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Month: June 2019

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London, United Kingdom – Homeless people are among the victims in seven percent of all reported modern slavery cases in Britain, according to research that was released by the anti-slavery charity Unseen on Friday. Unseen said human traffickers were “purposefully targeting homeless people for exploitation” and also making them commit crimes, most commonly through forced begging. Homeless people were […]

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For thousands of years people have relied on plants and herbs for their medicinal properties, using them to create healing remedies, including as aids to promote rest and combat insomnia. “There is a long, written tradition of plants helping people to sleep,” says Monique Simmonds, Ph.D., deputy director of science at London’s Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. “If […]

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Kate Beckinsale continues to wow her followers on social media. On Monday morning, the actress took to her Instagram account to share a sexy photo of herself lying in bed, and had her fans laughing with the hilarious caption about the strange things she thinks about while in the bedroom. In the sexy snapshot, Kate […]

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Madeleine Albright famously said that there’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women. I would add to that: There’s a special corner table in hell for women in tech who don’t help other women. There’s no shortage of awareness in Silicon Valley about the need for diversity and inclusion (a phrase that […]

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A new study from the University of Queensland (UQ) debunks the myth that modern strains of wheat are overbred, vulnerable varieties that are heavily dependent on pesticides and fertilizers. By looking at five decades of wheat breeding in Europe, a team led Kai Voss-Fels found that modern wheat outperformed older strains in side-by-side field trials […]

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One of the functions of poetry is to give form to experiences that, in the moment of poetic creation, cannot be grasped philosophically or through concepts. Take the mid-nineteenth century poet Charles Baudelaire, who first registered the shock and disorientation of the modern city, long before philosophers and social scientists had begun to think about […]

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It’s one big, happy family on this ABC comedy series. Fans watched Alex grow into a mature scientist, Hayley become pregnant with twins, and Luke… well, Luke just be himself. It’s been about ten years since ABC premiered Modern Family. Find out how much longer fans have to watch the Pritchetts, the Tuckers, and the Dunphys. ‘Modern Family’ […]

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Popular Twitch streamer Dr Disrespect finally gave his side of the story after being banned from both Twitch and E3 2019 for live streaming in public bathrooms at the event. Advertisement For those that have been living under a rock during this year’s E3, Dr Disrespect was banned from both Twitch and from the convention after he kept his […]