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Article 45: The Power of Caffeine
It was studied that 92 percent college students consumed caffeine. Although coffee is the most common source of intake, other origin also contain caffeine including: energy drinks, carbonated soft drinks, tea and chocolates. Caffeine is an impulsive and the most commonly drug in the world. Caffeine mainly affects the brain; decreases the speed of the cells' activities and promotes sleep. however caffeine can replace adenosine and boost up the cells' energy. College students usually get so much to do, so they have caffeine to help the stay awake to keep up with what they are doing. Drinks with caffeine starting having an effect within 15 minutes and it lasts for 4-6 hours.
Article 44: Increasing Your Intelligence by Dancing!
It was discovered that One salsa class can enhance one's understanding by 8 percent, focus by 13 percent, and memory by 18 percent..." This was because dancing requires you to stay in time with the music and not be distracted. Dance is physically active, but it is also very coordinative. Other activities that can boost your intelligence includes: crossword puzzles, reading books, playing cards, playing musical instruments, writing for pleasure. Also, other physical actives could be: doing housework, bicycling, dancing, playing tennis or golf, swimming, and walking for exercise.
Article 43: benefits of body lotion
Rubbing on body lotion is one of the few modest ways that people can indulge themselves. Bath body lotion prevents skin from being dry. There are multiple benefits to why putting on lotion helps your skin. For example, lotion can be used for re-hydrating skin. Most people often applied lotion when working under harsh climates. Skins that are dried from the cold, wind, or heat can be hard to treat.
Article 42: How alcohol does—and doesn't—affect your memory
Alcohol doesn't really reserve a part of your brain, especially our memory. It was researched by the director of neuropsychology at NYU Langone Health, “So the alcohol is elevated in your blood levels and that’s going to all parts of the brain, so general brain functioning is reduced.” This happens after one or two drinks of alcohol. This process moves slowly: you fist feel relaxed and calm. Then, later on, you will eventually feel emotional. After your third or forth drinks of alcohol, you might start to get blood alcohol concentration (BAC). Towards your sixth- tenth drinks, the alcohol you drink might be flowing into your brain, mainly the central parts of your brain and memory. It is recommended best not to drink alcohol.
Article 41: Types of clothing:
There are indeed different types of clothing that you wear to protect your body. Clothing provides a layer of protection immediate surroundings; it keeps you warm, shields you from the Sun. Also, clothing can express who you are and your personality. There are at least 8 different types of clothing: pants, socks, sunglasses, caps, business suits, hoodies, tank tops, and t-shirts.
Article 40: Netflix Beats Cable Tv in Popularity
Netflix is rapidly becoming the champion, is the better choice. Now, Netflix has toppled Cable TV with millions of more subscribers. The rate of subscribers that Cable TV to Netflix is 48 million to 59 million. Netflix has a lower and better price. With millions of subscribers choosing Netflix, Cable TV would have to change its programming.
Article 39: Any Amount of Eggs Can Help Any Ways Eating one egg is equivalent to eating four dozens eggs every morning to get large. Eggs are high in protein, vitamins, and minerals. In Ecuador and the United States tested the benefits of eggs. Kids who ate eggs were much taller and larger than the kids who didn't. Egg-based diets would probably be beneficial as well. Source: https://www.popsci.com/eggs-help-babies-grow
Article 38: Jailed U.S College Student Released from North Korea Prison in Vegetative State
A college student returns home with significant brain damage because of stealing a propaganda sign from a North Korea hotel. Otter Warmbier was forced to confess about his crime. This action has resulted in him of 15 years of labor work. After getting excavated from the country for 17 months, he was suffering from a heart attack. These are the things that you need to know if you want to visit North Korea.
Article 37: The Intricate Diet of a Vegan/Vegetarian
There two ways of eating a vegan or a vegetarian diet: a PDI, a hPDI, or a uPDI. hPDI had decreased chances of heart diseases compared to PDI and uPDI. People who ate a hPDI diet digested more of whole grains, nuts fruits, and vegetables. Also, people shouldn't call themselves vegetarians or vegans if they eat junk foods. People should choose their own diets carefully and wisely.
