HEALTH AND FITNESS: Your morning milkshake | Features

Breakfast is often thought of as the most important meal of the day, for good reason. Eating a healthy breakfast provides energy to start the day and can be helpful for weight control. In children, a healthy breakfast is essential for proper growth and development and is linked to improved attention and learning in school. Unfortunately, many common breakfast foods are more like candy and soda than a healthy meal to start the day.

This is also true for breakfast drinks, including coffee drinks. Many popular coffee drinks are more similar to a milkshake than to actual coffee!

Take, for

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Genderless Fashion: When I Stopped Shopping by Gender, I Fell in Love With Fashion Again

I’ve always been fascinated with women’s clothing. As a child, my tomboy sister refused to wear her frilly, pink princess gowns and toddler heels, but I coveted them. I found comfort in playing with Barbie dolls and dressing like the Spice Girls, but whenever I would try to wear something that I inherently liked—like a tiara—I was told it was wrong. “Boys don’t wear that.”

I eventually grew out of this fashion phase and began wearing the clothes deemed appropriate for boys to wear. The soccer jerseys, grungy band tees, and oversized suits never felt quite like me

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Coronavirus updates, Afghanistan news & more: What’s trending today

A look at some of the top stories trending online today around the world including the latest news about the Taliban’s takeover in Afghanistan, coronavirus updates and much more.

Top stories

Pandemic unemployment benefits just expired. What will families do now? (NBC News)

Planes Chartered To Evacuate Americans And Others From Afghanistan Remain Grounded (NPR)

Afghanistan news: Taliban consolidates control, but women protesters still fight for rights (Washington Post)

Taliban look set to unveil new government after claiming Panjshir (NBC)

Ex-FBI official says law enforcement needs to take upcoming right-wing rally in

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Mountaineers Travel to Navy Tournament

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The Mountaineers (3-0) travel to Annapolis, Maryland, for a two-day tournament from Sept. 3-4, at the Wesley A. Brown Field House. WVU opens play against No. 23 Michigan (2-0) on Friday, Sept. 3, at noon ET. The squad will go up against host Navy (3-1) on Saturday, Sept. 4, at 7:30 p.m.
 
“We have a tough weekend ahead of us,” said coach Reed Sunahara. “We have Michigan and Navy. Michigan is now ranked, and they beat two really good teams. Navy is playing well. It will really tell us where we are at this point in

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