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Homeless in Seattle Operate Their Own Tent Cities

Homeless in Seattle Operate Their Own Tent Cities

Despite decades of effort to fight homelessness in the United States, many people still sleep on the streets or in public shelters. As Tim Exton reports from Seattle, some homeless people are taking matters into their own hands, regaining control of one aspect of their lives at the same time-VOA NEWS

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The Neon Attraction of Las Vegas

The famous Las Vegas strip lights up the night with neon signs and animated images. The Las Vegas Neon Museum has been lighting up the city since 2012. That’s when activists, art lovers and local officials decided that neon signs that have seen better days deserved to be viewed and enjoyed by a new generation of tourists. Roman Mamonov traveled to Las Vegas and visited the unusual museum

Posted on: Sunday, May 12, 2019 | By: crimeandmoreworld - News Desk

In Remote Tajik Mountains, Pamiris Keep Unique Culture Alive

The Pamir Mountains of northern Tajikistan are sometimes known as “the roof of the world.” Isolated by the rugged terrain, the Pamiri people who live there have preserved some of the Zoroastrian traditions that preceded the advent of Islam

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Laughter Yoga Replaces ‘Ommmm’ with ‘Hahaha’

Laughter is the best medicine” is a common phrase often found printed on plaques and sewn onto pillows at your grandma’s house. But the practice of yoga has taken it in a whole new direction over the years. We found a laughter yoga class in Richmond, Virginia

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Nigeria Losing $1B Annually to Medical Tourism, Authorities Say

Nigerian authorities say the country is losing more than $1 billion annually to medical tourism as tens of thousands of Nigerians travel abroad in search of the best treatment. Nigeria’s Health Ministry says it is building six world class health centers to address the issue

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Playing Music to Ease Pain and Nourish Social Connections

Music has long helped people express their emotions and connect with one another. Over the years, medical studies have proved that music has many health benefits, too. They range from facilitating regular breathing and lifting mood to improving emotional function and motor control in patients

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