U.S. House lawmakers were inspired to enact the Pet Evacuation Bill, which requires authorities to take pets into account with their emergency training, and educate people on how to care for animals during natural disasters. Pets now must be evacuated with people.
What The World Would Lose With The Demise Of Twitter: Valuable Eyewitness Accounts And Raw Data On Human Behavior, As Well As A Habitat For Trolls
The Twitter archives allow for instant and complete access to every public tweet, which has positioned Twitter both as a archive of collective human behavior and as a credentialing and fact-checking.
Researchers found that writing as few as three weekly thank you notes over the course of three weeks improved life satisfaction, increased happy feelings and reduced symptoms of depression.
Can enterprises be designed for something besides providing maximum gains to their owners and investors? Can we even imagine enterprises designed to keep the planet thriving?
Within hours of the migrants’ arrival, Martha’s Vineyard residents and community activists mobilized to provide food, clothing, and shelter at a church for the new arrivals. Local and national fundraising efforts resulted in more than $175,000 in donations.
United States Congresswoman Katie Porter (D-California) grilled Mike Konczal, the director of Macroeconomic Analysis over the primary cause of inflation. Porter got Konczal to admit that surging corporate profits are forcing American consumers to pay significantly more for goods and services.
In a turquoise lagoon in the Maldives, a floating city is beginning to take shape. Consisting of houses, restaurants, shops, a school and a hospital, the futuristic feat of architecture opened its first units over the summer and will house 20,000 people by the time it is completed in 2027.
Over-The-Counter Hearing Aids Have Been Greenlighted By The FDA – Your Local Pharmacist Will Soon Be Able To Sell You The Device You Need
Consumers could see OTC hearing aids hitting the shelves of pharmacies nationwide by October 2022.
The Mississippi capital of Jackson has been experiencing water crises for many months now. With the recent rainfalls putting pressure on their failing system, the people of Jackson have no clean drinking water.
Human Skin Stood Up Better To The Sun Before There Were Sunscreens And Parasols – An Anthropologist Explains Why
If you stay out in the sun too long or haven’t taken sufficient precautions, your skin lets us you know with an angry sunburn. First the heat, then the pain, then the remorse.