Good News: Teen Wins Award for Discovery That Could Lead to a COVID Cure, Restoring California Forests, + Banning GlyphosateOct 30. 2020
It’s the end of the month, so it’s time for some good news. This time, a nonprofit is redesigning the restoration of California forests lost to wildfires, San Francisco is categorizing racist 911 calls as hate crimes, and a 14-year-old scientist won $25,000 for a discovery that might result in a cure for COVID-19.
It all comes down to proper prevention—and, of course, knowing how to banish blackheads safely if and when they do inundate your pores. As meticulous as we may be with our skincare, there’s always going to come a time when we slip up and blackheads come out to play. First things first, though, what even are blackheads?
To The People Podcast Season 00 Episode 03: Deja Foxx + She Should Run Want All Women to Dream Beyond™Oct 25. 2020
Trinidadian American artist Brandon releases Coming Clean today, a self-produced and written project on which he plays all instruments. Listen to his new project today, watch the video for “Baby,” here, then read on for his responses to the Youth Questionnaire, and get to know him a little bit better.
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