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June Is Pride Month, Support The LGBTQIA+ Community

LGBTQIA stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, intersex, and asexual; the plus stands for any sexualities that weren't included in the acronym. In honor of pride month here are some things you can do to support the community and be a better ally.
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We Overpay On Things You Cant Imagine

We Overpay On Things You Can’t Imagine

Most prices that seem outrageous can be identified quickly. If there's a price rise on a product you frequently buy, you'll also notice. Companies like Apple, Exxon, and others are notorious for having...

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Pointe Shoes

Ever wondered what it would be like to stand on your toes for several hours? Would it hurt? Well this article will explain all about pointe shoes.
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The Stunning Animation of Spider-Man into the Spider-Verse

Sony's Spider-Verse is a groundbreaking film best known for its clashing and comic-like art and animation. This is a beloved story and was a new and challenging project for animators.
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Why You Should Drink Milk

Has anyone ever told you to drink milk? There are many different types of milk people drink. Some types of milk that are well known are regular cow milk, almond milk, and soy milk. Here are some reasons...

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The Benefits Of Aloe Vera

Ever heard of Aloe Vera? Aloe vera is a green plant with a protective outer leaf skin that is pointy and has a gel-like substance on the inside that is used for many different purposes. Here are some benefits...

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Tips To Relieve Stress

Is work, school, or life overall stressful for you? Stress is one of, if not the most overwhelming and energy-draining problems to face. Many people, including me, can heavily relate to how much of a toll...

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The Invention That Ended The Wild West

The ending of one of the craziest eras in American history.
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Why Do You Sneeze?

Sneezing or Sternutation is your body’s reflexive way to get something bothersome out of your nose. Sneezing involves a complex procedure from your brain.
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What Happens If Mosquitos Go Extinct?

As summer starts to come, mosquitos have slowly come out with it. Have you ever thought about killing every single one of these annoying bugs?
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Fireflies And How They Are Able To Light Up

Fireflies are magnificent creatures that miraculously are able to light up.
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MIT Spider Web Musical Instrument

MIT is taking the scans of spider webs, making 3D computer diagrams, and finally creating a virtual "stringed" instrument out of the model.
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NFTs And How They Work

NFTs have been used more in the past few months and talked about more, but many people don't know what an NFT is. NFT stands for "Non-Fungible Token." It may sound similar to any other cryptocurrency,...

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Police Detective

In this article you will learn about what police detectives do, what they need to become one and more.
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Electric Guitar, How It Works And How It Came To Be

The electric guitar is one of the most famous instruments to come out of the United States. Learn how this famous instrument works and how it came to be.
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CoViD-19 Can Discriminate

CoViD-19 can be discriminatory against race and economic status.
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How Do You Deflect The Emerald Splash?

Today, I will be looking into evidence from the series to see what it truly takes to deflect the Emerald Splash.
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Summer Drinks

On a nice summer day, don't you want a cold, sweet drink in your hand? This article can give you some ideas on what to have when you want to be refreshed.
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Engineering Breakthrough for Pets

Engineering has helped advancement in the medical field. We are now able to properly diagnose our pets and even give them prosthetics inexpensively.
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The Drake Equation

An answer to "Where Are They?" in the search for alien life. The Drake Equation predicts the possibility of us not being alone in the galaxy.
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FCC Presents New Suicide Prevention Hotline With A Three-Digit Number

During this epidemic, the need for mental health care for teens has soared, and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) wants teens to be able to access a suicide prevention line via their preferred means of communication, namely texting.
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Pandas

Pandas are one of the laziest creatures ever.  They're also unintelligent.  They eat bamboo even though it's not nutritious so they have to eat 26 to 84 pounds of bamboo to maintain healthy and don't die of starvation.
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Cicada Ice Cream

You know when bugs get in your drink or food? Imagine bugs being put in your food and then you purposefully eat it? Apparently, that's what people do when they eat cicada ice cream.
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Invisible String

Swift’s narrative talents go from metaphors to colors, memories to easter eggs. She has several nods to her previous songs as well.
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Fiction and Its Significance in Society

Most of society describes reading fiction as an activity for people to escape their daily lives, however, there is much more to it and its outreach. Fiction is creative writing where the situations and ideas presented, though perhaps based on reality, have not occurred in real life; the writer uses his or her imagination to create characters, settings, and plot points. How can these stories of imagination affect living in reality?
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Beef Burger vs. Meatless Burger – Which One Is Better?

Are plant-based burgers healthier than beef burgers?
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FDA Approves Pfizer Vaccine for 12-15 Year-Olds

The FDA has just authorized the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for use in 12-15 year-olds.
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Six Recently Extinct Animals

Six Recently Extinct Animals

An extinct animal is a species where there are no animals of its kind alive around the globe. Here are six animals that are gone now, that future generations will likely never hear of or see.
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Could Children Ages 12-15 Get the Vaccine?

On April 9th, Pfizer requested the FDA to modify their EUA (emergency use authorization) so that teens ages 12-15 could get the vaccine as well. 
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Complaint Filed After Biased Attack Asian Woman And Child

Last week a man purportedly harassed and threatened an Asian-American woman and her daughter in a car because they were of Asian descent. Many cities have seen an increase in Asian hate crimes since the beginning of the pandemic.
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Why Do We Feel Tired?

