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Hi Everyone!  I love the Hub Pages community.  I enjoy my kids, my pets, traveling, parties, decorating, reading and cooking and of course writing. I graduated from college with a business degree, and after working in the business world and owning various businesses,  I chose to go back to school to get my degree in counseling.  I enjoy helping people. I hope to share the little bit of knowledge and interests I have about a lot of things with you. My hubs will vary a span of topics on my different interests. Keep me on track and tell me what you think of my hubs. I enjoy reading other people's hubs and interacting with you.  I look forward to us getting to know each other.

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My hub http://hubpages.com/hub/Dogology-Dogs-Uncanny-Intelligence was nominated for a hubnuggets award. (Sept 2011)

My hub http://hubpages.com/hub/Save-Money-and-Explaining-Economics-to-Your-Kids won in the daily drawing Money Grows on Hubs Contest (Jan 2011)

My hub The History of Bathing from Ancient to Modern Times was nominated  and  won for "Top of the Class Contest week 15. (Feb 2011)

My hub about Totem Poles the Legacy of Native American Indians was nominated for the Top of the Class   (April 2011)

My hub about Choose the Best Dental Fillings  won the Daily Drawing in So You Think You Can Write Contest (April 2011)

My hub about my personal experiences with Super Storm Sandy won Hub of the Day (Dec 2012) http://toknowinfo.hubpages.com/hub/In-the-Path-of-Super-Storm-Hurricane-Sandy

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  • 5

    Horses and Their Sense of Hearing

    7 weeks ago

    Horses have a superior sense of hearing compared to people. What a horse pays attention to can be seen by the direction their movable ears are pointing towards. This sense helps warn them of predators

  • 0

    Horses and Their Sense of Vision

    7 weeks ago

    Horses have the largest eyes of any land animal. They see much different than human beings do. Like all of their five senses, horses rely on their sense of vision to help protect it from predators.

  • 0

    Horses and Their Sense of Taste

    7 weeks ago

    Horses have taste buds just like people do. But a horse's sense of taste can do much more than a human's. There are many similarities & many differences between a horse's sense of taste & a person's.

  • 2

    Horses Their Ability to Feel and Their Sense of Touch

    8 weeks ago

    Horses use their sense of touch to learn about their environment, to communicate, and to socialize, and as a defense against predators. A horse's sense of touch is more highly developed than peoples.

  • 2

    Horses and Their Sense of Smell

    7 weeks ago

    Horses use their 5 senses to understand their environment. A horse's sense of smell is one of the sharpest, besides a dog's sense of smell. Horses have two olfactory systems that pick up scents.

  • 6

    Horse Communication and Their Five Senses

    7 weeks ago

    Horses have been around for millions of years. As social animals they communicate with their five senses and with body language. Horses also use their five senses to protect themselves from predators

  • 42

    Human Animal Bond

    2 months ago

    Human beings and animals have a bond that goes back to evolutionary times. We have a complex relationship with the non human species we share our planet with, one that is very important to understand.

  • 10

    How Milk Gets from the Cow to You

    9 months ago

    There is a lot involved to make sure the dairy & milk we consume stays sanitary from the moment the milk leaves the cow to the time it is put in our refrigerator. Read & learn about milk production.

  • 7

    Why People Make Bad Decisions

    10 months ago

    Decisions, decisions. We all make good choices and bad choices. We are human and sometimes we make mistakes. But why do we make bad decisions even when we know better. The answers may surprise you.

  • 0

    Super Bowl Questions You May Never Have Thought to Ask

    11 months ago

    The annual event of the Super Bowl brings people together to celebrate with Super Bowl parties and a lot of curiosity about the facts, trivia, and history that leads up to this day.

  • 7

    The Good Things About Pizza

    11 months ago

    Is pizza good for you? The debate continues. Order pizza from a pizzeria, buy supermarket pizza, or homemade, pizza, pizza is one of the most eaten foods. This article is focused on pizzeria pizza.

  • 4

    How Did The Super Bowl Become Such a Big Deal

    11 months ago

    The Super Bowl has become a culture phenomenon. How did this one day sport event become a popular American iconic event. Read about the history of football and how it evolved to become all that it is.

  • 3

    The Footballs of the Super Bowls

    11 months ago

    NFL football is as American as apple pie. Did you know that every single football made for the professional NFL games are made in the United States? Read more about fascinating football facts.

  • 3

    Proper Nutrition for Your Cat

    11 months ago

    Do you know what to look for in cat food? There are many choices in commercial pet food. Cats have specific nutritional needs that are very different than other animals. Cat nutrition is important.

  • 9

    The Importance of Being Self Aware

    12 months ago

    How self aware are you? Many things we do, from the situations we find ourselves in, to the dissatisfaction we feel stem from how self aware we are. Self realization will bring you greater happiness.

  • 10

    Figuring Out Someone's Personality

    17 months ago

    We all look to typify a person by their personality. We try figuring out someone's personality. From their behavior and actions we draw conclusions about who they are. But are we always correct?

  • 12

    The History of Ice Cream Brands

    17 months ago

    What would mankind be like if ice cream was never invented? Ice cream is a multibillion dollar industry with an interesting history that includes innovation and entrepreneurship that spans the world

  • 9

    Procrastination - How to Stop Procrastinating

    17 months ago

    Procrastination is a habit we all do. Many reasons we procrastinate has to deal with pain and discomfort we are trying to avoid. In reality procrastination holds us back. Read great tips to stop today

  • 8

    How Your Personality Affects You

    17 months ago

    Our personality traits are defined by the way we think, & the way we behave. Everyone has a personality. It's our personality traits that differentiate us from each other & play roles in our decisions

  • 6

    How to Have a Happy Marriage - Good Relationships

    17 months ago

    Relationships are always complicated. People are complicated. Although there is no magic formula to having a happy marriage and a good relationship, there are some key factors important in a marriage.

  • 3

    Procrastination - Why We Procrastinate

    17 months ago

    Procrastination is a common habit of many of us. There are different type of procrastinators and many reasons people procrastinate. Learn why you do procrastinate and what you can do to correct this.