Article 36: Apples
Apples are highly rich in essential for antioxidants, flavonoids, and dietary fiber. The phytonutrients and antioxidants in apples may help decrease the chance of processing cancer, hypertension, diabetes, and heart disease. Also, it found that the women who have eaten apples every day had their bad cholesterol decreased by 23% and their good cholesterol increased by 4%. In addition to, 9,208 men and women what ate apples for 28 years had their strokes.
Article 35: Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar is the most suitable vinegar in the community. There are many benefits to this type of vinegar which had proven scientists. Apple cider vinegar can help with weight loss, cut sown cholesterol, dwindle blood sugar levels, and enhance symptoms of diabetes. There are only 2 steps to make apple cider vinegar, (similar to making alcohol): disclose crushed apples to yeast and the bacteria is being added to alcohol. Apple cider vinegar does contain 3 grams of calories per tablespoon. Also, it does not contain any vitamins or minerals, but it does contain a small amount of potassium, amino acids, and some antioxidants. Thus, apple cider vinegar has already shown great improvements to these benefits.
Article 34: Honeydews
Honeydew is categorized in the melons' family. Honeydew can help you with your diets, a nutritious melon is really beneficial for your body. This is because honeydew contains a proportionate amount of vitamins and minerals. With only 60 calories per serving (half a cup of honeydew), it's profitable to include it into your menu. Of the 60 grams of calories, 14 grams is natural sugar. Thus sugar can provide the fuel that flows into your cells to get on with your day.
Article 33: New Cure to Diabetes: Broccoli
Consuming broccoli can help people with type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is a very common illness. 29.1 million people in the U.S. have diabetes. Type 2 diabetes also causes the damages in kidneys. Eating many other vegetables can also help your diabetes level fade away quickly.
Article 32: United States's Spacious Population
The world's population increases tremendously, like about 2 billion. Every 30 years, about 2 billion people arrive in this world. Every year, 83 million people increase the world's population. The two most populated are China and India. With the increasing of the population, near future may have a great disparity between first and third world nations.
Article 31: Patrick Nyarko
Patrick Nyrako is classified as the most powerful attacker in MLS. Patrick Nyrako helps the team, not himself. The United States averaged at least one goal per minute. Patrick Nyrako made the winning point of learning from his determination and confidence. Patrick Nyrako has great sportsmanship.
Article 30: Potato Chips' Inventory
Potato Chip is the most worldwide snacks, America has ravaged them at a rate of 1.2 billion. The man who invented potato chips was George Crum, who was both African American and Native American. George Crum was a cook in a resort named Moon Lake Lodge in Saratoga Springs, New York. George Crum once got complaints about his fried potatoes were too soggy and thick, therefore he wanted to give these people a lesson. He boiled a new batch of potatoes, but in this batch, George Crum intends to cut the potatoes as thin as possible and fried until it's hard and fried. On top of that, he sprinkled salt on the fried potatoes. Till this day on potato chips have still been alive. Enjoying your classic potato chips on National Potato Chips Day on March 14!
Article 29: Increasing Airport Security
Instead of banning devices, the U.S. decided to increase the number of security in flights. There would be more delay because airports are doing a screening process. They are hoping to use this process to prevent dangers, like terrorist attacks. The U.S. had already banned devices. Raising aviation security will hopefully create more environment.
Article 28: Decreasing Risk of Cancer by Putting Sunscreen on Your Eyelids
Most of the sunscreen bottles mention not to put any sunscreen near your eyes. However, following these instructions causes risk of cancer. Of the people who have cancer, 10% begin to put sunscreen on their eyelids. Still, people avoid putting sunscreen on that spot and wear sunglasses instead. It was said that sunscreen products are causing too much concern.
Article 27: Teenagers Guide to Depression
The teen years can be difficult to handle, and it's normal to feel inflamed or depressed now and then. But if these feeling doesn't go away or become so intense that you can't handle, then you are dealing with depression. The good news is you probably won't feel this way forever. Also, you might think that you have more power than mood. But help is available.
Article 26: Why Is Recycling Important?
The world's population is increasing tremendously. It's a bad thing because each human in this world accumulates the number of garbages. It is incredible because the number of wastes there is could almost all fit in the Empire State Building. What is recycling? Recycling is basically use something that it is already used and using it again but for something beneficial. What are the ways of recycling? Well, for starters, you can use less plastic water bottles and use one of the refillable bottles because plastic water bottles create trash all around the world. People in this whole world are drinking water.
