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Amanda Kloot’s husband Nick Cordero needs a double lung transplant to lead the life he would want.

Amanda Kloots has given an emotional update about her Broadway actor husband Nick Cordero, who is currently fighting for his life at Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles and fighting coronavirus health problems. In an interview with Gayle King on CBS This Morning, Amanda said that the “ultimate goal” for Nick, 41, was to have a double lung transplant to …

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Letter from Arizona: Hospitals are struggling with an increase in coronavirus cases while outdoor life continues as normal

Arizona – Walking through the streets of Tucson or Phoenix can give the impression that the Arizona pandemic never existed. People go about their business as usual and the construction of the border wall on the southern border with Mexico seems to be gaining momentum. President Donald Trump traveled to the state this week for a rally in a private …

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Spike Lee saved my life

I was raised by a caring single mother. She did her best to prepare me for the reality of being a black man in America, but she also made sure that I knew that not every white person was a racist. Still, she was afraid of a group of people: the police. And from their son who meets them. She …

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Research sheds new light on intelligent life across the galaxy

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Is there anyone out there? This is an age-old question that researchers have now re-illuminated with a study that calculates that there could be more than 30 intelligent civilizations in our galaxy. This is a huge advance over previous estimates, which ranged from zero to billions. One of the biggest and longest standing questions in the …

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Scientists are making the first space-based measurements of neutron life

Artist’s impression of the NASA surface MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry and Ranging MESSENGER in orbit at Mercury. Photo credit: NASA / Johns Hopkins University Laboratory for Applied Physics / Carnegie Institution of Washington For the first time, scientists have found a way to measure the lifespan of neutrons from space – a discovery that could teach us more about …

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