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By Cliff Despres Salud Today   More Americans are eating healthier, but a widening nutrition gap is separating Whites from Latinos and African Americans, according to a new study, the L.A. Times reports. The study, which examined 34,000 U.S. adults’ diets from…

By Katharine Keane Saving Places   When I Google “Edificio Jose Marti,” the all-knowing search engine generates few links related to the building I am researching: a building database with little more than the address listed, a 2008 “Miami…

By Zachary Cohen Council on Hemispheric Affairs In the 1960s, Mexican migrant farm workers within the United States endured countless challenges including low wages, inhumane conditions, and a lack of political rights. However, the actions of multiple labor unions…

By Teddy Nykiel NerdWallet   High school juniors, soon-to-be seniors: As you’re headed into a year of varsity letters, last hurrahs and anticipation for the new beginning that’s now just around the corner, don’t forget about college applications and…

By Elina L Nino The Conversation Honey bees are arguably our most important commercially available pollinator. They are responsible for pollinating numerous food plants that make our diets more exciting and nutritious, including many fruits, vegetables and nuts. Beekeepers…

By Mark Cartwright Ancient History Encyclopedia The warfare of the Inca civilization was characterised by a high degree of mobility, large-scale engagements of hand-to-hand combat, and the establishment of a network of fortresses to protect an empire of over 10 million subjects. Conquestgave the Incas access to…

By Clifton B. Parker Futurity   A divisive political primary that gets lots of media scrutiny reduces the party nominee’s chances in the general election, research suggests. But, if the primary has not generated much attention, then the primary winner…