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National Kidney Month: Fighting Kidney Disease
Mind & BodyMind & Body
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BY Mike Gomez ·
03·01·23
In honor of National Kidney Month, understand the challenges it aims to address, learn crucial facts and statistics, and explore various efforts and initiatives aiming to combat kidney disease. Find out how you can make a difference in the fight against chronic kidney disease.
Music In Our Schools Month: Music Helps Our Kids Grow
Work & SkillsWork & Skills
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BY Mike Gomez ·
03·01·23
Learn about the purpose of Music In Our Schools Month, the challenges it faces, and the myriad of initiatives championing its cause. Promote this vital educational program and help more students feel the power of music.
Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month: Better Awareness for Change
Mind & BodyMind & Body
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BY Mike Gomez ·
03·01·23
This post explores Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Awareness Month, looking into its history, the complexity of the disease, and crucial facts everyone should know. It further explores various initiatives aiming to combat MS and invites readers to support the fight against this autoimmune disease.
National Nutrition Month: Why It Matters and How to Celebrate
Mind & BodyMind & Body
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BY Chinny Verana ·
03·01·23
Explore the importance of National Nutrition Month, its historical roots, and its challenges. Uncover crucial facts that highlight its importance. Learn about global initiatives and contribute to this significant cause. Together, let's inspire healthier eating habits and a healthier nation.
Rare Disease Day: Why it Matters and How to Get Involved
Mind & BodyMind & Body
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02·28·23
Explore the significance of Rare Disease Day as we look into its history, and challenges faced by patients. Learn about ongoing efforts, initiatives, and how you can get involved to support the millions of people worldwide affected by rare diseases.
Raising Funds for Earthquake Victims with Art
Charity & Civil SocietyCharity & Civil Society
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
02·26·23
An Interview with Zeynep Parlak of the Westchester Turkish Moms Group, who is collecting/purchasing desperately needed items for the families who survived the devastating earthquake.
20 Penguin Facts Exploring the Lives of These Flightless Birds
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
02·26·23
Penguins are everyone’s favorite Antarctic animal. There are 18 species of these flightless seabirds scattered around the southern hemisphere. Our penguin facts explore some interesting features about these birds that spend about half of their lives in water and the other half on land.
15 of the Strongest Animals in the World
BiodiversityBiodiversity
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
02·25·23
Superpowers are real, and you can find them in the animal kingdom. Some animals can uproot trees with one arm, and others can run as fast as vehicles or break the bones of other animals just by squeezing them. Different animals have their own kind of strength, from the smallest ants to the largest mammals. […]
10 Best Eco-friendly Air Conditioner Units For Energy-Efficient Cool
Eco FriendlyEco Friendly
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
02·25·23
Beach trips, pool parties, and BBQs, summer comes with so many fun outdoor activities. But the heat can make time spent indoors quite uncomfortable. An eco-friendly air conditioner keeps you cool and their energy efficiency helps save money while being better for the environment. Here's 10 of the best energy efficient air conditioner options.
Interview: Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose
EnvironmentEnvironment
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BY Selva Ozelli ·
02·24·23
Selva Ozelli interviews Cecilia Clark, PR and comms lead at the Children's Museum of San Jose, exploring their unique environmental programs engaging young people with nature and encouraging them to conserve our environment through play, education and discovery.
Environmental Impact of Hand Dryers vs. Paper Towels
EnvironmentEnvironment
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
02·24·23
What method of hand-drying is better for the environment? Is it hand dryers or paper towels? Both methods have their pros and cons. We explore the best hand-drying method across environmental impact, hygiene, and costs so you can make the best choice whether installing a commercial washroom or choosing from towels or hot air when […]
18 Otter Facts From the Playful to Slightly Bizarre
BiodiversityBiodiversity
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
02·24·23
Otters are cute marine mammals that are at risk of extinction. Otters, a member of the weasel family, are easily recognizable with their streamlined bodies, short noses and ears, long tails, and thick fur. There are 13 known species of otters around the world - find out all you need to know about them with […]
10 Best Sustainable Winter Coats For Ethical Winter Warmth
Sustainable FashionSustainable Fashion
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
02·23·23
Staying warm during winter is essential. However, all those layers can come at a cost to the planet. Thankfully, you can switch to sustainable winter coats made of eco-friendly materials and stay warm during the chilly season without harming the planet. Here's 10 of the best.
40 Fascinating Fox Quotes about the Clever Canines (2024)
BiodiversityBiodiversity
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BY Isabela Sedano ·
02·23·23
What does the fox say? The fiery-coated canines are present not only in diverse environments and urban scapes but also in fables, films, and music. In addition, we associate the creature with mischievousness, trickery, and beauty. If you want to learn more, browse our collection of fox quotes that embody the fascinating canines.
