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Human steak is real and scientists say it’s “technically” not cannibalism

Over the last several years, people have been looking for more sustainable alternatives to meat. Not everyone, however, is ready to give up meat entirely. For this reason, lab-grown “cruelty-free” meat has been gaining a lot of traction. Recently, some scientists decided to look beyond the hype and expose some of the emerging industry’s constraints. […]

Brittany Hambleton

Brittany Hambleton

Freelance Contributor

 · 11 min read

What Food Product Came Out the Year You Were Born?

Everyone knows food products reminiscent of their childhood. It could be a type of ice cream, candy, or a special lemonade grandma would prepare every summer. Whichever they are, these memories bring so much joy because it’s not just about the food; it’s about the story behind it.  “Food memories feel so nostalgic because there’s […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

 · 4 min read

Yazemeenah Rossi: 67-Year-Old Model Shares Her Secrets to Graceful Aging

“Age is just a number.” You have definitely heard that before, but one thing we have noticed about that saying is that it often refers to extreme examples like 95-year-old Betty White or 80-year-old Deshun Wang. But swimsuit model Yazemeenah Rossi is special because she is relatable and likely closer to you in age. The 67-year-old […]

Brittany Hambleton

Brittany Hambleton

Freelance Contributor

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Children End School Bus Hijacking By Asking Lots Of Questions

In South Carolina, eighteen children rode the school bus to Forest Lake Elementary School, unaware that they would be picking up an unwanted passenger. Meanwhile, a U.S. Army trainee left his base with a rifle, which was later revealed to be empty of bullets. He tried flagging down motorists until he noticed the school bus […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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17-Yr-Old Student Invents Sutures That Change Color if Wound Becomes Infected

Seventeen-year-old Dasia Taylor aspires to a career in medicine. But then she changed the future when it comes to stitches by inventing sutures that change color when it contacts an infection. She started the project using beets as a natural dye for the thread. Taylor won awards at several regional science fairs for her invention, […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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You Can Vacation And Sleep In A Giant Wine Barrel AND Drink Wine All Day

What is your ideal vacation? Although most answers vary from tours across Italy, hiking through the Rockies, or a wooden cottage in the middle of nowhere, most include sipping on the beverage of choice. For many people, it’s wine. And if that includes you, you might want to consider a trip designed for wine lovers […]

Sarah Biren

Sarah Biren

Freelance Writer

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Ever Heard Of Albino Animals? Melanistic Animals Are The Opposite

If you’ve ever had the opportunity to spot an albino animal, then you know how unique they can be. Did you know, however, that the opposite condition can also exist? That’s right – melanistic animals, or animals who appear black instead of their intended color – are real, and they are as incredible as they […]

Julie Hambleton

Julie Hambleton

Freelance Writer

 · 8 min read

Woman With Bone Disorder Shares Selfie Everyday For a Year

Social media provides a space for people to connect, to share what’s important to them, and to interact with the world around them through their computers. Unfortunately, it also provides a platform for bullying, bigotry, and hate. People with disabilities are already more frequent victims of bullying. Social media has made this problem even worse. […]

Brittany Hambleton

Brittany Hambleton

Freelance Contributor