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Traveling By Water, Air, or Land: These Travel Tips Will Help!

Almost everyone has fond memories of some sort of trip they took as a child. Traveling during this period of your life probably felt like an adventure. This can be

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‘Miraculous’ Mosquito Hack Cuts Dengue Disease Rate by 77%

Just as mosquitoes and the diseases they carry plague tropical societies, the harnessing of the mosquito society’s own plague, Wolbachia bacteria, is helping Indonesia combat Dengue fever. Scientists creating an

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Giant Rhinoceros Skeleton Found in China – This Was One of the Largest Land Mammals Ever

In the land of endless fossils—aka North China—a new species of giant rhinoceros has been discovered in Gansu Province that ranks among the largest terrestrial mammals to ever walk the

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Instead of Skipping Graduation to Work at Waffle House, His Boss and Co-Workers Cooked up Miracles to Get Him There

As we all know, the best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry—and sometimes those of high school seniors do as well. Timothy Harrison of Center Point, Alabama planned

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Dad Breaks World Record by Completing 1.5 Million Pushups for Charity

A Wisconsin man has gone to extreme, near-impossible lengths to inspire his kids—while raising money for an important cause. As of Sunday, Winneconne’s Nate Carroll completed his 1,500,231st push-up within

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High Schooler Paralyzed During Football Game Draws Standing Ovation as He Walks at Graduation

A Pittsburgh high schooler who was paralyzed three years ago during a football game received a standing ovation at his high school graduation as he rose from his wheelchair and

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Jordan Clarkson helps food truck following racist vandalism

Utah Jazz player Jordan Clarkson made an incredible assist after a Filipino food truck was vandalized with anti-Asian graffiti. The guard partnered with vehicle wrap shop Identity Graphx to get

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Harvard-bound student asks high school to give her scholarship away

Verda Tetteh earned a standing ovation as the class speaker at her Massachusetts high school graduation. But what she did next had the crowd in awe. The Fitchburg High School

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