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Health & Fitness

  • Disease
    Schizophrenia and the immune system
    While the cause of schizophrenia remains elusive, a recent study suggests that the onset of the symptoms of schizophrenia may be linked to inflammation in the brain. One of the researchers in the project suggests that immunotherapy may therefore...
  • 4th of July fireworks
    Birthday celebration
    Do you celebrate your birthday as an adult or do you let the day come and go without notice? Besides the reality of the day you were born, have you ever wondered spiritually or philosophically what this day might mean? According to
  • Child
    Schizophrenia and childhood trauma linked, research suggests
    A recent study suggests that psychological trauma may predispose individuals in schizophrenia. The researchers brought together over 3 decades of the association between psychotic illness and childhood trauma, poring over more than 27,000 research...


Home Improvement

  • Shasta Daisy
    JULY: SHASTA DAISYIn July along the Front Range of Colorado, Shasta Daisies burst onto the Boulder Colorado landscape scene in a big way. The Shasta Daisy is an old school flower, but their beauty is everlasting. Created from 4 different daisies...
  • How should preppers manage their stored food?
    How should preppers manage their stored food?
    Preppers store food in their get home and bug out bags. Each of the different stored foods probably has a “use by” date. While this date might not be the date after which the food is unsafe to eat, the food probably does not taste very...
  • Near the North Pole
    Book review – In the Kingdom of Ice
    In the Kingdom of Ice: The Grand and Terrible Polar Voyage of the USS Jeannette, by Hampton Sides (Doubleday, 2014) is a detailed and haunting account of an expedition to the North Pole in 1879. At that time, the world was obsessed with the...

Family & Parenting

  • This week: Queens Library to hold Maker Camp 2015 for young inventors
    This week: Queens Library to hold Maker Camp 2015 for young inventors
    This week families can expect to enjoy the following events throughout Western Queens, including the start of a special camp for kids being held by Queens library throughout the summer. Maker camp is a free summer program for kids who like to...
  • 2015 Children's Toy Trends
    2015 Children's Toy Trends
    Visiting toy fairs and conventions proves that there are definite trends in popular kids' toys these days. While savvy parents and merchants can spot these trends by attending events, there are those of us who rely on the Toy Industry...
  • Etch-A-Sketch is a classic toy.
    Etch-A-Sketch turns fifty-five!
    Toys are a big part of many people’s childhoods. In fact, some toys and games are so beloved that they become infused with pop-culture—that description certainly applies to Etch-A-Sketch, one of the most popular toys ever created which...
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