Lucrecia Dobler

Lucrecia Dobler

Bio: Lucrecia is a journalist and English bachelor from Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has a passion for writing, research, design, and teaching. She has been a Literature teacher for the past 6 years, and she has helped design educational material in English for almost as much. She loves reading, cinema, and music. She hopes to grow as a writer and her writing to be fun and inspiring.

Why Food Keeps Getting More Expensive

Food prices keep on increasing and it does not seem the global economy is recovering after the pandemic blow. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and their Food Price Index, they went up even more rapidly over the last month with the higher rates of the decade. The new data shows that food prices in May were almost 5% more expensive than in April, the largest monthly increase since October 2010, and almost 40% higher than the same month in 2020.

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Qatar 2022: Saudi Arabia Shocks Argentina 2-1

Qatar 2022 group stages continue with yet more surprises. This Tuesday morning was Argentina’s debut against Saudi Arabia. Even though Argentina’s forward and soccer superstar Lionel Messi scored the first goal of the match, this was not enough to overpower Saudi Arabia’s strong spirit, who finished the game 2-1 with a score by Al-Dawsari.

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Colorado LGBTQ Nightclub Shooting Suspect Faces Murder and Hate Crime Charges

The victims of the deadly shooting at an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs last Saturday were identified on Monday. The man suspected of killing five people and wounding 17 others is facing murder and hate crime charges.
The five people killed were identified as: Ashley Paugh, Daniel Aston, Derrick Rump, Kelly Loving and Raymond Green Vance.
Colorado Springs police chief Adrian Vasquez said in a press conference: “Too often, society loses track of the victims of these sad and tragic events.”

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Pediatric Hospitals in Crisis amid Surge of Respiratory Viruses

As parents plan for the holidays, Washington children’s hospitals are suffering capacity and staffing issues that are putting significant strain on providers. A surge in RSV, a contagious respiratory virus, is bringing pediatric hospital staffing and financial issues to the forefront. Flu cases are also beginning to rise and hospital officials are looking toward another potential Covid-19 wave, they worry about the capacity for the state’s youngest patients.

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Messi and Cristiano, Their Last World Cup?

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is now only six days away. Nations have announced their teams for the tournament as many new names are making their dreams of representing their country come true. There are also a number of soccer stars playing in what could very well be their last World Cup.
Although Ronaldo and Messi are not even among the five oldest players at this World Cup, rumors are strong that it could be their last. The former Ballon d’Or winners have not had a great professional year. For starters, neither of the soccer captains reached the ten first positions of the French annual soccer award.

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NASA’s Artemis Moon Rocket is Hours from Launch

Once again NASA is on a countdown for the first flight of its new Artemis rocket, which is expected to carry astronauts to the moon again in a couple of years. The launch was supposed to take place back in August, but a faulty engine sensor caused it to be postponed. The 32-story-tall rocket is expected to launch tomorrow, November 16th at 1:04 a.m. EST (0604 GMT) from Launch Complex 39B at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida and its mission consists of sending a capsule, without a crew on board, around the moon and back, so that managers can put its systems through critical tests. The program also aims to put the first woman and first person of color on the moon.

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Drake reschedules Apollo Theater show to attend Takeoff’s funeral

Grammy award winner Drake was scheduled to take the stage at Harlem’s Apollo Theater in New York City for a special show this Friday (11/11) for SiriusXM. However, after receiving the news of Takeoff’s death and how his funeral has been arranged to take place on the same date, Drake has decided to reschedule.
“The Apollo show has been moved to allow us to pay respect to our dear friend this weekend,” he wrote in an Instagram story. He’s also added a second date at the venue, and the shows now will be taking place on December 6th and 7th.

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How Much Should you Exercise With a Sedentary Job?

If your job requires you to be sitting anywhere between 6 to 10 hours a day, this is considered a sedentary job. Too much sitting increases the risks of chronic illnesses, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and blood sugar.
The number one cause of death in the United States is heart disease. A chronic condition that can be prevented by moving your body every day. However how much time do you need to exercise and what kind of exercise should you choose to counteract the effects that too much sitting has on your body?

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Subtropical Storm Nicole is on track to strengthen into a hurricane as it nears Florida

A hurricane warning was issued in Florida as subtropical storm Nicole strengthens by the minute. This rare November hurricane could hit Florida’s east coast this Wednesday not two months after Hurricane Ian’s deadly destruction. The last time a hurricane struck the US in the month of November was Hurricane Kate in 1985.
The National Hurricane Center expects Nicole to keep strengthening into a Category 1 hurricane as it approaches the Sunshine State late Wednesday into Thursday morning.

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Ugg Boots Back in Fashion for Winter 2022

The key fall/winter fashion item of the early 2000s is back, although this time around, uggs don’t look exactly like they used to: the Classic Mini Platform Boot, a two-inch platform version of Ugg’s signature boot.
By far one of the most controversial footwear items, along with the Crocs and the Birkenstocks, Ugg boots definitely have their set of haters, who swear they wouldn’t be caught dead in what they deem a predictable and hideous choice for winter.
On the other hand, there are others who find them cozy, irresistible, and chic when paired with the right outfit.

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Childhood stress: how adults can support them

Recent medical studies on kids are showing alarming results: children today are more depressed and anxious than they were a decade ago. Even comparing today’s kids with those of the more stressful periods in human history. Eating disorders and suicidal thoughts have also increased and are becoming more and more frequent among younger kids.
While healthcare professionals have yet to agree on the deciding cause or causes for the deteriorating mental health of kids in our society, parents, teachers, and adults, in general, can contribute to making the world an easier and safer place for growth and development.

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Fans Wear ‘Fight Antisemitism’ Shirts in Response to Kyrie Irving’s Comments

Last Thursday Nets star Kyrie Irving tweeted a link to the movie Hebrews to Negroes: Wake Up Black America. The movie is based on a book of the same name and has been under criticism for its antisemitic tropes. Irving’s tweet caused a big controversy among Nets fans. Two days later, Kyrie went on to say that he did not regret his actions, stating that.

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