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A New Study Shows COVID Anxiety Aged Teens’ Brains

The way that the pandemic was handled took people’s jobs, businesses, and, in some cases, lives.

Inflation Forcing Many Young People to Live with Parents

More than half of young adults ranging from 18 to 25 say they are struggling to pay their bills and still live at home due to inflation.

3 Takeaways From the CCP Congress Where Xi Jinping Tightened His Stranglehold on China

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) just concluded its 20th party congress.

Heritage Foundation Report: American Military Is ‘Weak’

In a stunning release on Tuesday highlighting its “2023 Index of U.S. Military Strength,” the Heritage Foundation (HF) rated the U.S. military as “weak” — so weak, in fact, that it is questionable whether it could meet the demands of even a single major regional conflict.

A Big Picture Look at the Disastrous Public Health Response to COVID-19

An underlying principle of public health is, or was, to provide the public with accurate information so that they can make good health choices for themselves and their community.

Japan Launches Campaign Urging Young People to Drink More Booze

The Japanese government wants the nation’s youth to get drunk for their country.

Prison Ministries Try to Break Back in After COVID-19

Staffing shortages and ongoing pandemic restrictions have kept volunteers out—and left the incarcerated craving the kind of spiritual support they had before.

Beijing: China’s Population Declining

The Chinese regime declared on Aug. 1 that China’s population has begun to decline, and the problems of aging and low birthrate have become...

Critical Elements of Leading Alzheimer’s Study Possibly Fraudulent

Critical elements of one of the most cited pieces of Alzheimer’s disease research in the last two decades may have been purposely manipulated, according to a report in Science.

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