  • 2

    Invention of the Stethoscope

    17 months ago

    Of all the inventions in medicine, the stethoscope is probably one of the most common symbols that depict physicians. Yet, have you ever thought about how the stethoscope came to be & who invented it?

  • 2

    Angry Children - Dealing with Anger in Adults and Kids

    17 months ago

    Anger is a natural feeling that everyone has at times. Anger, when expressed appropriately is a healthy outlet for our frustration and feelings. Anger that is misdirected can have negative effects.

  • 0

    Twilight Time of Day

    17 months ago

    Twilight is a natural phenomenon that occurs everyday, twice a day on Earth. It is a spectacular & breathtaking display of lights and colors that transitions us from one part of the day to another.

  • 3

    A Happy Marriage - Tips for Resolving Conflicts

    17 months ago

    Relationships are complicated. People make things more harder than they may need to be. Read on to learn about ways to avoid conflict and improve your marriage and commitment towards each other.

  • 5

    Overly Dramatic People and Histrionic Personality Disorder

    17 months ago

    There are all types of people we encounter. Some people are drama queens - you know the kind- overly dramatic, theatrical, attention seeking. From the way they act to the way they dress, drama is them.

  • 1

    Feelings of Distress

    18 months ago

    Anxiety is something we have all felt. Stress, panic attacks, anxiety, phobias, post traumatic stress disorder, all interfere on varying levels with our comfort level & mental & physical well being.

  • 5

    Remembering Faces and Names

    18 months ago

    It might seem like it is easier to remember faces than names. Why is that? We use different parts of the brain to recognize a person's face & remember a person's name. Face recognition is easier to do

  • 1

    Stress and the Brain

    18 months ago

    Stress is everywhere. Stress can have many negative effects on a person, physically and mentally. Studies are showing that the brain is affected by constant stress. Reducing stress is important to do.

  • 8

    Nutritional Benefits of Onions

    18 months ago

    Onions have been around since ancient times and have many benefits besides just adding flavor to the foods we eat. You will be amazed at the many curative effects onions have. Read more about onions.

  • 5

    How We Focus and Concentrate

    18 months ago

    Concentration takes a lot of mental energy. Filtering out distractions and focus ing on the tasks at hand is actually a limited resource within us. The more we focus, the more productive we can become

  • 13

    Tips on Dealing With a Passive Aggressive Person

    18 months ago

    Passive aggressive behavior has many signs that we usually don't easily recognize. But it is important to understand what the passive aggressive person is doing so you avoid the traps they set for you

  • 6

    New Ideas and Divergent Thinking

    18 months ago

    There are times when we need to come up with a new way to do things or new ideas. Some people are better at coming up with innovative thoughts than others. Read on to see how you can create new ideas.

  • 4

    Does Personality Affect Longevity

    18 months ago

    There is so much about personalities. From the clothes we wear, the relationships we have, the careers we choose, to our lifestyle choices, our personality dictates everything we do. Read & learn more

  • 6

    Understand Personality

    18 months ago

    Personality is a complex topic. It is our personality that makes us each unique. As science learns more about the theories and genetics of people's personality, we will all learn more about ourselves.

  • 18

    Interesting Facts About Ice Cream

    18 months ago

    The most comprehensive list about ice cream you will find anywhere on the internet. Young and old enjoy ice cream as a delicious dessert or snack. Learn about some trivia and interesting facts today.

  • 5

    Food Presentation

    19 months ago

    Food presentation is an easy way to make it look like you fussed a lot. When we serve the food, we can just put it on the plate, or we can add a little color, a little design to transform the food.

  • 3

    Summer and Winter Solstices

    19 months ago

    The summer solstice in the northern hemisphere is the start of summer & longest day of the year. We understand the science of the seasons & astronomy. The ancient societies had their own traditions.

  • 16

    Dog People and Cat People Personality Types

    19 months ago

    There are dog people. There are cat people. There are people who love both and who love neither. What does having a pet preference say about your personality. Some studies are suggesting it says alot

  • 0

    What Makes Some People Lucky

    17 months ago

    Everyone wants to have good luck, but sometimes it may seem that some people are luckier than others. Why is that? Is luck random, or is it our destiny? What can you do to improve you luck. Read on .

  • 5

    Relief from Anxieties, Worries, Fears and Stress

    19 months ago

    Anxiety, worry, fears, and stress interfere with our natural way of being. We all worry about things, but excessive worry can make our lives more difficult than they have to be. Read these great tips.

  • 0

    Strategies for Procrastinators

    19 months ago

    Procrastination is a form of self defeating behavior. We always have a reason not to do things, but with some smart and common sense strategies you can battle the procrastination and get things done.

  • 0

    Teenagers and Self Esteem

    19 months ago

    Teenagers who have a higher self esteem will make better decisions when faced with peer pressure and become happier and more fulfilled adults. Read tips about how to improve your child's self esteem.

  • 0

    Family Dynamics and Personality

    19 months ago

    From our profession to our friendships, from our career choices to our hobbies, certain influences have impacted our choices and who we are. Do you think birth order plays a role in how we develop?

  • 6

    Why is Birth Order Important?

    19 months ago

    Birth order is a subject of great interest to many. Some dispute the traits that describe the personalities of oldest, middle & youngest children, yet many of us see ourselves in these descriptions.

  • 14

    How Exercise Improves Our Brains

    19 months ago

    Exercise improves our body and improves our mind. There are many benefits to exercising & now science believes it can even benefit our brains. Different exercise may have different results on memory.

  • 8

    How Music Affects People and Animals

    12 months ago

    Music makes our moods. The songs we sing, the music that is played, the beat we move are all an inborn reaction to the melodic sounds we hear. Man and animals respond to the tempo and rhythm of music.

  • 2

    Presidential Pets - President Warren Harding and his dog Laddie Boy

    19 months ago

    This is the 5th in a series of articles about dogs in history. You may never even have known President Warren Harding had a dog, Laddie Boy. After reading this, you will know he was a special dog.

  • 6

    Trying to Please Others

    18 months ago

    People pleasers have a strong need to be loved, accepted, and included. They tend to fear abandonment and rejection. People pleasers give up so much of themselves they end up feeling unsatisfied.

