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6 Nutritious Fruit Scraps You’re Definitely Not Eating but 100% Should

6 Nutritious Fruit Scraps You’re Definitely Not Eating but 100% Should Courtesy of Emily Laurence of Apple News Maybe you figured out that carrot tops could be blended into pesto and kale stems can be pickled with herbs. You might even fancy yourself a cooking-with-veggie-scraps master. But cooking with scraps certainly isn’t limited to vegetables. Chances are, there are fruit…

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A Positive Update on Pandemic Guidelines, and What it Means For Families

By: Catherine Pearson The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new safety recommendations for Americans who have been vaccinated against COVID-19. And for many, they offered some long-awaited good news. The agency now says that individuals who are fully vaccinated ― meaning they have received both doses of a two-round vaccine and it’s been two weeks since the second dose, or they have received a single-dose…

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10 Countries That Are Leading the World for Women in Politics

By Khanyi Mlaba Women make up half of the world’s population and yet they are still largely excluded from politics and decision-making power.  The Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU), a global organization of national parliaments, released its latest annual Women in Parliament report just a few days before International Women’s Day on March 8, and it indicated that the world is not yet on track…

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The Initiative That Teaches Disadvantaged Women to Bake

by Lucy Purdy London’s Luminary Bakery helps women who have fallen on hard times rise up and reach their potential. The almond, chocolate and cherry cake is a tongue-flirter of provocative proportions, while the salted caramel brownies – if gifted and guzzled – would release you from anyone’s bad books. The goods on display at Luminary Bakery in Stoke Newington, London, scream…

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