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In May 2018, Perelandra, a natural foods store and juice bar in Brooklyn Heights, sold 698 pounds of celery; in May 2019, they sold 1,245 pounds of it, according ...
Abortion clinic ads in Australia blocked in error, Google says The Guardian
Abortion providers in Australia noticed a sharp drop in traffic from Google ads in the last week.
2,495 Reports of Police Bias. Not One Was Deemed Valid by the N.Y.P.D. The New York Times
A city watchdog found that complaints were not taken seriously, and recommended expanding the definition of bias to include racial, ethnic and L.G.B.T.Q. slurs.
All on 4 Dental Implants: Is it Cheaper in Costa Rica? The Tico Times
If you have lost a significant number of teeth, you may have researched the All on 4, All on 6 or All on 8 dental implant procedure. If you've received a quote for ...
The Best Dental Floss, According to Dentists New York Magazine
We asked six dentists about their favorite dental floss, including Cocofloss, Oral-B Glide Pro-Health Dental Floss, Pack of 6, Plackers Kids Dental Floss Picks, ...
HPV vaccine now recommended through age 45 in some cases The Washington Post
A federal public health advisory panel said Wednesday that people through age 45 could benefit from getting an HPV vaccine and should discuss the possibility ...
Types of Online Advertising You Should Know in 2019 G2
You know what online advertising is, but do you know the top types of online advertising used in 2019? Read on for all of the details!
How much sugar is in your bottle of flavoured gin? Metro.co.uk
The sugar *content* of flavoured gins has been revealed.
'Disgusting': Labour fury over return of Chris Williamson The Guardian
Labour MPs have expressed fury at Chris Williamson's re-admission to the party after having been suspended for suggesting the party had been “too apologetic” ...