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4 Holiday Texts That Get It Right About Invisible Disabilities

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By Linda Williams, Ph.D. | Invisible Disability Project This time of year can be especially difficult for those of us with
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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union environment and energy ministers on Monday agreed renewable energy targets for 2030 ahead of negotiations next year with the European Parliament, which has called f
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Every generation tends to despair at the next one's perceived shortcomings, and Chinese society is no different. The 'Little Emperor' generation -- those born during China's strict one-child policy, h
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