‘We’re at a crossroads’: who do the fish of Hawaii belong to?

This spring, longline commercial fishers petitioned the Trump administration to open up the Pacific marine monuments – some of the most biologically diverse marine conservation areas in the world, including Papahānaumokuākea. A World Heritage site, Hawaii’s Papahānaumokuākea constitutes 583,000 acres of protected waters, which host critically endangered species and important coral reef ecosystems. These commercial […]

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Vertebral body tethering shows clinical success as treatment for scoliosis

Scoliosis is the most common spinal deformity affecting pediatric patients. A posterior spinal fusion (PSF) is the gold standard treatment for patients with curves exceeding 45 degrees, but the procedure’s drawbacks include the loss of spinal mobility, persistent pain and adjacent segment disc disease. However, a new retrospective study from the University of Missouri School […]

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Dana White reveals plan for new UFC hotel for fighters in Las Vegas: ‘We’ll be completely self-sufficient’

UFC president Dana White announced plans to add a hotel to house fighters in Las Vegas. Following Tuesday night’s Contender Series event, White spoke to reporters backstage about the fallout of the card, as well as how pivotal the UFC APEX has been during the COVID-19 pandemic. When asked if the APEX has, in essence, […]

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