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COVID-19 Vaccine Technology mRNA Can Be Used for Cancer Research

The messenger RNA (mRNA) technology used for the development of Pfizer’s and Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccines will have an immense impact on health care, particularly on the fight against cancer. Right now, scientists are exploring ways by which they can use the mRNA platform to prevent cancer. It could be an incredibly effective way of reducing …

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How Creativity Keeps People Healthy during the Pandemic

The shelter-at-home issued when the pandemic started saw people staying home with nothing to do. While some people worked from home, others had to deal with the stress caused by the situation. The disease increased the stress and anxiety levels of many people, particularly among those who felt isolated. The situation also affected their health …

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Making the Case: Fighting for Laborers’ Rights

The fight for laborer’s rights is a storied one. Ever since the beginning of the industrial revolution, laborers have been fighting for their rights non-stop. Before the industrial revolution, there was no such thing as laborers’ rights. There were only tradesmen farmers, and landowners. People only had to grow crops for themselves and their communities. …

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Responsible Financial Planning for Your Retirement

Saving for retirement is an ongoing process throughout your lifetime. If you start this process as soon as you can, it’ll be more advantageous for you in the long run. A successfully prepared and executed savings plan can lead to a smooth transition into retirement. While it seems that there are a lot of factors to …

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Arts and the Environment: Is the Future of the Industry Green?

Art is an industry unlike any other. It offers various media that not only provide pleasure to those viewing it but also influence society by allowing artists to create stories that transcend through time and cultural boundaries and even influence one’s own opinion. With this in mind, art can also be considered a form of communication that …

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Quarantining with Kids: Tips on Increasing Efficiency While Working from Home

Things changed pretty quickly when the world’s leading expert in health, the World Health Organization, declared the COVID-19 outbreak as a pandemic. Schools were canceled, brick-and-mortar stores were ordered closed, and many employees were forced to adapt to a remote work setup. Although these social distancing and shelter-in-place orders tore some people apart, most families …

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Post-Construction Cleaning for the Homes You Sell: Is it DIY-Friendly?

After a house has finished building, the place is filled with dirt, dust, and debris, all of which aren’t always visible. You walk in, observe the pristine floors, but when you check the soles of your shoes, they have whitened due to the paint and sawdust. The same happens to your fingertips when you graze …

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Community Health Improvements Through Healthcare Innovations

The United States has always given priority to the improvement of healthcare in communities. It has made innovations to its healthcare systems to create a sustainable healthcare environment not only for people in cities, towns, and suburbs but also for people living in rural areas. Through the years, many advances have been made to the …

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Saving for Your Healthcare When Your Insurance Isn’t Enough

While health insurance protects us from shelling out a ton of money for our medical bills, they may not help with long-term costs. The lowest tier of health insurance in the U.S. can only cover 60% of healthcare expenses. As of 2019, healthcare plans imposed a maximum out-of-pocket limit of $7,900 for individuals and $15,800 …

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