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African countries optimistic about halving deaths from malaria, but major challenges remain

PRESS RELEASE Malaria experts are very concerned that climate change could increase the threat of malaria in the region ABUJA, Nigeria,(ANN) — Central African countries surveyed in new opinion study believe that halving malaria deaths is more achievable than elimination by 2030; Malaria experts are very concerned that climate change could More...

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By admin On Wednesday, October 9th, 2019

My Life Without Sugar

My plan was to have a sugar-free month. But now I feel so much better that I can’t imagine going back. By Olivia Judson, The Guardian- pocket. Three years ago, I stopped eating sugar. My plan was to have More...

By admin On Monday, October 7th, 2019

The Only Metric of Success That Really Matters Is the One We Ignore

By Jenny Anderson, Quartz -pocket On a blustery March day five years ago, I locked arms with my mother and walked into a church in Maplewood, New Jersey to bury my brother. Bagpipes played “Amazing Grace.” More...

By admin On Monday, September 30th, 2019

How Giving Up TV For A Month Changed My Brain And My Life

The Dangers of TV By Stephanie Vozza, Fast Company Pocket I’ve never seen Game of Thrones, I don’t know what the Scandal is, and I couldn’t name a single “real” housewife. I thought I didn’t More...

By admin On Sunday, September 29th, 2019

Tired of procrastinating? To overcome it, take the time to understand it

By Daryl Chen, TED Procrastination isn’t shameful or a character flaw. Instead it’s rooted in a very human need: the need to feel competent and worthy, says educator Nic Voge. This post is part More...

By admin On Sunday, September 29th, 2019

To Tell Someone They’re Wrong, First Tell Them They’re Right

By Olivia Goldhill, Quartz – Pocket A philosopher’s 350-year-old trick to get people to change their minds is now backed up by psychologists. The 17th century philosopher Blaise Pascal is perhaps More...

By admin On Sunday, September 29th, 2019

Why a Medieval Woman Had Lapis Lazuli Hidden in Her Teeth

By Sarah Zhang, The Atlantic – Pocket What Anita Radini noticed under the microscope was the blue—a brilliant blue that seemed so unnatural, so out of place in the 1,000-year-old dental tartar she More...

By admin On Thursday, September 26th, 2019

The Simple Words That Save Lives

By William Park BBC Lessons from “expert talkers” could make all the difference when helping a person in crisis. In 1984, Dallas, Texas, a call to the emergency services went catastrophically wrong. More...

By admin On Wednesday, September 25th, 2019

Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons of Equatorial Guinea gives thumps up to Bioko Malaria Program Award

PRESS RELEASE During the 74th session of the General Assembly of the United Nations, the project won the Concordia P3 Impact Award in two categories MALABO, Equatorial Guinea, (ANN)– The Ministry of More...

By admin On Friday, September 20th, 2019

The American Brain

Wait But Why / By Tim Urban Chapter 6: The American Brain .This is Chapter 6 in a series. If you’re new to the series, visit the series home page for the full table of contents. In Chapter 5 we became More...

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