Article 25: Popping Pimples
When you are popping pimples, you are basically asking for more. Pimples look gross, you think you are making it better by get out the white pus. But no matter how you pop your zit, more pimples are going to spread and marks are going to be left on the spot where the zit was after popping it. After popping you are left with an infection. So, would you rather just have a hot, red blob or an infection.
Article 24: Choosing Fats
For many years, it was said that eating fat will boost inches to your waistline, heighten cholesterol and motive an infinite of health problems. But, all of the fats aren't the same. The bad fats can destroy your diet and can escalate the risk of diseases. Meanwhile, good fats can conserve your heart and brain. Actually healthy fats like omega-3s are are decisive to your physical and emotional health. By grasping the difference between good and bad fats and how to encompass healthy fats to your diet, you can enhance your mood, upgrade your energy and prosperity and even lose weight.
Article 23: Mindbliss App That Helps to Release Stress
It is pretty easy to stress out when you have crazy and long days throughout the weeks. It prevents you from getting a good night rest. But there won't be a problem anymore with the help of Mindbliss! Mindbliss is an app that helps you break the stress cycle. This app can create the perfect combination of soothing sound and meditation guidance. The app can offer you a huge library of sessions, with multiple moods and goals. You only pay the price of $49.99 to lifetime access. Overall, this might be the best app to release your stress and anxiety. After using this app a couple of time you might able to sleep peacefully again!
Article 22: Think Twice Before Jumping Into the Pool
You might think that going to the pool or the beach with some friends or your family might be fun and chillaxing. Well...I hate to break it down to you people but it won't be fun after reading this. In most situations, there are good and bad sides. In this case, the good side is that (like I said earlier) hanging out in the water might seem fun. But it is kind of not safe for the most parts. For example, pools are covered with chlorine and who knows when or where people pee in pools. If anything, there is a bigger chance that you would get a bigger chance of getting sick in pool waters that body waters. Swimming in the pool can cause you to have an outbreak. An outbreak is two or more people contracting a similar illness from the same location and time of exposure. There were 493 outbreaks by using a pool, hot tub, spa, and water playground. I am recommending you (or possibly warning you) that don't go into any of the pools, hot tubs, spas, water playgrounds, lakes, ocean's, beaches and et cetra.
Article 21: Debates on Uniforms
Most students wouldn't want to wear school uniforms. Well...that's what I heard. Even I am a student, I do not want to wear school uniforms. Students should also get the rights to wear whatever we want. Right? Teachers don't need to so why should we. There are pros and cons of wearing a school uniform.
The pros are: -Help prevent gangs from forming on campus -Encourage discipline -Help students to resist peer pressure to buy trendy clothes -Help identify intruders in the school -Diminish economic and social barriers between students -Increase a sense of belonging and school pride -Improve attendance The cons are: -Violate student's right to freedom of expression -Make student a target of bullies from other schools It might not be as bad as you think of it. Remember every situation has a good and bad side (pro and con). Source: https://www.greatschools.org/gk/articles/school-uniforms/
Article 20: Life Cycle of a Banana
The life cycle of a banana is a vivid one. It is the change of color that makes the banana's life cycle interesting. It starts off with the green color (meaning that is not really ready to eat yet.) Then when IT IS ready to eat it turns into yellow. (Now we can eat our banana.) When the banana waits too long to be eaten, it turns brown and mushy. Therefore it has to be thrown away...
Have you ever wondered what causes the color change, and what makes banana go from green all the way to its dark side? As it turns out, bananas are a little too vaporous for their own good. Source: https://www.britannica.com/story/why-do-bananas-turn-brown
Article 19: Anxiety Disorders
Many of us worry on a daily basis. Sometimes we can be stressed over finances, job interviews, or even social gatherings. You might not believe this but this feeling can be helpful. They give us a boost of focus or even energy. But for people with anxiety disorders can be overwhelming. Anxiety disorders affect nearly 1 in 5 American adults each year. People with these disorders have feelings of fear and uncertainty that interfere with everyday activities and last for 3 months or more. We all use different strategies to adjust our emotions often without thinking about it. If something makes you angry, you may need to tame down your emotion to prevent from making a scene. There are so many possibilities for facing anxiety disorders.
