John Lubbock

What we see depends mainly on what we look for. -Sir John Lubbock

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Health / Wellness

Black and White patients received markedly different opioid doses within individual #healthsystems , according to an #AHRQ-funded  study in @NEJM . Learn more:

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"The message lawmakers are sending Brazilians is that it pays to invade and deforest public lands" @GreenpeaceBR 's Mariana Mota Brazil is breaking record after record of deforestation and the Amazon must be protected from land grabbers!

#COVID19 vaccines can help end the pandemic. Vaccines are safe & effective and help protect against COVID-19 & variants, including Delta. Find a vaccine near you and get vaccinated against COVID-19 as soon as you can. Learn more: .

A #JustTransition  to renewable energy is the way forward. The Costa Rican Congress is set to discuss a trailblazing bill to keep oil and gas in the ground, forever. #FossilFuels  should be in the past! #CRLibredePerforaci ón #keepitintheground 

“We need the best of all of us.” Maria May, Gates Foundation senior program officer, shares her perspective on gender equality, and how the world can make it a reality.

Summer can be the hungriest time of year for many children. #NoKidHungry  is here to help with just one text. Find free meals for your kids this summer when you text ‘FOOD’ to 877-877. #ShareSummer 

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One year on from the #BeirutBlast , Rabab Saffideen looks back at @UNICEFLebanon 's work to secure medical supplies, keep vaccines cold and rebuild warehouse facilities.

Dead last. That's where the U.S. health care system ranks when compared to other high-income countries, an analysis released by the @commonwealthfnd  today finds. APHA's @nationshealth  reports: #PHNewswire 

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In a race against cheetahs and pronghorns, the fastest animals in the world, even an Olympian wouldn't stand a chance. Scientists have been looking into the laws of nature that govern maximum running speeds in the animal kingdom. @WIRED  has the findings.

Bees are important pollinators. But scientists found that: "When bees are exposed to a combination of pesticides, parasites and poor nutrition, the negative impact of each is exacerbated... Exposed to multiple agrochemicals, the effects were worse."

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