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My Anthropological Experiment With Zoosk

My Anthropological Experiment With Zoosk

Dear Zoosk, My anthropological experiment is going well, thanks. In the past 48 hours, I have been repeatedly looked at, winked at, and even messaged several times by total strangers. However, your methods are insidious to a person with Borderline Personality Disorder (BDP). Case in point, a little heart shows up in the message notifications […]

Homeopathy: Should It Be Used in the Treatment of Cancer?

Homeopathy: Should It Be Used in the Treatment of Cancer?

Choosing the right form of treatment is something that weighs heavily on the minds of cancer patients of all kinds. It is a life and death decision that is not to be taken lightly. A person can be swayed by doctors or even family members or friends to take a certain course of action. It […]

Obesity: Is There a Cure for the Epidemic Among Children?

Obesity: Is There a Cure for the Epidemic Among Children?

Childhood obesity is one of the biggest issues in America, yet one of the least concerns of the American government. This is an outrage, and I am writing this article in hopes of a change. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 17 percent of children and adolescents aged 2—19 years […]

Space: Calculating Our Way to the Stars

Space: Calculating Our Way to the Stars

The possibilities that technology and information processing are amazing, but at the moment, are just that, possibilities. We are constantly trying to find ways to make technology better, and more efficient. With the advent of quantum computing, we may be able to do more than we ever dreamed of. In a recent breakthrough, scientists have […]

Recent Cold Weather No Support for Climate Change Skeptics

Recent Cold Weather No Support for Climate Change Skeptics

For climate change skeptics, recent days have been a prime example that climate scientists have exaggerated the global warming scare, with temperatures in the eastern US dropping 5 to 25 degrees F below average. However, even with this second round of anomalously low temperatures, 2014 average temperatures are not unusual in the longer temperature record, […]

Ebola Cuts a Dangerous Swath

Ebola Cuts a Dangerous Swath

Inside this heated world of ours, there are trillions of diseases with only a fraction of those communicable to humans and only another fraction considered deadly. Among that fraction of a fraction, Ebola has come into the spotlight not unlike the way that Swine and Bird Flu have in years past. The difference for a […]

What Are We To Eat?

What Are We To Eat?

With everyone from your grandma Sally to Dr. Oz to your Facebook friends telling you how to eat healthy, it is hard to know what to swallow. Never mind America’s struggle with morbid obesity and our propensity to gorge ourselves with processed and artificially sweetened food, even a relatively intelligent and health conscious individual would […]

Exercising and Expecting

Exercising and Expecting

Long ago are the days of a sedentary pregnancy for baby’s safety. In fact, long ago are the days of – insert old- wives tale – pregnancies. Pregnant women, more so than any other genre, are privy to advice, solicited or not, from everyone. It might be from her mother, the Dr. or even the […]