Article 18: Pineapples
The pineapple is a tropical fruit with edible multiple fruits consisting of coalesced berries, also called pineapples, and the most economically significant plant in the family Bromeliaceae. Pineapples may be cultivated from the offset produced at the top.of the fruit, possibly flowering in five to ten months and fruiting on the following six months. Pineapples do not ripen significantly after harvest. In 2016, Costa Rica, Brazil, and the Philippines accounted for nearly one-third of the world's production of pineapples.
Article 17: Oranges
Oranges are low in calories and full of nutrients, they promote clear, healthy skin and can help to lower our risk for many diseases as part of an overall healthy and varied diet. Oranges are a popular fruit because of their natural sweetness, the wide variety of types and diversity of uses from juices, face masks, and orange sliced candies.
Article 16: Book vs Internet Articles
When students are asked to write a paper, they are required to gather information about their topic. To gather information, the students either use Internet or books. The Internet is very easy to access, and it is easy for the information to get into your mind when studying. However, the problem with the Internet is that some pieces of information might not be accurate or that it might be completely wrong. In the other hand, the information found in books has a much higher chance that the information found on the internet. The author of the book probably took years and years writing that book, but yet, the writer of the Internet might have taken only a few minutes writing an article. So, therefore reading a book is more precise of the timing it took the author of writing it and the process is probably more careful in a way.
Article 15: Cool Your Home Without Air Conditioning
Most people probably would say that they can't live if they wouldn't have an AC in their house. As a matter of fact, air conditioners are an essential machine to public health. But turning on the AC in your house for the rest of summer might have an increase of your bill, pollution by forcing up power plants to burn more fossil fuel, and makes hot nights even hotter. If you don't like paying your bill at the end of the month or if you care about the society and there is a way to fix all that. You can look into installing renewable power for your house or buy energy from renewable sources. When you head outside the house try to control your body temperature and drink lots of water. When you are inside the house, you can do a lot of drive down the temperature before turning on the AC. There are a lot of ways to cool yourself with the air conditioning.
Article 14: Uses of cell/mobile phones
Each and every technology has advantages and disadvantages. Well, you should think twice before considerating them as a "life saver" (what most 10 to 16-year-olds would say). Students can improve themselves with the help of cell phones, or they could spoil their lives with the same cell phone that they are using. It all relies on how the student is using it.
Article 13: Why Social Media is Not Smart For Middle School Kids
There are always the pros and cons of life to everything. In this case, I read about the 5 reasons why social media is not smart for middle school kids. First, kids start their social media experience lying about their age. Starting in middle school would probably change how the kids act in a way. They would probably be wanting to act cool arranging their "new" selves. Second, kids' brains are highly defenseless to applications made to be addictive. Third, on social media kids see a mocking perspective of reality. One of the common questions, when kids enter middle school, is "Who am I ?" For guys wearing hair gel and new deodorant scents suddenly become momentous. All the while, social media emphasizes a child's tendency to focus merely on themselves. Middle school is a time when kids feel as if the whole world.is.looking at the (and judging them). Social media can amplify the worst of it. That can lead to depression, severe bullying, and to the worst case scenario-suicides. Lastly, social media pushes kids into the perilous attitude to pursue affirmation. It's like trying to dress them (the middle schoolers) in clothes that are too big. You have to wait and let them grow up.
Article 12: Human Hair
When you think of your hair, you might be considering the ones on your head. But as you grow up, you will learn that there is hair all over the human body, except your lips, the palms of your hands, and the soles of your feet. Some of the hair on your body can be easily seen, like the ones on your eyebrows, hair on your head, arms, and legs. But some can be almost invisible like the ones on your cheeks. Under the control of where your hair is being placed, it has different functions. Like, the has hair on your head keeps your head warm and maintain a little cushioning on your skull. Also, your eyelashes protect your eyes by lessening the number of light and dust that go into them, and eyebrows insulate your sweat from dripping from your forehead.
Article 11: Puppy Socialization
When you bring a puppy home, it knows nothing about anything. Except for the things you show it. Puppies are not born to interpret what the world is. Like, what traffic is, what objects such as worms and leaves are, or how to confront people, car, other pets, or noises. These are the things that you need to expose your puppy to.
Article 10: Zero: odd or even?