  • 7

    Relationships - Passive Aggressive Behavior and People Pleasing Patterns

    19 months ago

    Our personalities and the way we behave have everything to do with how we interact with others. Learn about who you are and the way you communicate and react and you may come to some new realizations

  • 4

    Why Do We All Perceive Smells Differently

    19 months ago

    Our sense of smell is one of our five senses. The ability to smell is very important to our quality of life. There is wonder in the world around us & much of what we perceive is through our nose.

  • 2

    Preoccupation With Unwanted Thoughts

    20 months ago

    Worry, obsessive thinking, ruminating, intrusive thoughts are things people do that preoccupy their minds,moods & feelings. Their behavior is even altered by these unwanted thoughts. You can read more

  • 0

    Frustrating People - The Passive Aggressive Personality

    12 months ago

    Some people can be more difficult than other people. People who behave in a passive aggressive way can be very frustrating people to deal with. Learn about Passive Aggressive Personality Disorder.

  • 1

    Why We Jump to Conclusions

    20 months ago

    We can only view the world from our own limited perspective. We jump to conclusions because we try to pretend we know more about the person than we do. This fundamental attribution error is common.

  • 3

    Who Gets Alzheimer's Disease

    20 months ago

    Alzheimer's Disease is a progressive & debilitating disorder that affects people as they age. Science is trying to learn who gets Alzheimer's & why. To date there is no cure, but there is hope one day

  • 6

    Feeling Inadequate - Why We Feel Bad About Ourselves

    20 months ago

    There are many reasons we feel inadequate. These feelings start in childhood & affect the decisions and behavior we make into adulthood. There are active steps we can take to be the person you can be.

  • 4

    Why We Get in Our Own Way - About Self Sabotage

    20 months ago

    We all deal with inner conflicts. Some us end up holding ourselves back & self sabotaging our efforts. There are many reasons we do this, often on an unconscious level. The key is more self awareness.

  • 1

    Why Do People Get Depressed

    20 months ago

    Depression can happen for many reasons. Sometimes it is environmental, or genetic. There are many factors that can cause depressive symptoms. We are learning more about this mood disorder.

  • 3

    Why Do We Have Different Personalities?

    20 months ago

    Personality, we all have it, yet it makes us different from each other. The study of personality and many theories have helped us gain a better understanding of ourselves and others.

  • 4

    Why Laughter is Good

    20 months ago

    Laughing is good for us for many reasons. We benefit emotionally, socially, and physically. Laughter is a bonding experience and part of our evolution as social beings. Laughter is a universal emotion

  • 4

    Facial Expressions - Emotions and Feelings

    19 months ago

    Facial expressions tell us a lot about what a person is thinking and feeling. There are seven basic emotions that are universal among all people, and even among primates like chimapanzees.

  • 9

    What is Low Frustration Tolerance

    20 months ago

    Don quit his job when he didn't get a promotion. Sheilia feared all was lost when her mother entered the hospital. Carl honked his horn when the traffic moved slowly. Toby had to have the cake now.

  • 12

    Politics and Personal Beliefs

    20 months ago

    Politics and people. There will always be heated debates and deeply seated personal opinions that divide a nation, and even families. Why do people get so heated about politics?

  • 12

    Changing Negative Thinking Into Positive Thinking

    21 months ago

    The way we think affects everything we do and feel. Negative thinking is the cause of much of the distress we feel. Anxiety often comes from being over focused on ourselves. Learn to think different.

  • 7

    Self Beliefs and How They Affect US

    21 months ago

    Self defeating behavior is part of our self beliefs. Our perspective and the things we believe to be true slant our perspective about ourselves and others. Self beliefs directly affect our well being.

  • 1

    Business Success, the Japanese Way

    21 months ago

    Every business success is built upon fundamentals and principals. Learning about the business philosophy of Kaizen, will help any company, in any industry, a small, medium or large business succeed.

  • 2

    Passive Aggressive Behavior in Children and What to Do With Kids Who Don't Listen

    21 months ago

    Passive aggressive behavior always begins in childhood. It occurs because the family dynamics do not allow the child the freedom to express their feelings about anger. The anger comes out anyway.

  • 2

    Passive Aggressive Children and How to Deal with Kids

    21 months ago

    Passive aggressive behavior is a normal developmental phase of childhood. It is important to teach your children to be properly assertive so they don't grow into passive aggressive adults.

  • 10

    Married to a Passive Aggressive Person and What to Do

    21 months ago

    Marriage involves communication, commitment, & compromise. Often people with passive aggressive personality disorder do not do these things well. There are things you can do to improve your marriage.

  • 2

    Are You Married to a Passive Aggressive Person?

    21 months ago

    Many of us act passive aggressively on occasion to hide our resentfulness. For some this is dominant part of our personality and is detrimental to our relationships. Read on to learn more.

  • 13

    Finding Meaning and Purpose in the Things You Do

    21 months ago

    How we choose to spend our time today affects our tomorrow. It is a universal & intrinsic need to want our lives to have meaning, and for our days to have purpose. There are real ways to achieve this

  • 8

    The Importance of Self Esteem

    21 months ago

    Our self esteem affects everything, from our interactions to our careers. From our daily choices to our outlook on the world. What is it about self esteem that dictates much of ourselves and all we do

  • 1

    Needing to Feel Valued

    21 months ago

    The need to feel valued, and important, that we matter is a basic emotional need that everyone feels. We want to feel that we contribute. It gives purpose to our existence and meaning to who we are.

  • 7

    The Many Ways Honey Bees Are Good for People

    21 months ago

    Honey bees may seem like a threat to people because they can sting. But when understand the wonderful things they do in nature, you will see how beneficial they are to humans and to our planet.

  • 9

    Women Pioneers in History

    22 months ago

    There are many stories of people in history. Women have made many contributions that have forever changed the world. Read about how the destiny of these women created a lasting legacy for us all.

  • 2

    Being a People Pleaser

    22 months ago

    Are you a people pleaser? Do you deprive yourself to give to others? Do you put yourself last? Do you really have the respect & admiration of others? Do you have the courage to do more for yourself?

  • 16

    Dealing With Passive Aggressive People

    10 months ago

    Ever wonder why you are the one cleaning up the mess left by someone else? Ever wonder why you can't rely on your partner, friend, or coworker because they never seem to fulfill their promises?

