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Premature c-section and induced deliveries fell early in COVID

Premature births — cesareans and induced deliveries — fell by a significant amount at the start of the COVID pandemic. Studies found that the cause of this was reduced interventions by doctors. More research is needed to understand its affect on mortality rate and the health of the child and mother.

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The Surprisingly Badass Life of the Inventor of the Saxophone

The saxophone’s inventor, Adolphe Sax, was an incredible person. The difficulty he had with getting his instrument to the public and the backlash from the musical instrument community due to the impressiveness of his instrument are truly something to learn about.

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