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BMRA: Results Q2'19: Asia continues to accelerate, Europe rebounds, the United States remain weak but could return …

Biomerica IgG Antibody Test Used to Significantly Reduce Symptoms of Ulcerative Colitis and Improve Quality of LifeThe results of a randomized food exclusion study conducted by an investigator n = 97 showed that Biomerica (BMRA) the determination of the first-generation… Continue Reading →

Two years of Trump's anti-immigration tactics put marginalized groups at risk – another couple …

It has been two long years since Donald Trump was elected President of the United States of America. Since the 45th President took office in January 2017, the people of the United States and the international community have watched the… Continue Reading →

3 reasons why Waste Connections (WCN) is a growing stock

Growth-focused investors focus on equities with above-average financial growth, as this feature helps these stocks attract market attention and generate strong returns. But finding a growth stock that lives up to its true potential can be a daunting task. In… Continue Reading →

VERIFICATION OF THE FACTS: Trump's super-talkative, hard-hitting week

WASHINGTON (AP) – President Donald Trump discussed all sorts of things last week while he was coming out of a "lonely" spell during the holidays. For more than 90 minutes, he spoke in front of the press, at the summit… Continue Reading →

48 hours in. . . Paris, insider guide of the City of Light

The uniform sandstone of the Haussmann buildings, the abundance of gilded historic monuments, the sparkling Seine and its elegant bridges have undeniably made Paris the most recognizable and romantic urban landscape in the world. But while the city has its… Continue Reading →

CHECK FACTS: Trump is not stuck nonstop at the White House

WASHINGTON (AP) – Eager to defend the government from long-standing closure of its wall, President Donald Trump pretends to remain stuck in the White House, while waiting for an agreement with the Democrats. He is also rewriting history about his… Continue Reading →

American men fantasize about "sexy nurses" because they want to have a mother

One of the many reasons why men die younger than women on average seems to be a reluctance to seek medical care, a reluctance that seems to go against long-standing sexual objectivation. nurses. How did nurses become sex objects? There… Continue Reading →

Yes, the new movie Mary Queen of Scots is inaccurate – but do not worry, historians do not hear about it …

The story of Mary Queen of Scots, full of dramas and tragedies, has always been a favorite of filmmakers. As early as 1895, Thomas Edison The execution of Mary Stuart, a short film that was the first to use special… Continue Reading →

Brexit and the Irish border explained why the headache does not go away so soon

The "Irish question" is at the forefront of the Brexit negotiations, even though the formal discussion on the shape of Britain's future relations with the EU has not even begun yet. Withdrawal of Theresa MayHaving suffered a crushing defeat in… Continue Reading →

What you need to know about the beta value of KemPharm, Inc. (NASDAQ: KMPH)

Anyone looking for KemPharm, Inc. (NASDAQ: KMPH) might want to take into account the historical volatility of the share price. Volatility is considered a measure of risk in modern financial theory. Investors may think that volatility is divided into two… Continue Reading →

How women scientists have been systematically stripped of their ideas

I am not saying that someone stole the Nobel Prize from someone else. Nothing has been stolen. At the same time, it's as if someone had been stolen. But you decide. The facts are clear enough. In 1967, Jocelyn Bell… Continue Reading →

China's internal problems will threaten Xi Jinping's reign

Yun TangPolitics, Asia Political reform paved the way for the collapse of the Qing Dynasty and is preparing for Beijing again. China's internal challenges will threaten Xi Jinping's reign after New Year's Day, Professor Zheng Yefu of Peking University made… Continue Reading →

Different breeds, same boat

Toward the end of his life, Martin Luther King Jr. shifted from exclusive attention to racial justice to more general inequality of opportunity. The United States was "a nation sip of moneyHe wrote, "while millions of citizens are being denied… Continue Reading →

Drew Brees by Opta numbers: 10 facts for QB's birthday

Fifteen-quarters of the NFL's history began their matches after 40 years. On Sunday, that number will rise to 16. The New Orleans Saints quarterback, Drew Brees, celebrated his important birthday on Tuesday and is expected to maintain his record season… Continue Reading →

Two years of Trump's anti-immigration tactics put marginalized groups at risk – another couple …

It has been two long years since Donald Trump was elected President of the United States of America. Since the 45th President took office in January 2017, the people of the United States and the international community have watched the… Continue Reading →

Is Roto-Gro International Limited (ASX: RGI) financially sound?

Roto-Gro International Limited (ASX: RGI), whose balance sheet carries no debt, can optimize return on capital by increasing debt because of its lower cost of capital. However, the compromise is that RGI will have to meet strict debt obligations, which… Continue Reading →

Classical desert betting overview: Why is the world's # 1 declining Justin Rose not as risky as you might think

The PGA tour begins its Californian drive this week with the Desert Classic 2019, or as golf lovers know, the old Bob Hope Classic. This tournament has tons of history despite the rotation of sponsors over the years. Arnold Palmer… Continue Reading →

3 reasons why Waste Connections (WCN) is a growing stock

Growth-focused investors focus on equities with above-average financial growth, as this feature helps these stocks attract market attention and generate strong returns. But finding a growth stock that lives up to its true potential can be a daunting task. In… Continue Reading →

VERIFICATION OF THE FACTS: Trump's super-talkative, hard-hitting week

WASHINGTON (AP) – President Donald Trump discussed all sorts of things last week while he was coming out of a "lonely" spell during the holidays. For more than 90 minutes, he spoke in front of the press, at the summit… Continue Reading →

Meeting with Richard Pybus – The Englishman trying to revive the Caribbean cricket

"I do not want to talk about historical labor issues," says Richard Pybus. "I want to talk about cricket." These words are not a regular introduction for a new head coach of a national cricket side. But they reflect how… Continue Reading →

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