  • 11

    Why Music Gets Stuck in Your Head

    12 months ago

    Have you ever had that uninvited song take residence in your head? The tune plays over and over again, as we become powerless at our inability to rid our mind of the annoying repetition. Read on...

  • 7

    Causes of Passive Aggressive Behavior

    22 months ago

    Passive aggressive acts happen more often than you realize. There are real reasons why people behave this way. By seeing the root causes in yourself and others, you can learn to avoid this behavior.

  • 6

    Definition of Passive Aggressive Behavior

    22 months ago

    Passive aggression is an often used personality trait to hide anger and unresolved childhood resentment towards authority figures. Read more about the different aspects of passive aggressive behavior.

  • 3

    Exercise and Walking Poles

    18 months ago

    Walking poles offer many benefits to those who want to get fit and put the least strain on all parts of the body. Learn all about walking poles and features to look for.

  • 6

    How to Succeed According to Andrew Carnegie

    23 months ago

    Andrew Carnegie was a poor immigrant from Scotland and ended up becoming an American entrepreneur during the time of the Industrial Revolution. Carnegie started Carnegie Steel and became one of the wealthiest people in...

  • 6

    Stories We Tell Ourselves

    18 months ago

    Human behavior is a fascinating thing. We all tell ourselves stories about our own behavior and thoughts because it feels uncomfortable to have contradicting thoughts. We want our beliefs and our action to align closely...

  • 4

    Random Acts of Kindness and Human Nature

    18 months ago

    Random Acts of Kindness Week is February 11-February 17, 2013. Pay it Forward Day is April 25th. Bad news dominates the headlines of current events on a daily basis. None stunned our country and the world more...

  • 10

    Emotions and Clutter

    18 months ago

    Our emotions are connected to our environment. Having a comfortable neat surrounding, helps ourselves in many ways. Sometimes we are afraid to throw things out because we are afraid of the future. Sometimes we hold onto...

  • 4

    Pawprints in History Part 4 - Abraham Lincoln and The Presidential Dogs

    18 months ago

    The 16th President of the United States is a monumental figure in American history. He is known for freeing the slaves and guiding our country at a very divisive time during the Civil War. In addition to the great...

  • 6

    How We Make Decisions

    18 months ago

    We human beings pride ourselves on being rational creatures. We make many decisions all day long, everyday. We would like to think that we evaluate situations and formulate rational and correct decisions based on a...

  • 2

    Choosing a Career in The Mental Health Profession

    18 months ago

    People are very interesting. The world goes round spun by the intracacies of individual personalities and interpretations of the world we share together, yet view very differently. It brings up questions pertaining to...

  • 8

    Attitude of Achievers

    18 months ago

    There are specific things you can do to accomplish what you set out to do. As you aim to achieve take meaningful and purposeful steps because what you do matters. Whether it is a New Year’s Resolution or a long...

  • 6

    Pawprints in History Part 3 - George Washington and His Dogs

    23 months ago

    George Washington, General, first President of the United States and avid animal lover. Read about George Washington and the many dogs he owned and bred.

  • 12

    Fun Facts About Reindeer

    20 months ago

    Reindeer are fascinating animals that are much more interesting than the legend that associates them with Santa Claus.

  • 2

    How to Have a Strong and Lasting Relationship

    10 months ago

    A successful intimate relationship is important in all aspects of your connection with other people, and for your good health and your mind. A measure of a good relationship is based on trust, respect, safety, and...

  • 10

    Ladybugs Facts

    2 years ago

    Ladybugs live all over the world. There are about 5,000 species and over 450 are native to North America. Also called ladybirds, or ladybeetles. They are part of the Coccinellide (scientific name) or beetle family,...

  • 31

    In the Path of Super Storm Sandy

    9 months ago

    Decades ago, in 1982, the World Meteorological Organization chose the name Sandy in their alphabetical list of named Atlantic storms, never knowing that this would become a storm of immense proportions that would affect...

  • 10

    Those Light Bulb Moments, Where Do They Come From?

    2 years ago

    The story goes something like this: Archimedes, the ancient Greek scientist in the 3rd century, B.C., was asked by the King to tell him if his crown was made of pure gold. Archimedes had to find out if it was real. ...

  • 2

    How to Clean a Floor

    21 months ago

    Cleaning your floor is a necessary chore. Different types of floors need differnet care. Keep your floor lasting longer and looking better. Here are some easy and quick floor cleaning tips to follow.

  • 21

    How to Handle Verbal Abuse

    2 years ago

    Verbal abuse affects children and adults alike. The affects of verbal abuse are not readily seen. The scars one bears from being mistreated lie deep within the hurting soul of the person who is being abused. They often...

  • 18

    Sleeping Habits of Dogs - How Dogs Sleep

    19 months ago

    There are many factors that affect how much a dog sleeps. Canines seem to sleep much more and much lighter than people do. Dogs have particular sleeping habits that are much different from human beings. Yet, it seems...

  • 4

    Why Do Dogs Lick Us?

    2 years ago

    There are many theories as to why dogs lick, and no one can be sure exactly why. Mother dogs lick their puppies to keep them clean and groomed, and to help stimulate the young dog’s body functions. Licking feels...

  • 4

    Brushing Your Teeth - Electric or Manual Toothbrushes

    2 years ago

    According to the American Dental Association, manual toothbrushes work just as well as electric ones. The most important thing, when brushing your teeth is how the toothbrush, manual or electric is used. When used...

  • 1

    The Psychology of Emotion

    2 years ago

    What Are Emotions? There is the science of emotions, and there is the feelings of emotions. Neuroscience has studied how brains generate emotions. Philosophers have debated the causes of emotions.Psychologists have...

  • 2

    The History of Mirrors

    2 years ago

    Mirrors are part science, part psychology, part beauty, part art, part magic, and part reality. They exist in our everyday life. Mirrors are a piece of the history of mankind, and a piece of history of the person in...

  • 4

    Your Core Beliefs and You

    2 years ago

    Our reality is a product of our beliefs. Our beliefs create our reality because we believe what we want to believe. The things that don’t fit our into our belief system become a kind of does not compute and gets...

