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The problem, the authors argue, is that the federal government is not adequately taking into account the impacts of climate change on future generations. They are just magnificent, almost magical birds. Is it still a problem?
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When armchair travelers think of the African savanna, they may conjure images of vast expanses of untouched wilderness. But even those extra connections were seen to break up within six to eight years under prolonged cannabis abuse, they found. It certainly seems like a good idea but the cost-effectiveness would be questionable for the NHS: The waning protection of childhood vaccination is leaving people in their 20s and 30s susceptible to a disease they think they are protected against.