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Livin’ Good Currency Ep. 23: Wielding the Power of Fresh Food to Help Kids

​ The Lesson: Newman’s Own brand pizzas, pasta, lemonade, salad dressing, etc. has raised $600 million through its for-profit operations and its purpose-driven foundation, in what is now its 40th year of operations since Paul Newman first bottled up his homemade salad dressing, caused a market craze, and then gave away all the money he earned …

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Believe it or Not, Leprosy Offers the Potential to Regenerate Livers – Cutting Transplant Wait Times

​Seven banded armadillo, a natural carrier of leprosy, by Warren Garst – CC 4.0 Leprosy has appeared in medical literature as far back as there has been medical literature, but its latest appearance doesn’t involve talk of a treatment or cure, but rather a unique ability the parasites that cause leprosy have to regenerate livers. …

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‘Turning Back the Tide of Extinction’ Australian Mammals Are Coming Back: Bandicoots, Bilbies, Potoroos

​Gilbert’s potoroo released at TwoPeoples Bay. Credit: DBCA. For those roo-ting for Australian wildlife, there’re reasons to jump for joy as several endangered marsupials begin the road to recovery in their native habitats. Starting with the world’s most-endangered marsupial, 4 male and 2 female Gilbert’s potoroos were released into the great southern region of the …

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Historians Stunned: Uzbekistan Nomads Supplied a Third of the Bronze Used Across Ancient Mediterranean

​Uluburun shipwreck CC 2.0. Markus Studer Cutting edge analysis of tin isotopes has shown that tiny tribes of pastoral nomads from modern-day Uzbekistan supplied a third of all the precious tin needed to make the bronze which fueled Ancient Mediterranean commerce. Getting the tin from Uzbekistan to the Med involved a vast multi-regional, multi-vector trade …

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Half of People Say Holiday Season Should Last Longer–With 74% Saying Holiday Prepping Puts Them in a Good Mood

​Casey Chae Half of Americans said there’s not enough time in the holiday season to do everything they want to do, according to a new poll—but it all puts them in a good mood. The survey asked 2,000 adults about how they spend time during the holiday season and found that 52% try to fit …

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Twin ‘Saved Sister’s Life’ in Womb by Sending Distress Signal Forcing Early Delivery That Uncovered Major Problem

​Winnie (L) and Poppy (R) – SWNS A twin saved her sister’s life while still in the womb, by sending out distress signals prompting doctors to deliver them early—which turned out to be critical for the other twin’s survival. Preemie Poppy McBride’s heart rate began to waver on the monitor at 31 weeks and five …

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World’s Oldest Pen Pals Turn 100, After 84 Years of Transatlantic Letters–And Now They’re Meeting on Zoom

​Pen pals Geoff Banks and Celesta Byrne – via SWNS The world’s oldest pen pals have both turned 100 years old, and are celebrating 80 years of letters sent across the pond. Geoff Banks from Devon, England, and American Celesta Byrne from New Jersey started writing to each other in 1938, when they were just …

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Teen Lifts a Truck to Free His Trapped Father: ‘My Son is My Hero’ (WATCH)

​ A 15-year-old is being hailed as a hero after lifting a truck that had fallen on his father’s chest. The brakes on the truck that Matthew Wilkinson uses for work needed immediate repair last Monday and, fortunately, his son had come out to the garage and agreed to help his dad. As Mr. Wilkinson …

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