Monthly Archives: January 2021

Researchers evaluate the medical practice models of primary care physicians

Harmful medical practices, such as inappropriate opioid prescribing and racial and income discrimination in clinical settings, can vary among medical practices and individuals. Patients may find that even common primary health care services, such as chest x-rays or referral to a heart or lung specialist, can vary widely depending on …

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A mid-century Wexler is transformed with bright colors and bold patterns

Having previously worked with Los Angeles-based interior design firm Bells + Whistles, Jillian and Tim recruited them again to renovate a home in Rancho Mirage, Calif., Near Palm Springs. The original home was built in 1957 by iconic architect Donald Wexler as part of Thunderbird North, a community of 10 …

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This biodegradable shoe is made from garbage and 3D knitting!

The sneaker culture encouraged creativity but also added a lot of waste as it is part of fast fashion. Traditional sneakers have a short lifespan and with the increase in “drops” people tend to buy and throw much faster. The complicated construction and the use of different materials (rubber, textile, …

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