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Surges of obesity discrimination in healthcare

According to research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, weight discrimination and bias is widespread in medicine. Weight prejudice in medicine may be due, at least in part, to a lack of obesity teaching in undergraduate and graduate medical school. There is considerably less education regarding weight bias and stigma, as well as its influence on the health of those who are overweight.

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Review: Any Way the Wind Blows by Rainbow Rowell

In 2013, Rainbow Rowell released the book Fangirl, a book about a college student who writes fanfiction about her favorite characters – Simon Snow and Tyrannus Basilton “Baz” Grimm-Pitch – in her favorite book series. From there, Rowell must have seen the desire her fans had of reading the character’s fanfictions to be able to come up with the idea of writing them herself and releasing them as a three-part series. The title of the first book, Carry On, was picked straight out of its book of origination, Fangirl, and with its success after its release in 2015, she subsequently released Wayward Son in 2019. Now, in 2021, Rowell released the final installment to the series, which is titled Any Way the Wind Blows.

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Newly passed Texas bill cuts topics addressing inequality

Texas has recently passed a bill that would cut many U.S. history topics in school curriculums, targeting subjects that point to racial inequality within the nation.

Senate Bill 3, says that a “teacher may not be compelled to discuss a particular current event or widely debated and currently controversial issue of public policy or social affairs.”

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The CDC revisits mask guidelines

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) could be revising its mask guidelines soon because of a recent spike in COVID-19 cases. Since May, guidelines said that people who are completely vaccinated against COVID no longer need to wear their masks in large or small gatherings, regardless of whether they’re indoor or outdoor.

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LGBTQ+ Athletes Broke Olympics Record

The 2020 Olympics have finally begun in Tokyo after many missteps and a year of delay, but a record is already broken before the games even begin. According to Outsports, there will be at least 163 LGBTQ+ athletes participating in the game, nearly triple the 56 athletes back in 2016.

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The 2021 Olympic opening ceremony kicks off the games

Hundreds of protestors marched outside, as Tokyo’s 2021 Olympic opening ceremony took place today. Demonstrators claimed that Tokyo should not have hosted the Olympics this year because of the pandemic. COVID cases are still at record highs in the area. Regardless, Tokyo kicked off the controversial 2021 Olympic games with a dazzling opening ceremony.

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