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Sunday Edition • July 14, 2024 SUPPORTED BY Popping a vase full of flowers on your dining room table or in a guest room can elevate your home aesthetic in seconds. Friends coming over for dinner? In-laws in town for the weekend? Arrange a simple bouquet and suddenly you’re Martha Stewart. More importantly than impressing visitors, though, flowers offer the chance to practice moments of mindfulness throughout your day by beckoning your eyes (and nose) every time you pass by. Check out Popular...

Potential root cause of lupus identified

Daily Edition • July 13, 2024 SUPPORTED BY It’s a common dilemma, and one that has undoubtedly caused many a fight among families, friends, and romantic partners: When should you get to the airport? Even the Nice News team is split on the topic — some prefer to spend as little time in the airport as possible, while others leave enough breathing room for a multi-course meal. Here’s what the experts think. Must Reads How to make a power outage safety plan when you have home medical devices A...

A beach lover’s dream museum

Daily Edition • July 12, 2024 SUPPORTED BY Yesterday was free Slurpees, today it’s free fries. July 12 is National French Fry Day, which means plenty of chains have deals and freebies on the menu. In honor of the “holiday,” USA Today polled its food team across the country to come up with a list of the best french fries in America — check it out, but don’t shoot the messenger if your favorite didn’t make the cut. Must Reads The Team USA Olympics roster is locked in Have you heard of “blue...

What does an electric race car sound like?

Daily Edition • July 11, 2024 SUPPORTED BY You’ve likely seen photos of the destruction left in the wake of Hurricane Beryl, which tore through Texas and Louisiana earlier this week. We’re here to provide you with something different: actionable ways you can help the victims of the natural disaster. Right now, local organizations are in need of the essentials — food, money, and blood donations. Here’s how you can contribute to the relief efforts. Must Reads You don’t need to travel far to...

Top med school goes (mostly) free

Daily Edition • July 10, 2024 SUPPORTED BY The Atacama desert in Chile is the driest in the world, yet it’s still transformed into a sea of hardy wildflowers each spring. This year, however, a rare winter bloom (reminder: Chile is in the Southern Hemisphere) has blanketed the desert in white and purple. It’s a pre-spring treat! Must Reads Some straightforward advice for making friends at work The list of “smart” animals is getting longer Health $1B Donation to Cover Tuition for Most Medical...

A step closer to living on Mars

Daily Edition • July 9, 2024 SUPPORTED BY Can’t decide where you want to move next? There’s an app for that (or more accurately, a website). CNN developed “the ultimate guide to your brand-new amazing life,” a framework that takes into account your lifestyle preferences to help you choose the right place to live within the U.S. Even if you’re not planning on moving anytime soon, it’s a fun little experiment. Must Reads Another reason to lace up your walking shoes Learn some tips to keep pets...

7-Eleven is taking inspo from Japan

Daily Edition • July 8, 2024 SUPPORTED BY Of the many benefits friends provide us, acting as sounding boards for our rants and raves has got to be high on the list, right? Not really, according to developmental psychologist Amanda Rose. While it’s a common belief that rehashing our problems with buddies makes us feel better, the opposite may actually be true. Learn what Rose has to say about “co-rumination” and how to avoid its pitfalls. Must Reads Not all produce should be washed the same...