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by on July 13, 2023
Most people have occasional lapses in memory, such as forgetting a new acquaintance’s name or misplacing the car keys. Most of the time, this is simply a sign that a person is a bit too busy or is preoccupied. On the other hand, having a consistently poor memory can be problematic for someone. Many factors play a role in memory loss, including genetics, age, and medical conditions that affect the brain. There are also some manageable risk factors for memory loss, such as diet and lifestyle...
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by on July 13, 2023
I am a big fan of the holidays, but with it comes winter and that cold air that keeps us indoors most days. It can often be hard to keep two under three entertained. The easy thing to do would be to turn on the iPad or TV, which can both be beneficial and needed sometimes, but it’s usually harder to come up with things that don’t involve technology when you are in a bind. So when that day comes, here are twenty tech-free ways to play. BY VICTORIA SCHNEIDER I am a big fan of the holidays, b...
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by on July 13, 2023
Places Reviews Many travel bloggers travel and review the places they stay in, the restaurants they eat in, and the local attractions that make any vacation all that more interesting. Many travel blogs are presented with the same professionalism that you would get from picking up a Vacation, an American Road magazine, or a National Geographic. Travel Guides ...
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by on July 11, 2023
Animals are our companions, our workers, our eyes and ears, and our food. They appear in ancient cave paintings, and on modern commercial farms. We have domesticated some of them, while others remain wild and are sometimes endangered by our activities. They keep us company, and while they can provide comic relief, they also serve us as valuable assistants. Origins of Domestication Researchers at the University of Chicago estimate that the domestication of dogs took place from 11,000 to 16,...
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