Six Out of 10 Americans Believe They Can Be Action Movie

Almost 6 in 10 Americans think they have what it takes to be an action movie star, new research suggests.

That’s the takeaway from a new survey of 2,000 U.S. residents, 57 percent of whom would relish the opportunity to channel their inner Chris Hemsworth or Michelle Yeoh – with the right training and resources, of course.

One in 3

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Joe C. Wen and family give $20 million for the new UCI

Generous gift names first of three buildings to open at UCI Health — Irvine complex



June 27, 2022

“My family members and I are honored and humbled to be able to help,” Joe C. Wen said of his family’s $20 million naming gift for the UCI Health Center for Advanced Care, which will bring advanced specialty care

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The workers battling long Covid

But long Covid isn’t going anywhere, and employers across the board must adapt, including those who haven’t yet made accommodations for struggling workers. Half of workplaces are currently employing people with the chronic condition, according to CIPD data. And if employers want to retain talent – especially considering some experts believe long Covid could be responsible for up to 15%

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Diabetes, heart disease in combination create higher

Dementia risk doubles if a person has at least two of these three diseases: type 2 diabetes, stroke or heart disease, according to Swedish research published Thursday. Image by Garpenholm/Wikimedia Commons

June 16 (UPI) — Dementia risk doubles if a person has at least two of these three diseases: type 2 diabetes, stroke or heart disease, according to Swedish research

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July 2022 | 2022 | International Justice in the News |

“Introducing the Macquarie Laws of War Corpus (MQLWC)”

This month’s feature is contributed by Annabelle Lukin (Macquarie University) and Rodrigo Araújo e Castro (Universidade Minas Gerais/Macquarie University). They introduce a newly available corpus, based on the key texts of international war law, now available to be searched using corpus linguistics techniques. This corpus enables critical law scholars and linguists to

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Which is better, post-workout, and more

Some people use creatine and protein powder after exercise. Both supplements may aid in muscle recovery and enhance exercise performance.

Protein and creatine have different functions and may benefit some people. However, for best results, people need to take the correct dosage at the right time.

Creatine, an amino acid found in muscles, provides energy for various cell functions. It

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