Has It Replaced The Outdated term “Colored People” ? What’s Wrong With, Americans?Native-Americans, African-Americans, European-Americans, Asian-Americans, Latin-Americans, Indian-Americans etc.. People invent new words for emotionally charged referents, but soon the euphemism becomes tainted by association Taken From The Book, Blank Slate. By Steven Pinker M | LEVEL Why We Need to Stop Saying ‘People of…

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Women’sHealth WEIGHT GAIN BY, JASMINE GOMEZ KRISTIN DOLD AND, ASHLEY MATEO Unintentional weight gain occurs when you put on weight without increasing your consumption of food or liquid and without decreasing your activity. This occurs when you’re not trying to gain weight. It’s often due to fluid retention, abnormal growths, constipation, or pregnancy. Reminder: It’s…

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Healthline Written by George Citroner Patients with COVID-19 who developed acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) could have a greater risk of long-term health issues. Additionally, people requiring intensive care are at increased risk for mental health issues like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, and depression. Impaired lung function from SARS-CoV-2 infection can negatively affect other organs like…

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BankRate Matthew Goldberg Consumer banking reporter Top 15 largest banks in the US In the years since the Great Recession, the nation’s biggest banks have grown substantially. The top 15 largest banks now hold a combined total of $11.84 trillion in assets as of March 31. Of course, every year there are changes in this…

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CNBC, Make IT By, Emmie Martin @EMMIEMARTIN Money is flooding into these 10 industries that are adding jobs and thriving Which industries are expected to thrive and grow the most over the next decade? Small-business financial solutions company Fundera analyzed data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, market research firms and investment firms to find out.  Technology, unsurprisingly, comes…

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DECLINATION By, Thales I am a broken man or, perhaps more accurately, a man who is trying to discover himself in a world that is hostile to masculinity. Mike Cernovich writes on his blog, Danger & Play, that masculinity has been rendered down to cartoonish bufoonery: There are permissible safe masculine spaces in the West. There…

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Forbes Bill Hardekopf, Contributor | PERSONAL FINANCE Is A Cashless Society Good For America? The United States continues to break away from cash transactions. The popularity of online shopping and the increase in alternative payment methods has pushed many consumers to eliminate cash from their lives. Would going cashless be good for America? What are…

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5 Tips for Staying Out of the Friend Zone GLAMOUR Written by Chiara Atik for HowAboutWe.com If your relationships constantly sway towards the platonic rather than the romantic, then, sorry to say it, but it’s probably because of something you’re doing. Luckily, it is possible to get out of the Friend Zone, and stay out…

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