August 16, 2022

World leaders are nervously watching the unraveling relationship between the US and Russia, as well as with China. Worries are mounting over the threat of a nuclear war, with a new study that shows exactly the global ramifications. One of those ramifications is a global famine but analysts say we don’t have to wait for a nuclear war for a global food crisis to happen. It’s closer than we realize; Homebuilders are saying we are in a housing recession already. Yet, rents continue to soar and there’s a reason why; Arizona, Nevada and Mexico are bracing for some bad news. They just don’t know how bad; Scientists discover there’s actually something we can do to make our pills work faster in our bodies; and 5 apps to use to save on back-to-school purchases. Go beyond the headlines…

The world food crisis is about to get worse

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Nuclear war would cause a global famine and kill billions, study finds

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