drop ’em, …

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Reviews | Losing my sight helped me see more clearly

He had also, fascinatingly, used data to draw conclusions about pain and happiness. Unemployment, he discovered, caused more than just emotional distress. Men looking for work reported physical pain and took more painkillers. As for happiness, one of the best ways to increase it, according to his analysis of survey …

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Rahul Bajaj 1938-2022: an intimate tribute to a courageous, industrious and larger than life presence

On Saturday, India lost a corporate colossus, and I lost a longtime guru, friend and older brother. A supremely independent man with a powerful, larger-than-life physical presence, Rahul Bajaj had been suffering from rapidly declining health for the past few months. His close friends, including myself, prayed that a man …

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DAPHNE’S DIVE at the Signature Theater

Rayanne Gonzales and Jonathan Atkinson inDaphne’s plunge at the Signature Theatre. picture byChristopher Muller. Signature Theater once again welcomes the public to its ARK space with Daphne’s plunge, a dazzling, powerful and moving ensemble piece by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Quiara Alegria Hudes, perfectly suited to Signature’s intimate theatrical space. Daphne’s …

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International student struggling with his identity – Old Gold & Black

Code-switching in the international student community causes internal dilemmas “Which do you prefer, ‘Olivia’ or ‘Yushuo’?” a teacher asked me face-to-face. Silence. “Uh…” I should have been used to this question after filling out so many Google forms asking for my preferred first name. However, this time there was someone …

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If you’re wearing glasses reading this, you’ll want to know more about “magic eye drops”

NEWS AT A GLANCE If you are over forty, chances are you have a pair of reading glasses. As we age, blurred vision is a part of life. But now the situation is clearing up for many. People call them magic drops. It’s a new FDA-approved treatment that allows some …

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Education Reforms Must Not Leave Out Alaska Students

Through Tiffany Zulkosky, Bryce Edgmon, Neal Foster, Josiah Patkotak, Chalyee Eesh Richard Peterson, La quen naay Liz Medicine Crow and Waahlaal Giidaak Barbara Blake Update: 1 One hour before Published: 1 One hour before iStock/Getty Images Teaching and learning is a deeply personal experience—based in large part on the unique …

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It’s gold, baby. But Niclas Castello’s cube is nothing new in art.

The fun thing about concept art is that it’s totally easy to create. You can say something about the increasingly virtual way many of us are experiencing the world and the explosive popularity of NFTs (non-fungible tokens) – or seem to be saying something profound, anyway – simply by staging …

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Rain Brown recovers TikTok after being banned

The youngest of the Alaskan Bush People, Rainbow Brown, reveals she was finally able to get her TikTok account back after an accidental ban. Alaskan bush people‘s Rain Brown gets her TikTok account back after being blocked from her own page. For years, Rain captured the hearts of viewers as …

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Reading Glasses Market Size, Share, Growth Overview, Competitive Analysis

New Jersey, United States,- This detail Reading glasses market The report outlines the growth development and analysis of the industry, which plays an important role for new market players entering the market. The new players in the market can get a comprehensive overview of the main aspects that control the …

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From ‘Hot Cape to Cold Cape’: Kingsley Holgate’s latest 30,000km expedition aims to fight malaria

adventurer Kingsley Holgate will battle malaria on a grueling 30,000 km transcontinental expedition Hugo Chichava, goodbye malaria Explorer and humanitarian Kingsley Holgate and his team will set off on a 30,000 km journey from Cape Agulhas in South Africa to Nordkapp in Norway to raise funds for the fight against …

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A real showman – Beauty & the Beast review as it roars through the Sunderland empire

From the huge shimmering sets, transported across the country in 23 trucks, to the booming voice of the beast that resonates throughout the Empire and to the bulging biceps of Gaston, Beauty & the Beast is a true spectacle juggernaut. The Disney blockbuster roared onto the Sunderland Empire stage for …

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Why does alcohol disturb my sleep?

