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Humans Could Consume a Disastrous Amount of Natural Resources by 2060

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The United Nations Environment Programme’s Global Resources Outlook — the flagship report of the UN’s International Resource Panel, due to be published later this month — …

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How Much Does a Paralegal Make a Year?

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The median annual salary for a paralegal is $59,200, according to the latest figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. But depending on where you live, …

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I’ve Inherited a House! Now What?

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First things first: You need to understand what, exactly, you’ve inherited, with whom you may need to share the inheritance, and what liens (including but not …

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The Benefits of Care Companions for Seniors Living Alone

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What is home companion care? Home companion care is defined as a service that provides fellowship, emotional support, and socialization for older adults or people with …

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Everything You Need to Know About a Power of Attorney

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What is a power of attorney? A power of attorney (POA) gives one or more persons the power to act on behalf of another person. The primary parties …

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New ‘Murder She Wrote’ & ‘Little House on The Prairie’ Channels Streaming on Pluto TV

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If you’re in the mood for some nostalgic television, Pluto TV has just added two brand-new channels to their free streaming service that will take you …

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How to Organize a Closet According to Professional Organizers

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Does peering into your closet make you feel stressed? Have you lost a favorite sweater or pair of shoes in there? Is it taking longer and …

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Your Daily Horoscope for Feb. 25, According to ChatGPT

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Each day, we ask ChatGPT to look at what the stars hold in store for each Zodiac sign. Here’s what the AI engine had to say …

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The Most Popular Languages Spoken in Person & Online

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Even in a globalized world, language barriers have the potential to exclude people from access to information and participation in the global conversation. After all, what …

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Half of Adults in the UK Have Now Used Buy Now, Pay Later

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The popularity of BNPL keeps growing, but consumers are still waiting for better protection. Half of adults in the UK – around 26.4 million Brits – …

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How to Give Your Cat a Massage & Why Your Cat Needs One

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Cat massage is a wonderful way to bond with your feline friend while promoting relaxation and well-being. Understanding the benefits of cat massage and how to …

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Surprising Facts You Didn’t Know About the Apollo 11 Moon Landing

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Oh boy, it’s been a while since we’ve had a proper moon landing. The last American moon landing dates back to the Apollo 17 expedition in …

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The Best Way to Keep Your Fridge Stocked & Organized

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Do you know how to organize your fridge? It’s not an easy task to organize it or keep it organized, especially if you have a family. …

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Do You Know How Much Your Personal Trainer Really Makes?

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A personal trainer earns an average of $67,012 a year, according to the latest data from Salary.com. However, salaries typically fall somewhere between $48,347 and $82,320. …

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You’re Not a Real Boomer if You Hate These 15 Iconic Movies

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Baby boomers were there for Woodstock in 1969, watched the moon landing live on TV, and protested the Vietnam War. This generation experienced the birth of …

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What Do Investors Really Care About Right Now?

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Starting from Hero, Got Nothing to Lose  Tracy Chapman’s return to the stage to perform her 1988 song “Fast Car” made major Grammy headlines this week. …

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How to Manage Your Parents Different Senior Living Care Needs

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Making decisions about your parents’ different senior living care needs It’s not unusual for parents to develop different care needs as they age, even if some …

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Burning Fossil Fuels Linked to Pollutants in Corals, Study Finds

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While scientists have known that pollutants from human activities like agriculture, plastic production and coastal development threaten corals, a new study is the first to find …

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How to Follow a Healthy Diet Plan for Diabetic Seniors

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3 key steps towards a healthier diet for elderly diabetic patients Adapting to new food needs can be challenging for seniors, especially when they have relished …

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These Amazon Slides are Great for People With Plantar Fasciitis

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Nothing beats stepping into a comfy pair of slides at the end of a long day or when you’re wanting a casual look. But, if you’re …

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Exciting News for 80s Kids: Rainbow Brite Dolls are Back!

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Calling all ’80s kids! If you have fond memories of playing with a Rainbow Brite doll, we have some very exciting — and colorful — news. …

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Are Contactless Credit Cards Really Safe?

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Contactless credit cards are a no-touch form of payment that works by using radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to process transactions. They are effectively an alternative …

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27 Things You Should Never Do Overseas

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American culture is dotted with many customs and gestures that Americans use without hesitation. But these common things can be problematic when traveling abroad, because what …

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Your Daily Horoscope for Feb. 24, According to ChatGPT

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Each day, we ask ChatGPT to look at what the stars hold in store for each Zodiac sign. Here’s what the AI engine had to say …

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February’s Full Moon is the Only Micromoon All Year

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February’s full moon officially arrives in the morning hours on Saturday, Feb. 24, but that’s not the only time you should watch the skies this weekend. …

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Costa Rica, Germany and More Countries With a Higher Life Expectancy Than the US

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“Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness” – that’s the American promise, right? However, when it comes to the “life” part, it seems America has some …

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Processed & Packaged Foods Increase PFAS Levels in Human Blood, Study Finds

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A new study led by researchers from University of Southern California (USC)’s Keck School of Medicine has found that certain foods — like processed meats, hot …

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Cybercrime Expected To Skyrocket in Coming Years

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According to estimates from Statista’s Market Insights, the global cost of cybercrime is expected to surge in the next four years, rising from $9.22 trillion in …

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Nvidia Lives Up to the Hype, Delivers Another Huge Quarter

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Ever since Nvidia first revealed to the world how much it expects to profit from the rise of artificial intelligence in May 2023, the chipmaker has …

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‘Showing the Government That We’re Going to Follow Science’: University of Florida Student Senate Adopts Green New Deal

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The University of Florida (UF) Student Senate on Tuesday became the first student government at a public university to pass Green New Deal (GND) legislation, according …