Many people are often curious if the number zero is an integer because it symbolizes nothing. A whole number is a number that has no remainder after dividing two numbers: the dividend and a divisor. Therefore, zero is a whole number. An odd number is a number when dividing by two it has a remainder. But, even numbers are the opposite: even numbers are when divided by the number two, the quotient has no remainder. Zero divided by two is just zero and has no remainder, so it is, therefore, an even number.
Article 9: Sleep deprivation
Sleep deprivation happens when a person gets less sleep than they need to feel awake and attentive. People differ in how little sleep is needed to be thought as sleep deprived. Some people such as older adults seem to be more defiant to the effects of sleep deprivation, exclusively children and young adults are so.much more defenseless.
Article 8: Placebo vs. Nocebo
The Placebo effect is very prevalent and is essentially a procedure (or medicine) which works because one is told that it will work. The patient, therefore, believes it will work. They are in no way affected by the medicine so it is a psychological effect. The Nacebo effect is quite different from the Placebo effect. It is the opposite. It worsens a patient's condition just because they believed it would. Like the Placebo effect, they were not affected by the medicine. But unlike the Placebo effect, the Nacebo effect left them with negative results. The word "Nacebo" actually comes from a Latin word meaning "I will harm." The word Placebo comes from a Latin word meaning "I will please."
Article 7: Northern Lights
It is truly amazing what our sun can do even if it is millions of miles away from us. One example of just what the sun can accomplish is the Northern Lights. Huge storms happen in the sun. These storms cause the solar particle to travel through space at high rates. Sometimes, Earth is in its path. Because of this, our atmosphere and magnetic field respond to the change. After entering the atmosphere, the particles excite (change from high-energy orbit to low-energy orbits). This causes them to flare and emit light which is what we see as the Northern Lights.
Article 6: Happiness
When asked what makes one happy, one might say car, money, less body fat, etc. These aspects all have one thing in common-they are external things. Well, you might be surprised to know consumerist things don't necessarily impact happiness. As the saying goes "Money doesn't buy happiness ". What is happiness? Happiness is
a chemical reaction in which endorphins, dopamine, serotonin, and oxytocin are released. baked Based on studies, a conclusion has been drawn. -Not possible to be happy alone -Can't happy all the time -Can't happier than you are currently Source: https://psychcentral.com/lib/what-makes-us-happy/
Article 5: Body Sensor Discovered by Scientists
Scientists have evolved a new body sensor that has the effectiveness to monitor the body temperature and muscle tone. This sensor is very thin. Therefore, you won't be able to feel the device on yourself. The normal body sensor annoys the skin and causes the redness to appear and can cause your skin to be itchy. This device supports your skin to have air between the device itself and your skin, restrains from getting the itchiness. This new body sensor is so much more trustful than the current one!
Article 4: Future Transportations Technologies that Might Be Invented in About Few Years
There are possibilities of the future technologies that could be invented. The transportation technologies that can be made are: a hyperloop, maglev trains, autonomous vehicles, smart cars, and urban transport pods. Maglev trains use magnets for its speed. Autonomous cars will embody autonomous technology. The beliefs in the world could believe that we could alter our current transportations to our future ones. With these incredible changes, our world would be unrecognizable.
Article 3: How Students At School Opinionize That going to School Can Be Boring
School is a place to learn and most students believe that going to school can be a total waste of their time. Students at school just learn their subjects and not teach it. To master this, they'd have to understand/or go through the learning concept. Also, to have a career you would need to know all the basics first: this is your progress and becoming a better and a successful person. The way that schools teach might not get the students' attention. If this process keeps on flowing then not only would learning be more exciting for them but, students would have a better comprehension of their academics.
Article 2: Freckles
Freckles are flat, light brown circular spots that are the size of the top of a nail. The spots may establish sun bared skin after continuous disclosure to sunlight. The common people who would most likely get freckles are red-haired people and the people who have the fair complexion. They may show up when you are 1 or 2 years old.
Article 1: Pimples
Before you get a pimple, you can see minuscule holes in your skin. These are called pores. These pores may be caused by oil, dead skin cells, or bacteria. The oil can make your hair gleaming and it prevents your skin from getting moistureless. Then, puberty comes along. It's when your body grows up and changes. So when you get your puberty your akin starts producing so much oil. The oil, dead skin cells, and bacteria clog up the pores. This occurs the pimples to go in your skin.