Ashley Cornell, email: [email protected]

Ashley is best described by the two C’s: calm and compassionate. She was adamant about becoming a doctor when she was younger. That is, until she was accepted into medical school. She realized after two years of university that she wasn’t quite cut out for the job. She abruptly discontinued her studies and decided to pursue a career as a writer instead. She is still interested in medicine, but prefers to remain a distant observer and recorder of medical advances and innovations. She currently works as Senior editor with S Chronicles, where she primarily writes about health and science, as well as co-authoring books on the side.Contact email: [email protected]

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Class Action Lawsuit Against AML Cruises Approved

Class Action Lawsuit Against AML Cruises Approved

A class action lawsuit against Croisières AML alleging hidden fees when purchasing tickets has been approved by the Superior Court of Quebec. • Also read: The Saguenay St. Lawrence Marine Park: the premier whale watching destination It was Lambert Avocats that filed this class action complaint on November 29th. The plaintiff, Olivier Phanor, alleges that …

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Florida real estate attorney shares tips to keep your home safe amid Hurricane Ian

Florida real estate attorney shares tips to keep your home safe amid Hurricane Ian

A Florida real estate attorney has offered tips to help you deal with the aftermath of a “monstrous” storm as the Sunshine State is battered by “monstrous” Hurricane Ian. Kailey, a Florida real estate attorney who represents homeowners who have claims against their insurance company for any form of property damage, usually caused by a …

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After a sharp right turn, the conservatives on the US Supreme Court step on the gas

After a sharp right turn, the conservatives on the US Supreme Court step on the gas

SEPTEMBER 28 (Portal) – The US Supreme Court last March dismissed an emergency motion by North Carolina Republicans to allow the use of a voting card they signed in November’s congressional elections, which a lower court has ruled invalid for unlawfully biasing Democrats had explained. It was a short-term setback for North Carolina Republicans, but …

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Ken Griffin says Fed hasn’t done enough and must continue on track to reset inflation expectations

Ken Griffin says Fed hasn’t done enough and must continue on track to reset inflation expectations

Ken Griffin, Citadel founder and CEO, believes the Federal Reserve still needs to do more to bring down inflation even after a series of large rate hikes. “We should continue on the path we have taken to ensure that we re-anchor inflation expectations,” Griffin said Wednesday at CNBC’s Delivering Alpha Investor Summit in New York …

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Shania Twain recalls having dinner with Oprah Winfrey that got ‘pissed’ after she spoke about religion

Shania Twain recalls having dinner with Oprah Winfrey that got ‘pissed’ after she spoke about religion

Shania Twain recalls a VERY awkward dinner with Oprah Winfrey who ‘got pissed’ when they started talking about religion: ‘There was no room for debate’ The 57-year-old country singer opened up about the dinner during an interview on the Table Manners podcast, describing her awkward conversation with Oprah, 68 She said the two women had …

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Doug Pederson talks his upcoming Philly return, Jalen Hurts and more

Doug Pederson talks his upcoming Philly return, Jalen Hurts and more

The Philadelphia Eagles host the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, including their new head coach Doug Pederson. He took some time on Wednesday to speak with Philly reporters about what he expects from fans after his return to The Linc, why he’s not surprised by Jalen Hurts’ success this season and that Nick Sirianni has the …

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MAP.  War in Ukraine: Western sanctions, border restrictions… The point on day 217

MAP. War in Ukraine: Western sanctions, border restrictions… The point on day 217

Russian diplomacy said on Wednesday September 28 that the four Ukrainian regions had been placed under Moscow’s control “A free choice in favor of Russia” by voting for their annexation during “referendums”, reports AFP. Judged after the results of these elections were announced “illegal”, the West has already introduced new sanctions. With large numbers of …

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Sweden spotted two underwater explosions before Nord Stream 1 and 2 leaked

Sweden spotted two underwater explosions before Nord Stream 1 and 2 leaked

Two underwater explosions were found in front of the gas lines Nord Stream 1 and 2 began to lick after Swedish Seismic Institute. This in turn indicated that they were most likely due to detonations. That Nato closely monitors the situation in the Baltic Sea and examines the circumstances. Denmark has declared a state of …

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Cristoforetti was the first European to take command of the ISS

Cristoforetti was the first European to take command of the ISS

Italian astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti has become the first woman in Europe to assume the position of commander of the International Space Station (ISS). By handing over a symbolic key, Cristoforetti today succeeded Russian astronaut Oleg Artemyev. The Italian follows in the footsteps of four previous European commanders. As commander, Cristoforetti must ensure, among other things, …

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