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  • early 14c., "high point, top," from (adj.). As "area of high barometric pressure," from 1878. As "highest recorded temperature" from 1926. Meaning "state of euphoria" is from 1953.

    A satellite barely bigger than a washing machine and launched just two months ago has already made this great map of the world’s vegetation. (Click on it for a higher-resolution version.)

  • The importance of using both UVB and UVA protection cannot be emphasized enough. For patients who really wish to know “how high should I go?” I suggest products with SPFs no lower than 30 and no higher than 50. In addition to an SPF of 30+, your sunscreen should include some combination of the following UVA-blocking ingredients: zinc oxide, titanium dioxide, avobenzone, ecamsule, and oxybenzone. Sunscreens with both UVA and UVB protection may be labeled multi spectrum, broad spectrum, or UVA/UVB protection.

    Despite these advantages, there are potential downsides to using products with very high SPFs. First, above SPF 50 (which blocks an estimated 98 percent of UVB rays), the increase in UVB protection is minimal. Second, although UVA protection is also important (UVA not only accelerates skin aging, but contributes to and may even initiate skin cancers), SPFs mainly measure UVB protection. Individuals applying high-SPF sunscreens may not burn (UVB is the chief cause of sunburn), but without UVA-screening ingredients they can still receive large amounts of skin-damaging radiation. To avoid such a scenario, regulatory bodies in Europe and Australia have adopted UVA testing guidelines and measurement standards, and capped the SPF of sunscreens at 50+. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) may do the same, but hasn’t to date.

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  • "(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher and Higher"
    Single by Rita Coolidge
    from the album Anytime...Anywhere
    B-side originally "I Don't Want to Talk About It" replaced on later pressings with "Who's To Bless And Who's To Blame"
    Released March 1977
    Format 7" single
    Genre Glam rock
    Length 3:30
    Label A&M Records
    Writer(s) Billy Davis, Gary Jackson, Raynard Miner and Carl Smith
    Producer(s) David Anderle
    Certification Gold
    Rita Coolidge singles chronology
    "Mean to Me"
    (1975)
    "(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher and Higher"
    (1977)
    "We're All Alone"
    (1977)

    The President has proposed incentives for states to maintain their commitments to higher education through a new $1 billion investment. The Race to the Top: College Affordability and Completion challenge aims to increase the number of college graduates and contain the cost of tuition by rewarding states that are willing to systematically change their higher education policies and practices.

The secret to a higher salary is to ask for nothing at all

If we are to be a society that lives up to being people that are created in the very image of God then we need to live to a higher standard. Instead of asking God to drop the Bar every time, we need to aspire to live to our full potential, we need to train ourselves to try and reach the next level. Not only that, but we need to try and encourage and support those around us to do the same.