  • 7

    How Our Past Affects Us

    2 years ago

    Our personal history lives within each of us. It speaks of our past, of experiences we have had, of people we have met. Our personal history is intertwined with our culture, our society, and the beliefs we have formed....

  • 2

    Amblyopia - How a Lazy Eye Affects Vision and More

    2 years ago

    Amblyopia is a disorder in the brain, where vision in one eye had not properly developed. It affect 2-3 out of every 100 children and is the most often cited reason of visual impairment in one eye among adults (not...

  • 0

    Relationships - Do Opposites Really Attract?

    2 years ago

    When it comes to romantic attraction, personalities play a crucial role in the relationship. There are two rules of thought. One is the complementarity theory, which believes that people are attracted to those who are...

  • 6

    Facts About Clouds

    2 years ago

    A cloudless plain blue sky is like a flowerless garden. ~Terri Guillemets Clouds are a wondrous part of nature. They are beautiful to look at. Clouds spur our imagination as we gaze upon the billows of white puffs...

  • 2

    The Causes of Stress Overload

    2 years ago

    All around us stress exists. Life is rarely so relaxing, that we can feel pressure free and worry free. The demands we put on ourselves, and others put on us, create feelings that affects us in many situations of our...

  • 16

    Right and Left Handed Animals

    2 years ago

    The majority of people are right handed. P Some people can be ambidextrous, where they can use both hands, but most of us strongly favor the use of one hand over the other. Scientists agree that this is due primarily to...

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    Easy Fat-Free Vegan Raspberry Vinaigrette Salad Dressing

    2 years ago

    Learn about the wonderful health benefits of raspberries. Delicious and easy recipe for raspberry vinaigrette dressing for all kinds of salads and for beef, fish, and poultry, and vegetables.

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    Beauty of Fall - Leaf Pigments and Why Leaves Change Color

    2 years ago

    Why Do Leaves Change Colors? It is a natural and annual event that the leaves of trees change as the seasons turn from a warm spring and hot summers to cooler fall temperatures. So why do leaves change color? There...

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    Fall Foliage in New York

    2 years ago

    To witness the vibrant colors of the autumn leaves changing, is very exciting to our sense of sight. Fall foliage in New York is filled with an awesome variety of colors that will rival any state across the country. ...

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    Definition of Depth Perception

    2 years ago

    The sense of sight is truly an extraordinary ability we have. To be able to see different colors, perceive motion, discern shapes, approximate the size of an object far away, and judge speed and distances is a gift we...

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    Knitting - History and Trivia of an Old World Craft

    2 years ago

    Knitting is an old world craft that is still done today. No one is sure, exactly when knitting began. but it probably originated in the Middle East, most likely in Egypt. Fragments of knitted articles were found in...

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    Low Fat Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

    2 years ago

    The chocolate chip cookie is a pretty recent invention. It didn't take long for it to become the most popular cookie in the United States. In 1937, the chocolate chip cookie was born. Invented by Ruth Graves...

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    Raspberry Cordial Recipe

    2 years ago

    Cordials originated as a beverage made from herbal ingredients. These beverages were thought to be good for the heart. Cordials originally developed from herbal medicines in the 1200's in Italy. By the 1500's cordials...

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    Tips on Weight Loss: You Don't Have to Clean Your Plate!

    2 years ago

    Our eating behavior and how much we eat is affected by many external factors such as packaging,portion size, how much attention we are paying to what we are eating, and even the shape of the plate and the plate size. ...

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    Coping With Emotional Pain

    2 years ago

    Emotional pain, does not cause us to bleed. We can’t see it, but we feel it strongly. The pain from psychological hurt is real and deep, yet it can’t be found by any diagnostic medical tests.A broken heart...

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    Sneakers History

    2 years ago

    The history and invention of sneakers evolved through many companies, many people, and many decades. From the 19th century, through today, sneakers have become one of the most popular foot coverings for fashion and...

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    Popularity of Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars Shoes

    2 years ago

    Sneakers, basketball, and a world class salesman combine to make athletic shoe history by selling more pairs of athletic footwear, than any other shoes ever. Converse and Chuck Taylor created the most popular, best...

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    More Facts About The Empire State Building

    2 years ago

    The Empire State Building was constructed in 1931. The Empire State Building is privately owned and is not run by or owned by the State of New York, or New York City. When The Empire State Building was built, it was...

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    Facts About The Empire State Building New York City

    19 months ago

    Manhattan, New York, is the biggest city in the world. But not in size. Manhattan is an island that is 13.4 miles (21.5 km) long. At its widest point, it is 2.3 miles (3.7 km). At its narrowest point, it is 0.8 miles...

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    Calming an Upset or Angry Child

    2 years ago

    The relationship you have with your children is very important when it comes to an upset or angry child. Research has proven that the more connected parents are to their children, the less they get angry with each...

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    Why Do We Swing Our Arms When We Walk

    2 years ago

    The ability to walk upright is uniquely human, and sets us apart from well over 200 species of living primates. It is an obvious part of our evolution, and distinctly differentiates us from the apes. Once a child learns...

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    Emotional Differences Between Men and Women - Stress Responses

    2 years ago

    Biologically there are obvious gender differences. Are there difference responses to stress in men and women ? The human body is designed to react to stressful situations with the flight or fight response. ...

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    How to Protect Your Dogs from the Dangers of Summer Heat

    2 years ago

    Dogs in hot weather need our protection. While we may not give it too much thought, dogs are much more sensitive to heat than us humans. Canines are not efficient at sweating, and so they are more susceptible to having...

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    What is Tempura?

    2 years ago

    Japan is well known for its tempura. Tempura is a form of deep frying fish and vegetables in a batter coating. The surprising news is that Tempura did not originate it Japan. It was introduced in the 16th century, to...

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    Pet Therapy for Children With Disabilities

    19 months ago

    Dogs and kids are a natural. So natural that children with disabilities, whether they are physical or mentally disabled, have shown tremendous benefits when they interact with dogs. Children with disabilities gain...

