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The Importance of Being Barefoot

Just about 40,000 years ago, human beings made an elective decision that changed the course of humanity forever.

They started wearing shoes.

Although scientific theories differ as

The Importance of Being Barefoot

Just about 40,000 years ago, human beings made an elective decision that changed the course of humanity forever.

They started wearing shoes.

Although scientific theories differ as

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It is a matter of life and death, and there isn’t any other spin, sheen, or gloss to it. 

The protests, marches, demonstrations, riots, and uprisings that have officially touched all 50 states, 400 cities contained therein, and countries from New Zealand to Germany to Syria, have one thing in common: They call for the lives of Black citizens be treated with the same care and respect by the police that white lives are.

Why Mental Health Days Are Critical and Necessary – Love, Science

On October 10, 1992, an important tradition became a part of the fabric of America’s collective consciousness.

The World Federation of Mental Health began celebrating Mental Health Day.

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In 1996, a law was passed forcing insurance companies to include provisions for mental health.

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