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Gen Z spark debate on everyday clothing item that shows you’re old

Who knew a pair of socks could be so divisive? Another day, another Gen Z criticism of millennial fashion choices. The ever-lasting feud between Millennials and Gen Z is nothing new, with the two age groups clashing over everything from clothing choices to where you part your hair in the past couple of years. However, a new debate has stirred on TikTok over […]

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Pioneering gene therapy restores UK girl’s hearing

A UK girl born deaf can now hear unaided, after a groundbreaking gene-therapy treatment. Opal Sandy was treated shortly before her first birthday – and six months on, can hear sounds as soft as a whisper and is starting to talk, saying words such as “Mama”, “Dada” and “uh-oh”. Given as an infusion into the […]

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Incredible cancer breakthrough sees woman’s brain tumor almost disappear in just five days

The new cancer breakthrough treated three patients with glioblastoma. An incredible breakthrough has happened in the world of cancer treatment. A pioneering new therapy has been used to treat a deadly form of brain cancer, and the first three patients reportedly saw ‘dramatic responses within days’. Researchers and surgeons from the Mass General Brigham healthcare system used a new […]

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10 Crucial Archaeological Discoveries Related to the Bible

The following article is adapted from the ESV Archaeology Study Bible—a new study tool that roots biblical text in its cultural and historical context. 1. Rosetta Stone In 1798, Napoleon invaded Egypt. He brought with him a scientific team of scholars and draftsmen to survey the monuments of the land. The most important find of the […]

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Women are less likely to die when treated by female doctors, study suggests

The study adds to a growing body of research that explores why women and minorities tend to receive worse medical care than men and white patients. Hospitalized women are less likely to die or be readmitted to the hospital if they are treated by female doctors, a study published Monday in the Annals of Internal Medicine found.  […]