by TANYA GOLASH-BOZA
In a recent interview, David Leonard argued that white people do not suffer from the structural violence that white supremacy creates. He contends: “As it relates to the criminal justice system, health, economic security, wealth, or education, white people are not hurt by racism.”
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When I was seven, I met my father’s youngest sister for the first time. She lived in the same village where her siblings were born and had spent their lives, but she went by a different last name. She looked different as well: pale skin—in a place where that was prized—glossy hair, and soft, delicate . . . → Read More: Reproduction in Sino political discourse
It’s time to chose quality over convenience.
The not so recent rage over fast food hit Pakistan more than a decade ago when finally McDonalds decided to open in Lahore in 1998. What a milestone for Pakistan that was, when hopeful businessmen competed in a rat race to own the franchise. McDonalds has more than . . . → Read More: Fast Food: making you fat even faster
Due to the prevailing dry weather conditions, people are suffering from dust allergy, especially those living alongside busy roads and crowded markets.
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Scientists have found that just 30 minutes of daily exercise can result in as much weight loss as 60 minutes of training.
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Having seen the evidence, I don’t touch fizzy drinks any more. Frankly they’re evil, says leading biologist
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Former director-general health Dr Rasheed Jumma, who is an approver in the ephedrine quota case, has mysteriously disappeared, Express News reported on Friday.
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Daily consumption of dark chocolate reduces risks of fatal and non-fatal heart attacks, new research says.
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