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Research Suggests There's a Big Overlooked Benefit of Having Dyslexia

Research Suggests There’s a Big Overlooked Benefit of Having Dyslexia

The modern world is stitched together by threads of written language. For those with the reading disorder dyslexia, the endless tangle of words can feel like an obstacle to survival.   Long framed purely as a learning disorder, the neurological condition that makes the decoding of text so difficult could also benefit individuals and their …

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Ole Miss players celebrate a home run by Tim Elko during Saturday night's Collee World Series game. The Rebels overpowered OU 10-3 in Game 1 of the championship series at Charles Schwab Field in Omaha, Neb.

OU baseball loses Game 1 of College World Series finals to Ole Miss

OMAHA, Neb. — The Rebels took a victory lap around Charles Schwab Field. Ole Miss held a two-run lead over Oklahoma during the eighth inning of Saturday’s College World Series Finals opener when it caught fire at the plate. TJ McCants ignited the scoring spree by connecting on a pitch from Chazz Martinez and sending it into the …

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World Health Organization says monkeypox is not a global health emergency right now

World Health Organization says monkeypox is not a global health emergency right now

The World Health Organization on Saturday said the rapid spread of monkeypox across dozens of nations does not represent a global health emergency at this time. WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus described monkeypox as an evolving health threat, however, and urged governments around the world to step up surveillance, contact tracing, testing and to …

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USA swimmer Anita Alvarez speaks out after fainting during world championship: 'I am okay and healthy'

USA swimmer Anita Alvarez speaks out after fainting during world championship: ‘I am okay and healthy’

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! USA Artistic Swimming’s Anita Alvarez is speaking out after she fainted while performing at the world championships in Budapest, Hungary.  In a post on Instagram, the athlete wrote that she would “give a brief update soon.”  “But in the meantime know that I am okay and healthy! …

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Coach dives into pool to rescue American swimmer Anita Alvarez at World Championships | CNN

Coach dives into pool to rescue American swimmer Anita Alvarez at World Championships | CNN

CNN  —  American swimmer Anita Alvarez was rescued from the bottom of the pool by her coach at the FINA World Aquatic Championships in Budapest, Hungary, after she lost consciousness. Coach Andrea Fuentes jumped into the pool after she saw the 25-year-old artistic swimmer sink to the bottom at the end of her routine in …

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Weight loss expert, Dr. Mohit Bhandari talks about how Allurion has designed a scientific method that is making an impact world over - Times of India

Weight loss expert, Dr. Mohit Bhandari talks about how Allurion has designed a scientific method that is making an impact world over – Times of India

The lockdowns and resultant working from home culture have made many young people compromise on their physical activity. The result is added weight on their body, which they often struggle to get rid of. While most people wish that they could lose it quickly, real success lies in losing weight gradually and steadily. Healthy weight …

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An Ancient Killer Is Rapidly Becoming Resistant to Antibiotics, Scientists Warn

An Ancient Killer Is Rapidly Becoming Resistant to Antibiotics, Scientists Warn

Typhoid fever might be rare in developed countries, but this ancient threat, thought to have been around for millennia, is still very much a danger in our modern world. According to new research, the bacterium that causes typhoid fever is evolving extensive drug resistance, and it’s rapidly replacing strains that aren’t resistant.   Currently, antibiotics …

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