Tag: Feature

Is the Pandemic Rewiring Kids’ Brains?

Kids’ difficulties today may affect their ability as adults to hold down jobs; they may get sick more easily and die younger. Some organizations are finding ways to provide mental health support to kids and their caregivers simultaneously. In Los Angeles, the mental health nonprofit Westside Infant-Family Network (WIN), which operates out of an office […]

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Red America’s Compassion Fatigue: A Report From Mobile, Alabama

Delta patients, it seemed, needed ICU-level care from the moment they entered the emergency room, said Tomlinson. Staff worried about the hospital’s oxygen supply, and whether the building’s infrastructure could handle running so many breathing machines at once. As soon as a Covid-19 ward was set up, it would fill, Tomlinson said. In one single […]

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A Look Inside The Kia Dealership In New Jersey That Sells Lambos, McLarens, GT-Rs And Other Exotics

Last week, we reported on a Kia dealership trending online that stocks all kinds of luxury, sports, and exotic cars alongside their normal inventory. Naturally, we were curious, so we went to check the dealership out in person, and the story as to why those cars are there was so much more than we could […]

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Would You Buy A Used Nissan Leaf That Has Less Range Than An E-Scooter?

Bigger batteries and more charging stations are helping remove the range anxiety that was preventing many from buying a new electric car. Most modern family-sized EVs can do 200 miles (322 km) or more, which is usually enough for anyone not regularly needing to cross areas of the country where charging station availability can’t be […]

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Lab to Table

The Center for Food Safety, a watchdog group, filed an unsuccessful lawsuit last year alleging that the FDA had been too quick to deem soy leghemoglobin (“heme”)—the ingredient that makes Impossible’s almost entirely plant-based burgers “bleed”—safe to eat under its existing rules on additives. The company Perfect Day was able to bring its animal-free whey […]

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How Does Don Jr. Roll?

The company’s own sales pitch to win the lease described a well-maintained building that needed little more than a paint job for the agencies to move in. But Chicora embarked on a renovation that unleashed asbestos, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and environmental assessments done by the county, and demolished multiple floors […]

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