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The country had been cooking in a vat of bad news for quite some time. After ten months of the quarantine, I personally had begun to feel overdone. While we all hoped 2021 would magically be different than 2020, for me it felt like the final stretch in a marathon when all your blood glucose
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Preclinical Study Shows Safety, Efficacy, and Durability of Lowering LDL-Cholesterol Levels Long-Term in Non-Human Primates genprowebdirectory Scroll Up MORE CONTENT We use cookies to give you a better experience on genengnews.com. By continuing to use our site, you are agreeing to the use of cookies as set in our privacy policy.Got it!
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Journalism, particularly local journalism, is in trouble. The problems are financial (such as advertisers shying away from placing ads near news stories about the coronavirus), political (with institutions across the ideological spectrum surveilling and attacking reporters), and even existential (with the increasing consolidation of news operations under a few massive media brands). If you listen
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Back in 2009, a creator named ONE began a webcomic about an overpowered superhero facing an existential crisis. Who could have predicted that in the years to follow, that webcomic would be remade into a popular manga called One Punch Man? Twenty-three volumes and counting! This version — written by ONE and illustrated by the
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New York City was among the first places in the US to be impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, and with its world-famous museums and bars mostly shut down, renters and buyers started looking to greener, suburban pastures — leaving tons of real estate unclaimed and available for cheap. Here are the latest housing prices and forecasts
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My partner and I are both book nerds–we met working at a bookstore–but we don’t have a lot of overlap in our reading. He tends towards science fiction and horror, and I read YA, literary fiction, and queer lit of all genres. When we do both read the same book, though, it’s always an interesting
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Books do many things for us. They make us laugh, make us cry, scare the pants off of us, or teach us a new skill. But the best books make us think. The books that stay with us over the course of our lives are thought-provoking books. What exactly makes a book “thought-provoking”? Modernist works,
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You may love her (I do). You may hate her. Either way, if you saw The Last Jedi, you likely remember Amilyn Holdo as the Vice Admiral who took over the Resistance fleet when Leia was injured in the First Order attack. The pink haired goddess who told Poe to keep it in his pants
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This post about mystery books like Dead to Me was originally published in our mystery/thriller newsletter, Unusual Suspects. Sign up for it here to get mystery news, reviews, deals, and more! Hello mystery fans! I really love the Netflix crime show Dead To Me, starring Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini, and, without giving any spoilers,
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