Domino’s Pizza customer Ashley Schafer ordered a pizza late one summer evening, and when it didn’t arrive, she phoned the Domino’s location in Flint, Michigan directly to find out why. How a Domino’s Employee Walked to Deliver an Order Photo by Oleksandr Pidvalnyi They told Schafer that delivery driver Benjamin Houston’s car had broken down
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Heart attacks and strokes are the leading cause of premature death for women in Canada, yet little progress has been made to address systemic inequities in how these conditions are diagnosed and treated. That’s according to a new report titled System Failure released Wednesday from the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, which identifies alarming
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On this episode, we chat about how we like to go “novelty hunting,” especially in the digital world. Topics covered include: What “novelty hunting” is; The connection between novelty and dopamine; The three dopamine factors; The “novelty bias”; How novelty hunting is more stressful than we give it credit for; Superstimuli; How novelty changes our
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✪ In this inspiring speech David Meltzer describes how his mother’s words after telling her that he had lost everything, including the house she lived in, completely changed his perspective of life and his understanding of true happiness. ✪ I LOST EVERYTHING, INCLUDING MY MOM’S HOUSE ✔️ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2RyyNXN | 😲 Watch more: https://bit.ly/3eQyM9A 📲
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A story that is currently sweeping the nation involves the tragic unwarranted death of teenager Tyre Nichols. Nichols was beaten by local police in an obscene display of injustice, unjustifiable violence, and brutality– later succumbing to his wounds and passing away. Footage from the officer’s body cameras has been released and has been sparking outrage–
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