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A newborn’s fat mass is associated with obesity as a preschooler, study finds

Childhood obesity has become increasingly common in the United States over the past three decades, despite public health initiatives. That means that around 13.7 million children and adolescents are well above the normal or healthy weight for their ages and heights due to their behaviors or genetics. The body fat percentage children had as newborns…MORE

Prince Harry and Meghan purchase home in Santa Barbara

Prince Harry and Meghan purchase home in Santa Barbara

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have set down roots in Santa Barbara, California. A representative for the couple told CNN that they moved into the home last month. “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved into their family home in July of this year,” the spokesperson said in a statement. “They have settled into the…MORE

How Leslie Odom Jr. fought for fair pay for his ‘Hamilton Live’ movie performance

How Leslie Odom Jr. fought for fair pay for his ‘Hamilton Live’ movie performance

Leslie Odom Jr.’s performance in “Hamilton Live” as Vice President Aaron Burr almost didn’t happen. Odom’s role in the popular musical “Hamilton” won him a Tony award. However, when it came to “Hamilton Live” for Disney+ audiences, the award-winning actor was still negotiating his salary up until the day before filming began, in order to…MORE

Trump encourages North Carolina supporters to vote by mail, as he attacks voting by mail

Trump encourages North Carolina supporters to vote by mail, as he attacks voting by mail

President Donald Trump on Tuesday expanded his mail-in voting message, encouraging North Carolina supporters to vote absentee even as he continued to assail vote-by-mail. “We’re going on to win a tremendous election in November, to be exact November 3 in North Carolina,” Trump told supporters who’d dialed into a telephone rally. “You can request absentee…MORE

Refugee admissions to the US resume after being on pause due to coronavirus

Refugee admissions to the US resume after being on pause due to coronavirus

Refugee admissions to the United States have resumed after being put on pause for five months due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to the State Department. In March, the US put a temporary pause on refugee admissions after the International Organization for Migration, which is in charge of booking refugees on their travel, and the…MORE

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