32 Riveting Raven Quotes About Diverse Reputations (2024)
BiodiversityBiodiversity
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BY Isabela Sedano ·
02·23·23
Ravens of the Corvus genus, together with crows, are mysterious black birds we often associate with bad omens. Ravens are perhaps best known for their role in Edgar Allan Poe's poem "The Raven," where Poe uses them as symbols of grief. Our compilation of raven quotes explores their symbolism and smarts referenced in literature, nature, […]
Can You Recycle Glass? All About Glass Recycling
Waste & RecyclingWaste & Recycling
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
02·21·23
Recycling facilities recycle glass waste, melting it to create new products. However, whereas glass is commonly recycled, some glass items are not recyclable. This article explores everything you need to know about glass recycling, types of glass you can recycle, and those you can't, environmental impacts and ideas for reuse.
58 Inspirational Progress Quotes to Build Momentum (2024)
Work & SkillsWork & Skills
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BY Isabela Sedano ·
02·20·23
How do you define progress? As long as you're moving forward and improving each day, no matter how small the growth is, that's already progress. For a little help along the way, we have prepared the collection of progress quotes below as a source of inspiration and encouragement for every step you take.
60 Effort Quotes to Unlock Your Full Potential
Work & SkillsWork & Skills
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02·20·23
Even if success does not come easy and fast, as long as we put in continuous effort, we will eventually harvest the fruits of our labor. To get you going, we have prepared tons of effort quotes from motivational speakers to successful entrepreneurs to provide you with messages of encouragement on your way to your […]
National Engineers Week: Building Our Future
Work & SkillsWork & Skills
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BY Mike Gomez ·
02·20·23
"National Engineers Week" celebrates the important contributions engineers make to society. Uncover its history, explore challenges, discover current initiatives, and find out how you can support building a sustainable future through a diverse and inclusive industry.
National Caregivers Day: Quality Care for All
Charity & Civil SocietyCharity & Civil Society
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BY Mike Gomez ·
02·17·23
National Caregivers Day is a time to recognize and appreciate the amazing work done by caregivers for their loved ones. These unsung heroes work tirelessly to provide physical, emotional, and financial support to those in need. In this article, we explore the importance of caregiving, the challenges faced by caregivers, and ways to support them. […]
Random Acts of Kindness Week: It’s Always Good to Be Kind
Giving & PhilanthropyGiving & Philanthropy
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BY Mike Gomez ·
02·13·23
Celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Week by understanding the power of kindness to spark change. Find out the different ways to join and support this meaningful cause. Together, we can create a ripple effect of kindness in our communities and beyond.
Baby Crow Facts - And Why it's Not A Good Idea to Take One Home
BiodiversityBiodiversity
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
02·11·23
Do you know that crows never forget a face? Crows are highly intelligent black-feathered birds known for their communication and problem-solving skills. However, it may be pretty rare to see baby crows around. This article will look at everything you might like to know about baby crows.
12 Starfish Facts About The Immortal Sea Creature
BiodiversityBiodiversity
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BY Chinny Verana ·
02·11·23
Explore the enchanting world of starfish as we delve into their defining traits, diverse aliases, mannerisms, dwellings, nourishment, procreation and peculiarities. Acquire knowledge on their exceptional physiology, restorative capabilities, and preservation measures, and unravel the mysteries of these mesmerizing aquatic organisms that have entranced us for generations.
What’s The Difference Between Deodorant And Antiperspirant?
Mind & BodyMind & Body
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
02·11·23
It’s easy to confuse deodorants for antiperspirants and vice versa, and many might not even realize there is a difference. This article explores the key differences between antiperspirants and deodorants. It also explores the ingredients used in each product and their effect on the skin and body. 
30 Peacock Quotes to Inspire Beauty and Confidence
BiodiversityBiodiversity
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BY Isabela Sedano ·
02·11·23
If someone asks you what's the most beautiful bird, you might answer peacocks. Their vibrant blue and green feathers fan out into a glamorous display that can reach up to five feet in length. From environmentalists to artists, these handpicked peacock quotes capture the pride and grace of the species.
6 Benefits of a Soap Saver or Soap Bag
Eco FriendlyEco Friendly
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BY Jennifer Okafor ·
02·10·23
No one likes watching their soap bar become a mushy, disintegrating mess. Your soap doesn’t last as long, it feels weird to touch, and you keep spending money to buy new bars. Thankfully, a soap saver can help you mitigate this problem. Here we explore the benefits and how a soap saver can help reduce […]
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