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Picture this: you’re going about your day, savoring a snack or maybe just enjoying the breeze, when suddenly, there it is – that sharp, unexpected jolt of pain shooting through your tooth. Instantly, your mood shifts from carefree to concerned. What now? Dental emergencies have a knack for showing up uninvited, but there is no need to worry. Knowing how to handle them can turn a daunting situation into a manageable one. To give you an idea, here are some common dental mishaps and how to tackle them with confidence. Toothache Strikes A toothache can be a real buzzkill, but…

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In a shocking and unjust move, an Iranian court has sentenced Mahsa Yazdani, a mother whose son was killed by security forces during protests last year, to 13 years in prison. Yazdani was convicted on charges of blasphemy, incitement, insulting the supreme leader, and spreading anti-regime propaganda, after she publicly condemned the regime’s attacks on protesters and called for justice for her son. Yazdani’s son, Mohammad Javad Zahedi, was shot several times at close range in the back and head during protests in September 2022. Videos and photos of his body riddled with shotgun pellets went viral on social media,…

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In a stark reminder of the intensifying climate crisis, scientists have declared that 2023 is the hottest year, surpassing all previous temperature benchmarks. This alarming revelation comes from the crucial COP28 climate summit, where world leaders will gather to discuss strategies to combat global warming. Samantha Burgess, deputy director of the Copernicus Climate Change Service, stated with unwavering certainty that 2023 will undoubtedly be the warmest year on record, currently sitting at a staggering 1.43 degrees Celsius above the pre-industrial average. This unprecedented heatwave underscores the urgency for immediate and ambitious climate action, emphasizing the significance of the upcoming COP28…

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Ohio voters have spoken, and they have spoken loudly in favor of abortion rights. Issue 1, which would enshrine abortion rights in the state constitution, passed with more than 57% of the vote. This is a major victory for abortion rights supporters in the only state where abortion is on the ballot this November. The passage of Issue 1 is a direct repudiation of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade last year. That decision sent the issue of abortion back to the states, and many states have since passed or are considering passing bans on abortion. Ohio…

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