During the night, your brain's Circadian Rhythm tells your pineal gland to produce melatonin. Circadian Rhythms are basically, when you see light, your brain thinks you should be awake, but when you see darkness it thinks you should be asleep.
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Elegoo Sand Table

The Elegoo Sand table is also known as the machine that erases what it creates.
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The Universal S

Over all the Universal S is a wonder of art whose origins were lost to time.
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The Greatest Swordsmith in Japanese History

Amakuni and his son took an oath to make the best sword they could.
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The Fermi Paradox, And The Great Filter

If aliens exist, then where are they? This theory attempts to piece together why we can't find these extraterrestrials.
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Misinformation About Covid-19 May Keep the Virus Around For Longer Than Wanted

Unfortunately, many people have been using big social media platforms to spread misinformation about the COVID-19 virus.
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Why you waste all your time?

Several people procrastinate. Why does this happen? It is a century old adaptation.
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Auto-Lacing Sneakers

Recently the auto lacing sneakers industry have become popular to the public .
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Stockholm Syndrome

What Is Stockholm Syndrome? Stockholm syndrome is when a hostage feels affection to their captors. It is a phycological response to being threatened and makes the hostage empathize for their captors but...

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Baby by Justin Bieber – Review

Baby by Justin Bieber was released in 2010. It is some of the first of many songs that he wrote. Baby is sung by Bieber and Ludacris. It was and still is a popular song.
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“Stand By Me” by Ben E. King

As a classic love song from the '60s, the iconic notes of "Stand By Me" have stayed as known as ever in present day.
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How Does The CoViD-19 Vaccine Work?

The CoViD-19 vaccine has been in the headlines a lot lately. But before you get it, you might want to know - how does it work?
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What Makes A Good Story?

People really want to know how to write good stories and now you can read about it.
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How To Avoid Covid-19 Vaccine Scams

How to avoid Covid-19 scams.
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David Roy’s Amazing Kinetic Sculptures

Roy’s continued passion for making his sculptures is because of one thing: Solving the problems of his sculptures. Roy’s passion for his creations isn’t slowing down soon.
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Cherish by Madonna

A song expressing the love for their other half is beautiful.
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Pierre by Ryn Weaver

This song makes me want to fall in love.  It makes my body jump, my face smile and puts me in a positive mood!
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I like me better-Lauv

"I like me better" is a pop song about how you treasure and like yourself more when you are with someone you love.
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The Peregrine Falcon

The Peregrine Falcon is a type of bird that comes from the Falco Peregrine species. They are most commonly known as being the fastest animal on earth, due to them reaching 240 mph while diving to catch it's prey.
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A Few Ways Engineers Heals a Broken Heart

I know that it might sound weird to hear that an engineers can heal a broken heart but if you really think about it and read a little bit about it you could find yourself interested and surprised.
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[Video] Effects of COVID-19 On Your Ability To Smell

Anosmia or more commonly known as smell loss, is among the first signs of COVID-19. The most common cause of anosmia is from viruses.
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Drivers license by Olivia Rodrigo

Has someone ever broken a every salient promise to you? How did that make you feel? you tell me!
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Juice Wrld – All Girls Are The Same

Once listening to this song you get a kind of eerie and sad mood from the lyrics to the instrumental. The lyrics send in powerful and compelling words that make the listener fell calm and tranquil.
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[Video] Daniel Rozin’s Mirrors

“The mirror is doing more than taking your image, it is capturing something about your soul and showing it back to you. These amazing works of art wouldn’t be possible without the engineer and you."- Daniel Rozin
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Sleep Paralysis: And What Are Its Symptoms

Sleep paralysis is a phenomena where your brain is conscience but your body is not and is paralyzed.
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The Solution to Comfortable Mid Day Relaxation, Pillowdy

This sweatshirt or windbreaker might be the perfect way to combine neck pillows with a usable solution. The creators found a way to put a pillow in a sweatshirt that can adjust to the user and fits all sizes.
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WeWALK – The Smart Cane

WeWALK is a smart cane for people that are visually impaired. It can detect objects above chest level and is compatible with apps such as Google Maps. Having a cane compatible with Google Maps can help...

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Edible Food Wrappers

Millions of plastic are dumped into the ocean each year. These edible food wrappers are an attempt to reduce the plastic waste in our world. At the U.S. Department of Agriculture, two researchers created...

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Amazon Alexa Improvement; Now Handles Patient Health Information

As you may know, Alexa is a virtual assistant that has been incorporated in an increasing number of households these past few years. Amazon, one of the largest e-commerce companies of this day and age,...

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First Malaria Vaccine Ever!

Malaria is a huge problem, especially in Africa, where it is quite a common disease. Every year, there are 200 million cases and 435 thousand deaths. The RTS,S vaccine could change all this. RTS,S is...

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Kendra Scott Jewelry

Kendra Scott is a successful woman that makes her own jewelry, and it's the new thing that people are gravitating to. She has made so much money that she has given 25 million dollars back to charities...

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Kenguru the Car for People in Wheelchairs

Kenguru is a car specifically designed for people in wheelchairs to drive.
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Minecraft Education Edition for Schools

Minecraft Education Edition is an education version of Minecraft designed for classroom use.
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3D Printed Prosthetic

Now with the help of a 3D printer, companies are creating inexpensive customized prosthetics.
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Nima Pocket Gluten Detector

People with gluten allergies usually have to take a chef's word when they go out to eat on whether something is gluten-free.
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Wheelchairs for Dogs

This article is about wheelchairs for dogs and how they can change dogs' lives.
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Ballet Pointe Shoes

Have you've ever seen ballet dancers wearing those cool shoes that allow them to stand on their toes? If you haven't already, they are called pointe shoes. Most pointe shoes are handmade. You can see pointe...

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Why Are You Bored?

Everyone gets bored but don't you wonder why?  It usually happens when your friend rants about an unimportant event that you didn't go to, or you're waiting for the bus and forgot to charge your phone.  But why does it happen?  Be prepared to find out yourself why you are bored.
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