Join CDF for the 8th Annual Run for the Ring 5K Run/Walk and Fun Run on Saturday, August 13.

The 8th Annual Run for the Ring 5K Run/Walk and Fun Run is taking place on Saturday, August 13th, 2022 (DENVER — June 14, 2022) Early bird race entry for both adults and the Kids Zone/Fun Run is valid now through June 30th. This year’s run, presented by Empower, is shaping up to break last … Read more

Tunecore launches new ‘Unlimited’ pricing plan

Music distribution company Tunecore has overhauled its pricing model, including a free tier for distributing music to social media platforms. If you are an artist and want to test the appetite of your audience before committing to a full release, then this new pricing model might be a good fit for you. Learn more: … Read more

Chronic air pollution cuts life expectancy by more than 2 years, study shows – National |

Chronic air pollution cuts average global life expectancy by more than two years per person, a study published on Tuesday showed, an impact comparable to that of smoking and far worse than HIV/AIDS or terrorism. More than 97 per cent of the global population lives in areas where air pollution exceeds recommended levels, the University … Read more

Best Vitamins For Gastric Sleeve Patients | WeightWise

After undergoing gastric sleeve surgery, your body will start changing dramatically. You will begin shedding those unwanted excess pounds and you will start getting used to the new you. As you change your diet, exercise routine, and lifestyle, you will need to pay close attention to the needs of your body. This includes taking the … Read more

Magic City Acceptance Academy Is a Haven for LGBTQ Students as Legislators Attack Their Rights

By October, the MCAA community had adjusted to their new environment and their principal says it began to feel like a normal school. According to Moh, the school went remote briefly in January because of a COVID surge, and in-person learning returned in February. As students returned to school following the period of remote learning, … Read more

Democrats’ Worries About a Biden 2024 Campaign Are Getting Louder

This article was originally published in Vanity Fair.  On Sunday, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was asked whether she plans to support President Joe Biden for reelection, something the White House has said he intends to pursue. But the New York congresswoman wasn’t quite ready to commit. “We’ll cross that bridge when we get to it,” she … Read more

Canadian high school students to learn how to administer naloxone – National |

Hundreds of thousands of high school students in Canada will be given training on how to respond to someone overdosing on opioids, including on how to inject naloxone – a drug used to reverse the effects of overdoses. The Advanced Coronary Treatment Foundation is announcing Tuesday that its new training program will be added to … Read more

My Drag Queen Story Time Was Hijacked by Far-Right Extremists

We’re on track to see a record-breakingly bad year for anti-LGBTQ+ bills. This Pride month, one of the biggest targets for Republicans appears to be drag performers. Just in the past week, Gov. Ron DeSantis (R–FL.) announced he’s considering investigating parents who bring their children to drag shows; a Texas state legislator said he’s planning … Read more

The Roe Decision Is Making Students Rethink Their College Choices

McCaskill suggests that young people research the reproductive rights laws in states where they’re applying to colleges. Fortunately, there’s an abundance of information available online. The 19th, an independent news site, has published a thorough guide to the laws in each state, while The Cut recently published a comprehensive package, which included information on how … Read more