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The record-breaking weather comports with what scientists expect as the climate changes, and in many of the burning areas, the climate has already shifted in ways to worsen fire risk.
This model has attracted media attention in part because of its potential to worsen inequities, since not everyone can afford to hire an educator.
On top of this, larger and more extreme groups also become vectors of misinformation and propaganda, which accelerates and worsens the problem.
If Tye succeeds, it could lead to new tools for identifying and monitoring those at risk from illnesses worsened by loneliness.
Particularly if the economy worsens, DTC startups may find it difficult to match the new customer acquisition numbers and repeat sales rates they are seeing now.
He and his brother said that as Johnson worsened during her final three days, no hospice nurse visited.
SENT HOME TO DIEBY ANNIE WALDMAN AND JOSHUA KAPLANSEPTEMBER 2, 2020PROPUBLICA
Most major banks lend a vast majority of that cash—roughly 90 cents for every dollar—which means that your hard-earned dollars could be funding oil and gas development that’s worsening climate change.
There are many ways in which Covid-19 has dramatically worsened the US opioid epidemic.
The economic impact of the pandemic worsened those problems.
These policies isolate women and girls from sources of support and place them in contact with abusers for extended periods of time without reprieve, which worsens control and abuse.

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