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    Simple Ways to Unclog a Drain

    18 months ago

    We all get clogged drains, and they all have to be unclogged. Before you call a plumber read some easy and simple solutions to getting your drains unclogged, and how to prevent it from happening often

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    Weather and Rain -Snowflakes and Raindrops

    2 years ago

    “If the rain spoils our picnic, but saves a farmer's crop, who are we to say it shouldn't rain?” ~Tom Barrett Rain - it is all a matter of perspective. It usually interferes with the things we want to...

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    Why Do Plants Need Fertilizers?

    2 years ago

    All plants have the capability of making their own food. Plants are the only living organisms that can make their own food. Outdoor plants have a greater ability to do this, more than indoor house plants do. Plants...

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    about giraffes

    2 years ago

    On rolling grasslands, with scattered shrubs and occasional trees, the tallest mammals on earth, graze on the leaves from treetops in the savanna of Africa. Towering above all other wildlife, a giraffe's height allows...

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    About Peaches

    2 years ago

    There may be over 4,000 varieties of peaches throughout the world in round, and even flat shaped fruit. According to the Wall Street Journal, the “best peach on earth” is in a little town 90 minutes from...

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    Who is Isaac Newton

    2 years ago

    If Isaac Newton was never born, what would we think about the world today? Until Sir Isaac Newton came up with many of his theories, people had many misconception about the way things worked, and how the universe...

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    How to Use Color Therapy to Relieve Stress

    2 years ago

    Color affects our moods, evoking powerful feelings on a conscious and unconscious level. From the colors of clothes we choose to wear to the shades that decorate our home, colors have a powerful impact on what we feel...

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    Most Common Food Allergies in Dogs

    2 years ago

    Food allergies are very common in dogs. Dogs can also be intolerant to certain foods. Food intolerance is diffferent from food allergies. Food allergies usually cause itchiness, and other allergic reactions. Food...

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    How to Break Bad Sleep Habits

    2 years ago

    The best cure for insomnia is to get a lot of sleep. ~ W.C. Fields What is your chronotype? Chronotype has to do with what time a person prefers to be awake. Poor sleeping habits are one of the most common problems,...

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    How to Exfoliate Dry Skin

    2 years ago

    To exfoliate or not exfoliate, that is the question. Well actually, the question is what is exfoliation? Exfoliation removes the outer surface of dry skin. Our body naturally sloughs off older skin cells, but as...

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    How to Teach Children to Care for Pets

    2 years ago

    What would you do to make sure your child grows up with a strong self esteem, to be a mature, responsible adult, who is compassionate, and kind to others? While there is no magic formula, it seems that children who...

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    Expand Your Skin Vocabulary

    2 years ago

    Skin - it is the largest organ of our body. Our skin is exposed to all the elements and because of this, needs a lot of care. Take care of your skin and you will look and feel better. Our skin is subject to rashes,...

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    Why Do We Love Pets? Is It in Our Genes to Have Compassion for Animals?

    2 years ago

    There is nothing like walking through the door and being greeting with that unconditional love that our pets give us. Dogs show us a span of emotions including love, curiosity, anxiety and it is these feelings that help...

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    Dogs and Cold Weather - How Dogs Stay Warm - It is More Than their Fur

    11 months ago

    Dogs are designed to withstand cold weather in a variety of ways. How is it they can take the winter and stay warm in cold temperatures even though they don't wear shoes or hats or warm coats?

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    Housetraining and Teaching Older Dogs - How to Train an Adult Dog

    2 years ago

    Housebreaking a dog can be a very difficult and frustrating aspect of owning a pet. When it comes to an older dog, housebreaking is even more challenging because it may take longer that to house train a puppy. Expect...

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    Do Friends Make Us Happier People?

    2 years ago

    It has been proven through the ages that strong friendships have a positive effect on our quality of life. Friends do so much for us. They fill emotional space left by family members and add a dimension to our lives...

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    Pets and Children with Disabilities - About Animals and Kids

    2 years ago

    "Animals are reliable, many full of love, true in their affections, predictable in their actions, grateful and loyal. Difficult standards for people to live up to." ~ Alfred A. Montapert Pets Teach Kids So...

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    Beauty, Attractiveness, and Personality

    19 months ago

    Our Perceptions of Beauty Beauty - What We Find Attractive and Why Beauty has many definitions. Beauty is extrinsic and intrinsic. We see beauty, but personality is a factor in how beautiful we think someone...

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    Leadership Qualities - the Difference between Good Leaders and Toxic Leaders

    21 months ago

    It takes a certain type of person to be a leader. From the ability to persuade to the charisma that gets people to follow them, it is important to be able to recognize good leaders from toxic leaders.

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    Smiling -The Meaning, Mystery and Magic of Smiles

    2 years ago

    Smiling - It is a universally human form of communication. A smile has the ability to reach into the depths of another person. Smiling at someone can actually cause an immediate and sometimes involuntary recipricol...

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    Hair Dyes - The Health Concerns of Coloring Your Hair

    2 years ago

    Approximately ⅓ of females over the age of 18 years old, and 10% of men over 40 years old color their hair. Hair dyes are categorized into permanent, (which makes up 80% of the products on the market),...

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    Sleep and Our Sanity

    2 years ago

    People who are severely sleep deprived will develop many mental symptoms including hallucinations, paranoia and disorientation, in addition to unclear thinking. Sleep deprivation has been used as a form of torture....

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    Being Assertive - Help Your Child Who is Bullied, Put Down, and Teased by Others

    20 months ago

    Bullying is a common problem among children. It can have damaging effects on their self esteem and their ability to fit in socially and at school. Here's some tips to help your child through this.

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    Peoplality - Creative Personality and Anxiety

    2 years ago

    Psychologists have been studying creativity since the early 1900’s. Throughout this time, it has been elusive to define the creative person. Definitions of creativity have constantly changed. Personality is a...

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    Making Mondays Better - Moods and the Day of the Week

    2 years ago

    Motivating ourselves to start the work week is one of the most difficult things to do. There are many factors that may affect our sluggish start to the week and our mood. What is memory bias,the weekend effect and how...

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    How the Republican Party Got Started - The History of the GOP & Some Trivia Too

    2 years ago

    Prior to the start of the Civil War, the states of the United States had many disagreements over the antislavery debate. A document was created to alleviate the stress between the states. It was called the Missouri...

