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As Obesity Claims 2.8 Million Lives Annually The Blame Game Shifts to a Weak Metabolism

Research analysts at LeanAndFit have found that in order to reduce extra body fat, you would first need to re-activate your mitochondria reserves.

A Silent Pandemic: Non-communicable Diseases

With a unique occupational health assessment service and access to clinics nationwide the business provides high quality, expert medical advice.

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Unravel the Complexity of Immigration: Benefits of Hiring a Skilled Migration Visa Lawyer

Ever tried to untie an intricate knot, or decipher a cryptic puzzle? That’s what the immigration process resembles, wrapped...
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Tribal advocates keep up legal pressure for fair political maps

a national project on map fairness for Indigenous populations continues to fight for changes, with North Dakota at the center of the movement.

Florida Wildlife Corridor study reveals role in climate resilience, population growth

a new study sheds light on the pivotal role of Florida's Wildlife Corridor in mitigating the effects of climate change coupled with a surge of new residents.

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Florida Wildlife Corridor study reveals role in climate resilience, population growth

a new study sheds light on the pivotal role of Florida's Wildlife Corridor in mitigating the effects of climate change coupled with a surge of new residents.

The National Learning Institute: A Guide to Lifelong Education

In this guide, we delve into the mission, programs, and impact of the National Learning Institute, exploring how it empowers learners to thrive in an ever-evolving world.