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Transcript: Dr. Henning Tiemeier on “Face the Nation”, July 3, 2022

The following is a transcript of an interview with Dr. Henning Tiemeier of Harvard University which aired on “Face the Nation” on Sunday, July 3, 2022. MARGARET BRENNAN: According to the Gates Foundation, the maternal death rate here is higher than in any other developed country, and the abolition of federal protections for abortion rights …

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3 beginner mistakes professional athletes often make with their money

Amobi Okugo is a recently retired soccer player and founder of the personal finance platform A Frugal Athlete. He said there are some “beginner mistakes” that many professional athletes make with their money. Lifestyle creep, not asking enough questions and trying to keep up with big players can hurt you. Loading Something is loading. Amobi …

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How Activia went from stodgy digestive aid to trendy wellness brand

Danone launched Activia, the probiotic yogurt that claims to support gut health, in the United States in 2006. The following year, Curtis became the brand’s spokesperson. The ad campaign – touting Activia’s role in keeping consumers “regular” – generated some ridicule, but also boosted sales. The brand has since transitioned from Curtis, tapping into other …

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Supreme Court Marshal wants to crack down on picket lines, protests outside judges’ homes

The U.S. Supreme Court Marshal has asked Maryland and Virginia officials to step up enforcement of laws she says prohibit pickets outside the homes of judges living in the two states. “For weeks, large groups of protesters have been chanting slogans, using megaphones, and beating drums into judges’ houses,” Marshal Gail Curley wrote in Friday …

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Election fraud claims caused by losing GOP candidates for the November midterms

Republican candidates in states across the country that lose their elections claim they lost because of voter fraud, despite the lack of evidence in their favor. Ever since former President Donald Trump lost the 2020 presidential election and promoted “The Big Lie,” leading to the January 6 U.S. Capitol uprising, candidates have consistently promoted the …

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Food delivery drivers fired after ‘short price’ GPS app sent them on ‘impossible’ routes | Couriers/Delivery Industry

According to the union that represents them, drivers who deliver food and drinks to Just Eat have been fired after being tricked by a cheap GPS system. The couriers, who work for Stuart, a company that supplies drivers to some of Britain’s biggest restaurant and retail names, told the Observer they were fired by pro …

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