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The Universe is Bigger Than You Ever Imagined

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When looking up at the stars, it is hard to imagine the vastness that is space, or even the thought that telescopes can barely scratch the surface of exploration. In the 1990’s the Hubble Telescope traveled throughout the galaxy collecting images of deep space and sending them back to Earth. …

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Father and Daughter found a Diamond!

father and daughter

A father and daughter were spending quality time together hiking and foraging in the Crater of Diamonds state park in Arkansas. During their trip they discovered a 2.03-carat diamond and made national headlines. Lauren and Dan Frederick were looking around the park for an hour before they discovered their find. …

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Calcium Supplements Jeopardize Heart Health!

Calcium supplements

Calcium supplements have been taken for decades by people trying to improve their health, but these pills are proving to have an adverse effect on the body. Everyone, especially women, is encouraged to take calcium supplements as they get older to strengthen their bones and fight against osteoporosis. However, in …

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Kids Get Their Intelligence From Their Moms

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In recent studies, it has been found that children receive their intelligence from the X chromosome, which comes from women. Since women have two X chromosomes, it is far more likely that their children get their smarts from the woman. Glasgow is pioneering research into the cognitive function of genes, …

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Adams Farm Recalls Meat due to E. Coli contamination

Adams Farm

Adams Farm Slaughterhouse Meat Recall Shocks the United States Adams Farm Slaughterhouse, located in Massachusetts, has issued a mass recall of veal, bison, and beef due to an E. Coli contamination. This slaughterhouse is now struggling to stay in business because of their production of unsafe meat. There are four …

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Economy Hearing Gifts Devices to Third World Country

Economy Hearing

The news is always negative with protests, bombings, and people dying, but occasionally there is a feel good story on the internet that touches everyone’s heart John Bachman, owner of Economy Hearing in Oklahoma City, traveled to Kenya on a mission trip to support the Starkey Hearing Foundation. This foundation …

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