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    Psychologyisms: The Many Ways Clutter is Bad for You

    3 years ago

    Stuff... Some of us have too much clutter in our homes, at our work, in our car, in our computer files, our emails, in our relationships, and even on our mind. Clutter interferes in our lives in many ways. We waste time...

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    Cravings, Needs and Soft Addictions - How Our Behaviors Affect Our Health - More Than Just Habits

    3 years ago

    You can be addicted to almost anything. Addicted people become physically and psychologically dependent on their habit. Often we think addiction refers to drugs, cigarettes, alcohol, gambling and other destructive...

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    Self Help and Perfection - Looking for Acceptance from Others (Life Coaching Courses)

    3 years ago

    Life Coaching Courses: Self Help and Perfection - Looking for Acceptance from Others We use up a lot of energy trying to be perfect. We fear making mistakes, appearing incompetent, and we don’t want to be...

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    Benefits of Eating Right - Nutrition Facts - Choosing Foods that are Good for You

    3 years ago

    There is a lot of information about nutrition facts. What we put into our mouths, the food we eat, greatly affect all our organs and our entire body. How good we feel, is greatly dependent on how we take care of...

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    Remembering the World Trade Towers and 9/11

    18 months ago

    The World Trade Towers were once iconic symbols of New York. They stood as the tallest buildings in Lower Manhattan, where they watched over the financial market of the world in a city like no other.

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    Understanding Hiccups - Health Tips - What Will Control Hiccups

    11 months ago

    Everyone has gotten the hiccups or known someone who has the hiccups. It's a an automatic response and can be difficult to get rid of. Can hiccups be controlled? Learn all about hiccups and what to do.

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    World of Cartoons and Animation and The Future of Careers in Cartooning

    3 years ago

    What type of cartoonist do you want to be? You can choose from a variety of political cartoonist, comic strip cartoonist, comic book artist, animated cartoonist, and caricaturist. What is a cartoon? A cartoon is...

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    What does feeling empowered feel like to you?

    3 years ago

    Feeling powerless or feeling empowered. Which would you rather feel? Feeling powerless is a terrible feeling. Empowerment is what we need to seek to gain happiness, and a fulfilling, gratifying and satisfying life....

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    Evolution and History of the Zipper - From Neanderthal Man to Modern Day

    10 months ago

    The history of zippers is an interesting and important one. Zippers are used everyday by almost everyone, everywhere. Read how this functional invention became part of our ordinary clothing fashions.

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    How to Choose the Best Dental Fillings for Your Teeth-Good Oral Tooth Care and Dentists

    3 years ago

    Since the days of ancient Egypt, dental care has been practiced in one form or another. Throughout time, dentistry has become a specialized profession. Back in the Middle Ages, dentists worked on teeth and also cut...

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    How to Listen to the Sounds of Nature

    2 years ago

    It is a beautiful day in Saguaro National Park, in Tuscon, Arizona. The park is alive with the audible sounds of birds, and animals, of hoots, and chirps, and howls.  Dusk arrives, and the jeep pulls over so we can...

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    How Smart are Elephants? Intellect, Social Life, and Emotions of the Largest Land Animals on Earth

    3 years ago

    What do human beings, dolphins, great apes and elephants have in common? As far as science has studied, these mammals are part of an exclusive group of animals who can recognize themselves in the mirror. Scientists...

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    More Human Anatomy: Loving Our Body Parts We Rarely Think About (Part 2)

    3 years ago

    Ancient Egypt studied the human body. Back as far as 1600 B.C.E., written text were found that show they recognized many organs of the body and blood vessels. In 275 B.C.E., the first dissection of the human body was...

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    Science and Psychology of Music and the Making of War Time Songs

    3 years ago

    Music, has for thousands of years, been a symbol of the culture, the psychology, and the beliefs of the people at that particular time. Rhythms and musical beats can be traced back to ancient times, when Pythagoras of...

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    Why Pillows are Important to Your Well Being

    3 years ago

    You have heard about pillow talk, but what about pillow health? We spend about one third of our lives laying our heads on a pillow. Like Goldilocks, some are too hard, some are too soft and some are just right! Finding...

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    How to Relax, Recharge, and Rejuvenate Your Body, Mind and Spirit - Eastern and Western Ways

    2 years ago

    A vibrant life is a measure of good health. Pleasure from the things we do, and postive energy both given and received are a few of the ingredients we all need for our overall well being. We live busy and hectic day...

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    Animalogy: Magnetite - How Animals Find their Way Around Our Planet using Earth’s Magnetic Field

    3 years ago

    Birds. butterflies, bats, turtles and many other animals roam the skies and float across the open waters of the globe, travelling thousands of miles to their destinations. These animals never stray off course, lose...

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    First Greek Analog Computer Used by Astronomers and Sports Fans

    3 years ago

    Those Greeks. They gave us democracy, the Olympics, great food and famous myths. Now they are giving us mysteries to solve. The Antikythera mechanism is a metal gear that was found among the wreckage of a sunken Roman...

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    Lionhead Bunny Rabbits - All About these Cute and Unusual Bunnies

    11 months ago

    Lion head rabbits are a special breed of bunny rabbits that have extra fur around their head that resemble the mane of a lion. They are cute, gentle and furry animals and make wonderful pets.

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    Where Does Personality Come From? - Discovering the Secrets Our Brain Holds

    19 months ago

    Where exactly personality comes from still has some mystery to it. Genetics, environment, experiences, all play a big role in who we are, in our behavior and how we react to situations. Science has long studied how...

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    Totem Poles - the Legacy of Native American Indians and Tribal Customs

    20 months ago

    Totem poles are fascinating to look at. It can make you wonder about the story it is trying to tell, and about a people who believe in customs and traditions that can teach us all so much. Read more!

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    Scientific Breakthroughs - Gene Therapy for Genetic Diseases and Disorders - Hope, Help, and Headway

    3 years ago

    We are all  special. Our genes are part of our uniqueness. But when it comes to a disease, we don’t want to be unique. Many diseases are the result of genes that are flawed. Gene therapy replaces bad genes...