Some people drink closer to bedtime to help them fall asleep. But it can trigger a dangerous cycle of more fragmented sleep, followed by heavy drinking. “I see a lot of people self-medicating for insomnia with alcohol, which is definitely not good practice,” said Dr. Sabra Abbott, assistant professor of …

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Evan Rachel Wood: Marilyn Manson ‘basically raped’ me on camera

Evan Rachel Wood claims she was ‘essentially raped on camera’ by Marilyn Manson in part one of Phoenix rising, Wood’s new documentary that premiered Sunday night at the Sundance Film Festival. The film details her recurring relationship with the rocker, who Wood says abused her “horribly” for years from 2006 …

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Square Kilometer Array against the James Webb Space Telescope

The late-December headline-grabbing launch of the James Webb Space Telescope is humanity’s latest attempt to learn more about the origins of our universe. Like the Square Kilometer Array (SKA), the James Webb had been in the engineering pipeline for decades. The SKA is a much larger project, coming online in …

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‘Heart’ of Little Shell

BIG FALLS — Louella Fredrickson has long created workarounds to fill gaps in the unequal medical care she had as a member of the small Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians in Montana. The 86-year-old uses reading glasses from a dollar store to improve her blurry vision because she worries about …

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A healthy young TikTok creator lives in a retirement village

Liz, 30, left her audience puzzled after revealing that despite her young age and perfect health, she lives in a community of mostly elderly people. When most people think of the lifestyle of a healthy 30-year-old woman, their minds are unlikely to fall by default to a lifestyle village designed …

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“The clinic is going to be the heart of it all” – High Country News – Know the West

Members of the Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians, the newest federally recognized tribe, will have guaranteed access to health care when their new medical center opens. Katheryn Houghton/KHN Louella Fredrickson has long created band-aid solutions to fill gaps in the unequal medical care available to her as a member …

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Fendi leads Milanese trends with feminine silhouettes for men | Your money

MILAN (AP) — Milan menswear designers appear to have decided the answer, but the question remains: Have the pandemic lockdowns encouraged men to adopt a more feminine silhouette, including skirts, mini dresses and capes? Milan Fashion Week’s previews for next winter and fall continued for day two on Saturday, with …

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Hicklebee’s in San Jose brings stories to life

Editor’s note: The Biz Beat is a series highlighting small businesses and local restaurants in Silicon Valley. Sitting comfortably in an aisle of the Hicklebee Bookstore, 11-year-old Calvin shares a book with his 9-year-old brother, Malcolm. The boys look like they’re at home, which isn’t surprising since their mother Emily …

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Dogs in the wild – indonesia expat

Ready to recycle more and drive less? Living a green lifestyle is generally the incentive to adopt a healthy lifestyle, and taking care of yourself becomes more and more important as you get older. While illness can strike at any time, some ailments and conditions patiently wait most of your …

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Global Presbyopia Correction Devices Market Status (2016-2020) and Forecast (2021E-2026F) by Region, Product Type and End Use – Industrial Computing

Global Presbyopia Correction Devices Market research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study accurate and valuable information. The data that has been examined is calculated taking into account both the best existing players and future competitors. The business strategies of major players and new industries entering the …

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Qualcomm Works With Microsoft On Custom Chips For Next-Generation AR Glasses

Qualcomm and Microsoft are teaming up to develop a new custom Snapdragon augmented reality chip that will power future AR glasses within Microsoft’s ecosystems. The new partnership was announced during Qualcomm’s CES 2022 keynote. “We are announcing that we are developing an augmented reality Snapdragon chip customized for next-generation, energy-efficient …

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22 things that will immediately make you feel old in 2022

Looking back, 2021 hasn’t been much easier than the infamous apocalyptic 2020. And while we were all busy dealing with a pandemic, time once again seemed to pass us by. Now in the blink of an eye we have entered 2022. And with each new calendar year comes a greater …

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People magazine’s premature cover toasts Betty White’s 100th birthday

For months, People magazine editors focused on Betty White for a year-end cover story. Her 100th birthday was approaching on January 17, and readers still seemed to rejoice in her self-deprecating and slightly naughty observations. As a social media toast in recent years, Ms. White has wowed young and old …

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The best innovations in eyewear

Imagine a world without glasses. Difficult, isn’t it? For this to happen, everyone would have to have perfect vision. But for some of us, that is not possible. If you think about it, eyeglass technology has advanced significantly over the centuries, allowing eyeglasses to correct many different visual impairments. Eyewear …

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Healthy people given booster shots are unlikely to get serious infections from Omicron, data shows

Doctors and nurses caring for intensive care patients Getty Images Healthy people who received a booster shot are less likely to suffer from severe infection with the omicron variant of the coronavirus, new studies suggest. Medical experts said The Washington Post that research has shown that omicron infections have “less …

