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- Eat This, Not That!
For decades, the advice for those who want to lose weight has been pretty simple: Consume fewer calories, burn more—with the emphasis on the output.But recent research has found that the key to weight loss is more subtle. "The quality of the diet is much more important than the quantity of calories," says JoAnn Manson, MD, DrPH, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and chief of preventive medicine at Brigham&Women's Hospital. Instead of counting calories of any kind, focusing on eatin
- Eat This, Not That!
Losing weight and having a flat stomach is a goal many people work towards, but getting rid of that stubborn belly fat can oftentimes be challenging. No matter how many crunches or trendy diets we do, sometimes it feels like the weight just isn't coming off. But don't give up. Losing that belly fat is possible. Eat This, Not That! Health, talked to several experts about how to really lose abdominal fat. Read the 12 tips below. Read on—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't mis
- The Providence Journal
At least 45 people who attended a Nov. 6 homecoming dance at Pilgrim High School have tested positive for COVID-19.
- The New York Times
MINNEAPOLIS — When Mauri Friestleben learned that Minneapolis was rolling out a new school integration plan — and that the school she led, a predominantly Black, low-income high school, would soon include white students from some of the wealthiest neighborhoods in town — she looked around and proudly considered all that her school had to offer. The hallways at North Community High are a tapestry of blue and white, the school colors. The curriculum had been updated to expand access to advanced pl
Over 50 high school students were suspended in both Illinois and Tennessee after they participated in the Nardo Wick "Who Want Smoke" TikTok challenge.
- Atlanta Black Star
‘He’s Not Breathing’: Black Teen Tased, Pepper-Sprayed During Texas School Protests As Students Look On In Horror, Some Trying to Help
Social media is ablaze after video emerged on Friday, Nov. 19, of police pepper-spraying and tasing a Black teenage student during a wide-scale disruption at […]
- Fox News
London headmaster resigns amid complaints after introducing Critical Race Theory in curriculum: report
Robin Appleby, the headmaster of the exclusive American School in London has reportedly announced her resignation amid allegations of racist and anti-Semitic incidents at the school since she introduced Critical Race Theory (CRT) into the curriculum during the George Floyd protests last year.
- Business Insider
The trucker shortage is fueled by a misconception that the job is only for low-skilled people, who endure poor working conditions, says expert
The reason for the truck-driver shortage lies with the public's misconceptions about the realities of the job, according to an expert.
- Los Angeles Times Opinion
Editorial: Colleges' overreliance on adjunct faculty is bad for students, instructors and academic freedom
Adjunct faculty, generally underpaid and without job security, make up 75% of all college instructors. Higher education now depends on them, which could be a saving grace.
- The Providence Journal
Acting Principal Pamela Bernardi is in charge at Pilgrim High as the Warwick school experiences a COVID outbreak following a recent homecoming dance.
- E! News
After being delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, 24-year-old activist Malala Yousafzai shared photos from her recent Oxford University graduation ceremony with her husband in attendance.
- USA TODAY
Caste is unfamiliar to many Americans, but colleges, at the urging of South Asian students, include it in their anti-discrimination policies.
- The Oklahoman
For years the University of Alabama collected remains from Native American grave sights. Oklahoma tribes want their sacred remains returned.
- The State
“Our children can’t read in South Carolina. We’re the worst,” the bill’s sponsor said. “Why are we dealing with this stuff?”
Students at Iona Preparatory School in New York state walked out of class on Tuesday in support of a Black […] The post Walkout staged at NY prep school after racist comment from staffer appeared first on TheGrio.
For almost a year and a half, due to the pandemic, many people's lives have been all about change -- and these changes may include finding a new place to live. Homebuyers often have their sights set...
- The Daily Beast
Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily BeastFor more than a year after its publication, author George Johnson’s memoir All Boys Aren’t Blue was met with universal acclaim. The book, an account of Johnson’s upbringing as a queer Black boy, landed on “best of 2020” lists at Kirkus Reviews and the New York and Chicago public libraries.“There were no attacks until about eight weeks ago,” Johnson told The Daily Beast.The shift occurred near the beginning of the 2021 school year, when a coordina
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Nancy Parra-Quinlan teaches engineering, robotics and more at Kino Junior High School in Mesa Public Schools.
- The Wrap
"Whichever opinion donates the highest collective dollar amount, wins," the comedian wrote on Instagram
- The Courier
A federal judge will hear arguments Wednesday on whether Terrebonne Parish school officials acted properly when they closed Pointe-aux-Chenes Elementary.