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Entertainment
by egdcltd
7 years ago
Why I Am Madly In Love With Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore managed to emerge from a troubled childhood into becoming a Hollywood powerhouse: producing and directing as well as acting. Her recent June 2012 wedding was a huge media event.

Entertainment
by T_William_Cook
4 years ago
Classic Film Review: 'The Crime of Dr Crespi' (1935)

A great director marks a lifetime low point in front of the camera. Can he come back from the dead?

Business & Money
by egdcltd
4 years ago
These Craigslist People Just Can't Even!

Stupidity abounds! For sheer entertainment value no one needs to go no further than Craigslist for some great yucks from people who either have no command of (or caring about) the English language! Or who have any sense of shame!

Lifestyle
by CatFood
4 years ago
Extended Project Example: Ethics And Science

Already, genetic engineering has sparked much controversy as debates rage on whether it is safe to modify the genetic information of living organisms or whether funding should be put into this research or used for something else. New developments in the genetics field has created even more controversy as to if we should use these new techniques despite the fact it will impact individual lives or even the whole society. On the one hand, procedures such as these can potentially save the lives of individuals born with genetic defects or even prevent babies with such defects from being born. These new developments range from being used for cosmetic reasons to designing the appearance of one's own child to aiding infertile adults who want their own blood-related children. With benefits such as these, however great they may be must always be weighed against the consequences. It must be asked if parents have the right to use technology which gives their child specified characteristics at birth or in the case of "savior siblings" have another baby to provide tissues/cells which can cure an already sick child. In this level 3 Edexcel extended project I looked into the field of genetics, focusing specifically on recent advancements in its technology its implications for the future. The project eventually achieved grade A and was 1 point away from an A*. This article will exclude the abstract and evaluation.

by Travis_Aitch
9 years ago
Top 20 UFC Prospects of 2009 (1-10)

The UFC is getting bigger year after year, and as it continues to expand we are beginning to see a lot more prospects emerge from the works. These prospects have the potential to do big things in the UFC for many years to come. In past years, we've seen...

Entertainment
by Amerowolf
3 years ago
Fallout 4 - Where to Find Every Magazine in the Commonwealth

Who says print media is dead? In Fallout 4, it seems the world ended before the magazine went out of style. With no television and hit-or-miss radio stations, it seems reading is back in style to fill a wastelander's cavernous void of free time in between dodging Super Mutant assaults and Yao Gaui maulings. If you thought Fallout 4's 20 bobbleheads were hard to find, discovering all of the game's many magazines will seem like an impossible task. However, for the avid reader, this guide will lead you to every single magazine hidden throughout the Commonwealth and detail all the fun perks they bring with them.

Lifestyle
by Marlando
5 years ago
Obamacare: An Overview of American Politics

If you thinking lots about Obamacare these days you''ll like this article as it has a great recipe: One cup of political insight Three tablespoons of soft-humor A dash of peppery hot observations and A sprinkle of defiance Let simmer and cover with contemplation for a tasty read.

Health
by RoseWrites
1 year ago
Is it Group A Strep or Wolbachia (Rickettsial Bacteria)?

It's becoming clear to me that mainstream media is playing a huge role in keeping the public and physicians in the dark. Wolbachia pipientis has been (knowingly) introduced into our food chain since 2009 - although the technology has been worked on for over 20 years. Wolbachia targets the brain, spinal cord, nerves (including the nerves to the stomach and intestines), muscles, gonads, lungs, kidneys, heart, liver, eyes, ears, and/or pancreas. Additionally, the Dmp53 tumor gene in Drosophila melanogaster (aka wMel) binds specifically to human p53 (which is implicated in 1/2 of human cancers). Wolbachia is extremely powerful and should never have been allowed to be put into a species (the Aedes genus of mosquito) that never had it in the first place. But we are told to limit our use of antibiotics, to "wait out" pink eye, to forgo digital rectal exams, and that strep A infections are causing deadly infections. And, I highly suspect that the legalization of cannabis will be blamed for the almost 60 percent dive in sperm counts among men from North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. In this paper, I walk you through what may become chaotic for ER physicians and staff within the next few years in North America.

History
by egdcltd
7 years ago
Abolitionist John Brown

John Brown (1800-1859) while perhaps a hero to many for his militantly strong anti-slavery stand could be considered by others as nothing more than a domestic terrorist.

Health
by Yindee
4 years ago
Control Cancer - Thrive and Survive on Positive Protocols

Positive ways to control cancer can help you thrive and survive! study your options, get a second opinion and use these popular protocols.

Health
by Economist
4 years ago
How Much is Invisalign?

Invisalign can be costly, but how much is Invisalign really? About a 5k price tag, however we'll share cost saving tips to make Invisalign cheap and affordable.

Home & Garden
by Marlando
6 years ago
Home Life: Making it sweet and secure again

This article attempts to confront one of today's most challenging questions--what has happened to home life? You may be shocked to learn how price manipulation plays a strong role in the deconstruction of family living. I think that anyone who is raising a family today (or desires to) will find this narrative important and interesting to their tomorrows to come.

Health
by Yindee
1 year ago
Fluoride free toothpaste - is it really necessary?

In the year 2000 I was interviewed on radio about fluoride a number of times. Some people were shocked at what really happens when you expose your gums, mouth ulcers and gingivitis to fluoride. Others were shocked to hear me oppose what dentists and doctors had to say about prescribing fluoride tablets for osteoporosis.

Lifestyle
by Brockett
8 years ago
The Disability Rights Movement

The Disability Rights Movement originated in the 1970's and remnants of it have continued into the 1990's. The movement was significant in the United States because it was the first time the disabled people were acknowledged as people who deserved to be treated equally as the rest of society. Before the Disability Rights Movement the disabled had minimal to rights.

Lifestyle
by Brockett
8 years ago
A basic overview of the medical interview The Lucky One with special attention given to the techniques used by the doctor to keep the medical agenda on track

Problems in doctor-patient communication have been occurring for many decades, but it has not been until recently that scholars have begun to focus on these problems. It is common in medical interviews to see the doctors doing specific verbal and nonverbal actions to move the medical interview along without showing concern for the patient's feelings and concerns.

History
by egdcltd
5 years ago
Most Conspicuous Courage of the Indian Princess Spy, Noor Inayat Khan

There are very few members of royalty who will ever--certainly in this day--put their lives, literally, on the line to do something they think might better the perception of their people.  The Indian princess, Noor Inayat Khan, was one such rare royal personage--she acted as a spy on behalf of the British during World War II and was executed by the Germans.

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