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This Memorial Day Remember Our Fallen Heroes

By Meera Dolasia on May 22, 2015
This Memorial Day Remember Our Fallen Heroes

Memorial Day, a Federal US holiday that is observed annually on the last Monday of May signifies different things to different people. For some it's a reminder to firm up summer vacation plans, for others it's an excuse to lounge around the pool with friends. Then there are the shoppers who believe the day is all about hitting the malls for bargains. What often gets forgotten is the real purpose of the holiday - to honor and remember the brave men and women of the United States Armed Forces that sacrificed their lives to defend our right to freedom.

On Friday Show Your Support For Five-Year-Old Seth Lane By Wearing Yellow

By Meera Dolasia on March 25, 2015
On Friday Show Your Support For Five-Year-Old Seth Lane By Wearing Yellow

On Friday March 27th, five-year-old Seth Lane will undergo a bone marrow transplant - his second one in four and a half years. To show support and raise awareness of the Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCID) disease the young boy suffers from, his family has one simple request. They want everyone to wear Seth's favorite color yellow, and post pictures Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, with the hashtag #WearYellowForSeth.

The Debate About Network Neutrality And Why You Should Care

By Meera Dolasia on February 12, 2015
The Debate About Network Neutrality And Why You Should Care

On February 26th, the five members of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote on the important issue of Internet neutrality. So why should you care? Imagine this scenario: You are trying to access your favorite website, video game or movie, only to find that it is blocked unless you pay extra! That could very well become a reality if Net neutrality is not maintained.

"Fall Back" Means An Extra Hour To Snooze This Weekend

By Meera Dolasia on October 29, 2014
"Fall Back" Means An Extra Hour To Snooze This Weekend

This weekend, marks the end of Daylight Saving Time. This means that on Sunday, November 2nd, most Americans will move their clocks back by an hour, adding an extra sixty minutes to do whatever they please. This age-old tradition that is cherished by some and hated by others, can be traced all the way back to World War One.

Marvel Superheroes Come Together To Help "Stomp Out Bullying"

By Meera Dolasia on September 25, 2014
Marvel Superheroes Come Together To Help "Stomp Out Bullying"

Many of Marvel's superheroes know how it feels to be bullied. Hence it is not surprising to hear that this October, the biggest and bravest of them are coming together to commemorate National Bullying Prevention Month, with a series of variant covers on their comic books.

Four-Year-Old Norwegian Toddler Sleepwalks Three Miles To Nearby Town

By Meera Dolasia on September 17, 2014
Four-Year-Old Norwegian Toddler Sleepwalks Three Miles To Nearby Town

When toddlers have bad dreams, they usually run to snuggle up with their parents. Not Thea Helena Robertsen! This four-year-old Norwegian toddler decided to deal with her nightmare by sleepwalking, not just to the kitchen or the neighbor's home, but an astounding 5km (3-miles) - all the way to the next town!

Why 99-Year-Old Lillian Weber Sews A Dress A Day

By Charlotte Miller on September 14, 2014
Why 99-Year-Old Lillian Weber Sews A Dress A Day

If you are like most people, you probably do not recall the last time you performed a random act of kindness even for a family member, leave alone complete strangers. But that is exactly what 99-year-old Lillian Weber has been doing every day, since 2011.

Can Giant Walls Deter The Formation Of Destructive Tornadoes?

By Allegra Staples on August 12, 2014
Can Giant Walls Deter The Formation Of Destructive Tornadoes?

Tornados in the Midwestern and Southern United States have always been a troubling yet fascinating phenomenon - just think of Dorothy's whirlwind adventure in the Wizard of Oz! Occurring predominantly in the area east of the Rocky Mountains dubbed 'Tornado Alley', they form during severe thunderstorms called supercells that occur when cold dry polar air comes in contact with warm moist tropical air.

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