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Misty Copeland isn’t just a fabulous ballerina (and an insanely strong athlete), she’s also the first Black woman to be promoted to principal dancer in the American Ballet Theater’s 80-plus-year history. The Under-Armour-sponsored dance prodigy is an inspiration both on and off the stage, which is why her fans include everyone from the late pop
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Last year, Reebok promised to donate up to $50,000 in proceeds from its Pride collection to Boston-based nonprofit Fenway Health. This year, the brand’s Pride efforts look a little different: Reebok just launched its “All Types of Love” collection featuring footwear, apparel, and accessories. This coincides with its “Proud Notes” campaign, which celebrates activists and
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The Irish dancing show-slash-phenomenon Riverdance has been going strong since the mid-90s, but as with so many other things, its productions have come to a halt during the coronavirus pandemic. The show’s performers are scattered around the world from Ireland to Australia to Granada, Spain, but they came together for a virtual collaboration that’s leaving
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In a candid interview during Verizon Media and Yahoo’s virtual “Reset Your Mindset” event, held in honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, US Olympian Michael Phelps opened up about the mental health struggles he’s faced throughout his athletic career and during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic in particular. Phelps has been an avid proponent and spokesperson
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The antimalarial drug hydroxychloroquine has been promoted several times by the White House as a potential treatment for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Most recently, on May 18, President Donald Trump told reporters he had been taking the medication as a preventive measure. This narrative remains controversial, not only because pushing the drug for COVID-19 could
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