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The undying holiday-suicide myth

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Some news media stories still inaccurately link suicide with the holiday season Newswise — PHILADELPHIA – The holiday-suicide myth, the false claim that the suicide rate rises during the year-end holiday season, persisted in some news coverage through the 2021-22 holidays, according to U.S. media data collected and analyzed by the Annenberg Public Policy Center (APPC) of the University of Pennsylvania. In…

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District of Columbia Teams Up with Plenary Americas, ENGIE North America, and EQUANS for Nation’s Largest Urban Streetlight Modernization Project

$309 Million Project will Modernize More Than 75,000 Streetlights, Reduce Energy Use by more than 50 Percent, Improve Equity of Service, and Extend Wi-Fi Coverage in Underserved Neighborhoods

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Maybe it’s time to Visit The New STM Store!

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We are still under construction at the new STM Store, expanding the site, but, we are open during this process. New product continues to arrived and Sleeve’s SPR Merch Shop has found a new permanent home. Visit: Sleeve’s SPR Merchandise So, if don’t mind our dust as we continue to improve the site, then stop on by. We have our…

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How Many Nuclear Missiles Can the United States Intercept?

The YouTube channel Not What You Think tackles the question about missile defense in their latest video. It is a good question, especially in this new climate and global reaction to the war in the Ukraine. How have we progress since Reagan’s Strategic Defence Initiative proposal from back in the 1980s. Not What you Think: Intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) armed…

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