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Rams turned on punt return hero Brandon Powell – Whittier Daily News

Brandon Powell of the Los Angeles Rams returns to the end zone on a 61-yard punt return for a touchdown in the second half of an NFL football game against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, Dec. 26 2021, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo / Bruce Kluckhohn) Minnesota Vikings running back Alexander …

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10 best dresses for men and women 2022

Staff, courtesy of Lands’ End A warm dress is undeniably necessary to get through the winter. Sure, it’s useful when you get out of the shower or bath, but it’s also an extra layer to wrap you up while lounging around the house. Line up for a good book or …

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New eye drops could help millions give up their reading glasses

Millions of people who have trouble seeing the text up close may give up their reading glasses after the FDA approves new eye drops. Photo: Getty Images. A brand new type of prescription eye drops could help people in their 40s and 50s who want to ditch their reading glasses. …

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Unsung hero: As a pioneering lawyer and judge, Elreta Alexander-Ralston left an indelible mark on civil rights and criminal justice reform | Crime-and-Courts

“She was such a good compartment,” Summey said. “She just continued.” “Discover the strength of Elreta” UNCG historian and professor Virginia Summey is the author of a new biography of Judge Elreta M. Alexander-Ralston. Courtroom 2A at the Guilford County Courthouse – where his portrait hangs – is named in …

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The joy of Christmas, surpassed only by the joy of Christmas past, by Georgia Garvey

Every day for what seems like the last two months, my 3 year old asked me the same question: “Is it Christmas?” “ He asks in a voice mixed with excitement and dread, full of expectation of a thrilling day but also of fear that, when she finally arrives, someone …

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Recon: California Senate hearing; Moderna and Amgen retire from JPM

Posted on December 14, 2021 | Through Kari oakes Welcome to Regulatory Reconnaissance, your daily briefing on regulatory news and intelligence. Focus: United States Former FDA Commissioners Endorse Califf As Agency Head, Citing Urgency To Tackle Omicron (WaPo) Califf goes to Congress (POLITICO) Biotech heavyweights Moderna, Amgen pull out of …

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Can eye drops replace reading glasses?

Eye drops that improve near vision could make misplaced reading glasses less of a problem for many of the 128 million Americans who suffer from age-related near vision deficits. Vuity, which became available by prescription Thursday, is a once-daily treatment that can help people see up close without affecting their …

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Amazon’s New Kindle Carves Its Own Niche in Your Day • The Register

Review Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite e-book reader solved several issues for me and overcame an iPad shortcoming. If only that didn’t also make me guilty of adding another device to my already infested computer life. As I slide into middle age, I wear reading glasses more often. I came to them …

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Vuity passes FDA approval; new eye drops may limit the need for reading glasses

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) – New eye drops may limit the use of reading glasses. Vuity has just been approved by the Food and Drug Administration, and local ophthalmologists say it can be life changing. RELATED: Why Ophthalmologists Predict Increased Digital Eye Strain The drops are intended for people with presbyopia, …

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The secret to this frozen ham for the holidays? Racine beer.

Using a little soda in your ham frosting is an old art, but boiling your ham in two quarts of soda may be a newer practice. The first two-liter bottle was not invented until the early 1970s, when Pepsi released one. That must have paved the way for cooking your …

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Livingetc 2021 Christmas Gift Guide

We publish a guide to Christmas gifts every year in Livingetc, and it’s always an edition of the best to buy. But this time, instead of asking the team to compile it, I reached out to a few of my favorite interior designers, people who I have impeccable confidence in …

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COVID news: Omicron variant, boosters, revolutionary cases

A medical worker wears plastic gloves at a temporary coronavirus screening clinic in Seoul, South Korea on Monday, November 29, 2021. The emergence of the new omicron variant and the world’s desperate and possibly futile attempts to hold it down from afar are reminders of what scientists have warned for …

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Community Club Wine and Beer March this Friday on WP Square> PenCityCurrent.com

BY CHUCK VANDENBERGPCC EDITOR WEST POINT – A little seasoning for the holiday season will take place in West Point Square on Friday. The West Point Community Club’s annual wine and beer walk will take place from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the plaza with 10 vendors sharing local …

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A tasting experience led me to study oenology

The classiest glass of wine I have ever had was not in a glass at all, but it still changed my life. It all started with a weekend excursion. For most of my 20s I was interested in wine, but I was content to just scratch the surface lightly, attend …

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Black Friday 2021 Nest Thermostats Deals – Get a Great Discount on Nest Smart Thermostats Sale

Nest is a good investment. This can save you money on your energy bills. You can buy it at a better price on Black Friday! Nest thermostats are the new way to optimize your energy use and save money on heating or cooling bills. They feature self-learning technology so they …

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What is orthokeratology? And will it help slow the deterioration of my child’s eyesight?

