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#bookreview These Foolish Things by Deborah Moggach published by Vintage Books

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Enticed by advertisements for a luxury retirement home in India, a group of strangers leave England to begin a new life.

On arrival, however, they discover the palace is a shell of its former self, the staff are more than a little eccentric and the days of the Raj appear to be long gone. 184 more words

Book Review

New Orleans East - 2010

In celebration of NOELA Services’ 10 year anniversary, items from previous editions of the NOELA Newsletter will be reintroduced. This week’s focus is on the year 2010. 2,872 more words

Economic Development

MY BODY. MY CHOICE.

This past Wednesday, the Alabama State Governor passed a bill making abortion a criminal offence. Although not the first state to pass anti-abortion laws, it is by far the most restrictive in the United States. 458 more words

LANL: Rapid Detection Of Bacteremia In Human Blood Possible

Aaron Anderson adjusts a field-portable version of the optical biosensor. Photo courtesy LANL

LANL NEWS

Bacteremia is a leading cause of death for children in sub-Saharan Africa where childhood mortality rates are the highest in the world, and its early diagnosis and treatment can save many lives. 564 more words

NCAA Softball Tournament: Lady Vols use most of the roster to advance to regional final

It was all hands, feet, legs, arms — whatever body part was required — on deck for the Tennessee softball team to remain undefeated in NCAA Regional play. 658 more words

NCAA

Redefining "better"

In Seth Godin’s podcast Akimbo, he discusses the concept of being supple, or being resilient in a changing world. In the subsequent episode, he answers listener questions about the previous week. 568 more words

Healthcare

Vaccinations

Why are the parents who do not want their children vaccinated made out to be the enemy. I mean it’s not like their saying they want their children to be sick. 368 more words