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The Empire State Building's green retrofit was a success. Will other buildings follow suit? ti.me/35CnEuO
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"I’ve found my sense of community. When I was growing up, my parents and I never had knowledge of adaptive sports." Meet Nicky Nieves, Paralympic gold medalist: tfk.news/3gLSZSe 🏐
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Medical myths about gender roles go back to ancient Greece. Women are still paying the price today ti.me/3j2Oowx
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Today's Daily Spotlight: @TaraLaw27 interviews HIV/AIDS survivors about how they experienced the COVID-19 pandemic ti.me/3zTgLmO
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Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, CEO of Celebrity Cruises, on the pent-up urge to travel, cruise resistors and the current consumer mindset ti.me/3cWETuR
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The U.S. government placed a big bet on an antiviral pill to fight COVID-19 ti.me/3gS7OBc
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The K-Pop episode of "Dave" is cross-cultural collaboration done right ti.me/3gNNhxU
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Build a better future. Subscribe to TIME now: ti.me/2TBjsJ4
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We used to have a Lyme disease vaccine. Are we ready to bring one back? ti.me/2UnXWI4
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How pop culture—finally—got over the girlboss heroine ti.me/3xDloiU
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Hong Kong's biggest pro-democracy newspaper likely to shut down this week after National Security Law raid ti.me/3xuebBE
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The circus was once America’s top entertainment. Here’s why its golden age began to fade ti.me/3iW6Zdn
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The U.S. is increasingly diverse, so why is segregation getting worse? ti.me/3iWHTet
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For HIV/AIDS survivors, COVID-19 reawakened old trauma—and renewed calls for change ti.me/3qc6ZYi
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Stopping dengue at the source There is no effective vaccine or therapeutic against dengue fever. But a new study may point to a solution: infect Aedes aegypti mosquitoes with the Wolbachia bacterium, which prevents them from spreading dengue when they bite humans
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Bone-marrow transplant cures HIV For blood-cancer patients who are not responding to chemotherapy, a bone-marrow transplant is sometimes an option. For one such patient in the U.K., the transplant proved to be a treatment for a second disease, too: HIV/AIDS
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A gut check on Alzheimer’s risk Research has gone further than ever before to establish that the trillions of bacteria and other microorganisms that live in the gut play a role in one of the most devastating illnesses of all: Alzheimer’s disease
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First human-monkey chimera In an April study, a professor created an embryonic chimera that combined human and nonhuman primate cells. The research has two goals: to study the process of embryonic cell division; and to help develop better systems for growing tissues and organs
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Psilocybin and MDMA prove their mettle Psychoactives started establishing themselves as frontline mental-health treatments. One study showed that 67% of people who took MDMA as part of a treatment plan no longer met the criteria for PTSD, compared with 32% of the placebo group
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Polio kicked out of Africa As recently as the 1990s, an estimated 75,000 children in Africa were paralyzed or killed by polio each year. Last year, Nigeria—the last country on the continent to have reported a case of wild polio—was declared clear of the disease
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A connection between sleep and dementia One study, which tracked the health and sleep patterns of a group of people throughout their 50s, 60s and 70s, found those who slept six hours or less per night had a 30% higher risk of developing dementia than those who slept seven hours
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An obesity drug that works A March study showed that semaglutide—usually used to treat Type 2 diabetes—can have weight-loss effects. At the end of a 68-week trial period, the semaglutide group lost an average of 14.9% of their body weight compared with 2.4% for the placebo group
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New face, new hands—new man In summer 2020, a team of 16 surgeons and 80 operating-room staffers performed the world’s first successful face and double hand transplant, completing the procedure in just 23 hours
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The other big vaccine news Public-health officials have long sought a vaccine against malaria. This year, there was dramatic prog­ress toward that goal. A study of 450 children showed a new malaria vaccine, called R21, is 77% effective—clearing the WHO’s 75% efficacy standard
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While most eyes were on COVID-19, researchers have also made groundbreaking advancements in other fields. Here’s a look at the 10 most important health breakthroughs you missed during the pandemic: ti.me/3d03ajM
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.@prabalgurung: My home country, Nepal, has an excellent vaccination track record. What it doesn't have is vaccines ti.me/35Cl3B7
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The Delta variant could soon become the dominant COVID-19 strain. Here's what you need to know ti.me/3vJmiZM
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Iran’s only nuclear power plant undergoes emergency shutdown ti.me/3zR0EWX
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Review: AMC’s "Kevin Can F**K Himself" squanders a thrillingly subversive premise ti.me/3xGrJdt
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What to know about the literary origins of Netflix’s buzzy crime drama "Lupin" ti.me/3xEYTtF
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"'Summer of 85' flirts with murder-mystery elements, but mostly, it’s a moody and meditative reflection on the nature of first love," writes @szacharek ti.me/3gImYKP
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What it's like to get millions of dollars from MacKenzie Scott ti.me/3gFPX1T
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Eight children killed in van crash as Tropical Depression Claudette drenches Alabama ti.me/35Ed7z5
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"How whales can teach us to be better humans" ti.me/2S7JtiL
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"'The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard' is all work and no payday. Even in the service of airheaded entertainment, no one should feel compelled to take a bullet for it. It’s OK to let a franchise die," writes @szacharek ti.me/3xqLghR
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.@Philip_Elliott: Moscow's long history of turning the tables on Washington when it comes to human rights ti.me/2U5WKc4
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They shared a video of a Muslim man being attacked in India. Now they're being investigated by police ti.me/3zBnYrd
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.@ianbremmer: With Benjamin Netanyahu out in Israel, what comes next for the country? ti.me/2Ub0gSv
The unorthodox priest on the frontlines of Poland's fight for LGBTQ rights. Lovely #PrideMonth story for TIME by @MadelineRoache time.com/6074339/poland…
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How pop culture—finally—got over the girlboss heroine ti.me/3gAb715
How your waste could be the next big weapon in controlling COVID-19 ti.me/3vIBoib
The true story behind the new Netflix film "Fatherhood" ti.me/2UcHPgg
The unorthodox priest leading Poland's fight for LGBTQ rights ti.me/3iWEbBG
"Millions of Americans interact with the health care system every year—if and when they can afford it. But discussions about health care reform often leave out some of these voices," writes @sesmith ti.me/35wH5Fb
Andraya Yearwood, a star of Hulu's new "Changing the Game" documentary, on life as a trans athlete ti.me/3gA9WyH
How does sleep help protect the brain as we grow older? Get answers from the experts in TIME for Health’s free digital wellness library: ti.me/3iNBgeg
The letter in which Lincoln debated the morality of slavery with himself ti.me/3wBOpeG
From "Pan's Labyrinth" to "Atlantics," "The Handmaiden" to "Wadjda," here are the best international movies to stream on Netflix ti.me/3vHd944
The Delta variant could soon become the dominant COVID-19 strain. Here's what you need to know ti.me/2TFPB2b
36 new books you need to read this summer ti.me/3vAik5F
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