If you or your child is nearsighted (struggling to see things beyond), you may have heard of orthokeratology. Also called OK or ortho-k, orthokeratology has been around since the 1960s. However, there has been recent interest in its ability to slow the progression of myopia (nearsightedness). Orthokeratology involves wearing a …

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Hayao Miyazaki prepares to cast a final spell

STUDIO GHIBLI Perhaps never would have existed if Suzuki, now 73, had not found a way to overcome Miyazaki’s anger. The two met in 1979, when, as editor of an animated magazine, Suzuki showed up at Miyazaki’s workplace for an interview. (I speak with Suzuki in a separate online session, …

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How I aged a decade in an instant

provided Seeing his face in his new glasses was like going from a fuzzy romance to a horror movie, says Joel Maxwell. OPINION: As we approach the end of the year, which has ended up being worse than the last, I have to share the story of my rapid aging …

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James Lowe obituary (1940 – 2021) – Charlotte, North Carolina

James edmund lowe October 10, 1940 – November 16, 2021 Charlotte, North Carolina – Our hero is gone and life will never be the same again. For me (Gina), it’s hard to list the memories that I cherish the most. Sometimes the little things leave a mark on the soul. …

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Are you getting ready for Thanksgiving? We found a sale on a turkey fryer as well as other great deals

BestReviews is supported by readers and can earn an affiliate commission. Details. Thanksgiving is fast approaching and most of us need some help preparing for the big day. Whether it’s getting the kitchen ready for the big meal or making sure your home is clean and comfortable for guests, there …

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An ode to Annie’s white cheddar shells the badger herald

We all came home at night and rummaged through our trash cans and cupboards for the perfect late night snack, though you never really know what that snack will be like until you find it tucked away behind all the healthy options. You gaze at the Cheez-Its which is always …

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A 15 minute grocery delivery that took 21 minutes

He is an automobile designer who gives beauty treatments to Ferraris, Lamborghinis and old barns. Those crisp, oxidized layers? Layers of paint. On any given day Kosilla might brew a supercar like a Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG 003 which is sold to a billionaire. Or high pressure wash a 1990’s …

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Schumer spotted a mask rule violation in Puerto Rico

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer hit the dance floor in Puerto Rico on Friday night to celebrate Democrats’ long-awaited vote on infrastructure – but ditched his face mask, despite strict local rules that require them. Schumer has been spotted try merengue with city council member Carlina Rivera (D-East Village) – …

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Do you have blurred vision and eye strain?

In a world immersed in the digital space, it is inevitable that people will constantly be looking at their screens 24/7. Some people, especially those in their early to mid 40s, and sometimes even people in their late 30s, have difficulty seeing clearly, especially when looking at their smartphones or …

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Clark County History: Eva Santee, Vancouver Librarian

During World War II, young people wishing to expand their reading would find alternatives to the Carnegie Library on Main Street in Vancouver. When they couldn’t find the books by Edgar Rice Burroughs or Daphne du Maurier, they turned to the pragmatic librarian for help. Courageously, they stammered their requests. …

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What do the trees say about us?

Minimum Viable Planet is a weekly newsletter on climate things and how to keep them together in a world gone mad. This week, we’re listening to what nature has to offer in the conversation about climate solutions. October 27, 2021 I wake up in the middle of the night to …

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Q&A: over-the-counter hearing aids

Q&A: Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids With US Senator Chuck Grassley Q: Will more affordable FDA approved hearing aids be available soon? A: I have good news for the people of Iowa who have been waiting too long for cheaper over-the-counter hearing aids to hit the market. According to the Food and …

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Best Korean 2021 | Takamatsu

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I am not sure of my life path

I’m in my early 30s, and I admit I was pretty lazy and did a lot of silly things in my 20s. A lot of people around me feel like I’m one step ahead in life, and I’m just starting to figure this out. When I’m making progress or accomplishing …

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