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    Success Stories - Successful Late Bloomers and Achievers

    11 months ago

    Success can come at any age. You are never too old, and it is never too late to be successful. There are more stories of success late in life, than you may realize. Read on and get inspired !

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    Benefits of Being Online - Using the Internet Makes Web Users Happy, Smart and Productive

    3 years ago

    Using the Internet, it turns out may have many more beneficial affects than were previously thought.  According to  2009 Pew Internet and American Life Project survey, almost 73% of adults in the United States...

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    Psychologyisms: Predicting Our Own Feelings - Do We Really Know What Makes Us Happy?

    3 years ago

    Did you ever wish you had a crystal ball, psychic powers, the ability to foretell the future? It appears that none of us have these skills, so scientists have been studying how people make predictions, which influence...

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    Protecting Sea Turtles and Marine Life Preservation - Ocean Animals

    19 months ago

    They roam the warm and temperate waters of the world for the nearly 8 -10 decades of their nomadic existence. As ancient creatures of the sea, their ancestry takes them back 150 million years ago, to the later Jurassic...

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    Dogology - Service Dogs - Helping the World in a Special Way

    2 years ago

    The event makes headline across the globe. We watch on television, read in newspapers, get reports from the radio, and witness the devastation on our electronic devices. Unspeakable acts of destruction from nature and...

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    Pet Care and Bunny Moments: Pleasures and Perils of Owning and Caring for a Rabbit

    2 years ago

    What do you need to know before you adopt a bunny rabbit? The Unconditional Love of Having a Bunny Among my menagerie of pets, I have a sweet rabbit named Peaches. He is a long floppy eared bunny, also known as a French...

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    A Puppy Sells for $1.5 Million - Dollars for Dogs - How Much Is That Doggy in the Window?

    3 years ago

    What is the most expensive breed of dog? An 11 month old puppy that weighs 180 pounds just sold for $1.5 million. The dog is a red Tibetan mastiff, and was sold to a Chinese a multimillionaire businessman, a coal...

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    Can Animals Predict Natural Disasters - The Connection Between Nature and Animals

    19 months ago

    Animals have a natural instinct that keeps them more in tune with nature than people are. Why are animals able to sense natural disasters like earthquakes, tornadoes, storms, & other occurrences?

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    Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Aftershocks, Whirlpools and Vortexes-Explanation of Earthquakes

    19 months ago

    Nature is very powerful and destructive. Earthquakes, tsunamis, earthquake aftershocks, whirlpools and vortexes have been known to cause much damage. Read more about tectonic plates, faults, epicenter

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    When Celebrities Suffer from a Mental Illness - Charlie Sheen and BiPolar Disorder

    2 years ago

    Charlie Sheen has been giving non stop interviews on tv, radio, and online.  He has been saying outlandish things and been the subject of comedic skits all over television. Charlie Sheen’s obvious mental...

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    Milestones and Meanings - Seeking Inspiration from the Things We Do

    12 months ago

    What is in a number?Why is the number 100 so significant to us? This article will get you thinking about what numbers represent to you and how you can gain inspiration from the things you do.

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    Butterflies - Winged Wonders - A Gift of Nature

    12 months ago

    I have entomophobia. It is caused by bugs. But don’t worry. It is nothing serious. Entomophobia is the fear of bugs. Yet, I am not afraid of butterflies, ladybugs, grasshoppers and praying mantis And on occasion,...

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    People and Their Pets and Personalities- Do They Have Similar Personality Traits?

    10 months ago

    Our personality is a part of everything we do. People who are pet lovers have certain characteristics in common. What type of people have the personalities that make them them want to have a pet?

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    The Humourous Side of the United States Presidents

    3 years ago

    Some of the things these men did, makes you wonder if women should run the world. George Washington, served two terms as president. One of his favorite foods was ice cream. Upon his retirement he built a...

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    What the World Did On Valentine’s Day

    3 years ago

    Hearts and Cupid are symbolic of this day. And people almost all over the world acknowledge their special someone on Valentine’s Day. This is the day people show their love for one another with gifts, candy,...

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    History of Bathing from Ancient to Modern Times

    19 months ago

    Bathing and showering, washing our hands are part of our routine cleanliness habits. We probably have given little thought to its origins in civilization, customs in society or even to the invention of the running...

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    Did You Know? Football Facts-Super Bowl Trivia and Other Interesting Information

    11 months ago

    American Football is a favorite sport unique to the United States. Read on for interesting and fun trivia about Super Bowl Sunday and the game of football.

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    How a Recession Causes College Grads to Earn Less Money Their Entire Careers

    2 years ago

    People with college graduate degrees are facing limited job opportunities and lower possible incomes as the recession looms over our country and the economy. This recession may very well affect the lifetime earnings of...

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    Smart Bargains and Shopping Deals - Why We Buy Things

    3 years ago

    As we shop we are bombarded with signs and messages telling us about prices and discounts As we walk through the store, we are talking to ourselves and telling ourselves what items appear to be smart bargains. We...

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    Making and Saving Money Ben Franklin’s Way

    3 years ago

    We all know Benjamin Franklin for his famous quotations, as an inventor, a writer, a businessman, an environmentalist, a diplomat, a statesman, and his participation in the Declaration of Independence, just to list a...

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    Super Bowl Recipes for a Fun Football Super Bowl Party

    11 months ago

    When it comes to Super Bowl Sunday, whether you love the game of football, or enjoy the legendary ads, or go to a party for social reasons, everyone expects to eat. Here are some easy and fun recipes

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    Catology: Pet Nutrition Products and Protein for Your Cats

    3 years ago

    Pet nutrition products are on the mind of just about every pet owner. About a third of households in the United States have cats. That translates to a lot of people buying a lot of cat food. It is important to...

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    A Womans and Non Sports Fanatics Quick Guide to American Football

    22 months ago

    This is an easy guide to learning the basics of football so that you can learn the game and especially enjoy the Super Bowl.

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    Skin Care Facts Our Amazing and Wonderous Skin (Part 2)

    19 months ago

    In Part 1 Human Anatomy: Skin Care Facts Our Amazing and Wonderous Skin, we read how the different layers of our skin perform so many important functions. Our skin is our largest organ and it does so much more than just...

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