National Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2019 From Harlem To Harare

National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM), is an annual international health campaign organized by major breast cancer charities every October.

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An Icon Reimagined From Harlem To Harare

A timeless silhouette redefined by Riccardo Tisci for Burberry is perfect for the Harlem man or woman. Continue Reading →

Modern Students And Technology – The Advantages And Disadvantages Today

Today, the development of society is in parallel with informatization. This is reflected in all spheres of life and professional activity of people. Continue Reading →

Op-Ed: How Personal And Societal Issues Intersect The Effect Of Shame From Harlem To Harare

Note: Ms. Grey offers this work as a living document, not complete, and in process. She looks forward to developing the work through dialogue. We commend her bravery in this regard and invite you to participate.
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Surprised? Young Teens Who Are Bullied From Harlem To Harare Are More Likely To Attempt Suicide

The scope of bullying has increased tremendously with the inception of the internet and social media. In a new study, researchers have found that taunts and teases can have lasting impacts on young teens. Continue Reading →

The Advantages Of Online Freelance Writing From Harlem To Harare

There are two genres of writers, professional and amateur. Amateur writers write to satisfy their creative urge without looking for any monetary benefits to come in. Continue Reading →

How Plastic Particles End Up In Our Bodies From Harlem To Harare

By Dr. Mercola

It was a sad day in October 2015 when researchers from the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) announced they had detected plastic litter on the surface of Arctic waters. Continue Reading →

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