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How to prepare your kids for jobs that don’t exist yet

How to prepare your kids for jobs that don’t exist yet

The founder of littleBits on turning kids into creators Brian Klutch Ayah Bdeir Ayah Bdeir created littleBits—sets of electronic building blocks that snap together to form a variety of circuits—with engineering and design professionals in mind. But when she brought her invention to Maker Faire in 2009, here it grabbed the attention of children—and their […]

How to ensure your windows are bird-safe

How to ensure your windows are bird-safe

From the Jennifer Holt at Penn Jersey Building Services on to make your home’s windows bird-safe: We have all been there before, the loud thud against our windows and realizing that a bird has flown straight into it. It is important to realize, that birds normally fly into windows as what they normally see is a […]

Hospital Allows Dog to Visit Her Dying Owner to Say Goodbye (WATCH)

Hospital Allows Dog to Visit Her Dying Owner to Say Goodbye (WATCH)

In a moment of compassion, order a California hospital allowed a loyal pup to visit the bedside of her dying owner. Ryan Jessen thought he had a migraine, physician but the pain turned out to be caused by a ventricular brain hemorrhage. style=”display:inline-block;width:300px;height:250px” data-ad-client=”ca-pub-8420654331411867″ data-ad-slot=”1313712966″> In his final days at a California hospital his best […]

Monkeys may technically be able to talk (but this will make you glad they don’t)

Monkeys may technically be able to talk (but this will make you glad they don’t)

They’re physically capable, and boy do they sound terrifying Asif Ghazanfar, Princeton Neuroscience Institute X-ray Video of Macaque Vocal Anatomy An advanced vocal system, and a modest-sized brain that doesn’t know how to use it. Macaques, a genus of primates found in Asian and Africa, have the physical capacity to speak in language, according to […]

Honey Bee Brood – Food For A Sustainable World

Honey Bee Brood – Food For A Sustainable World

Lola Gayle, medical STEAM Register KØBENHAVN, sildenafil DENMARK: While many in the Western world – myself included – may have a hard time digesting the thought, edible insects are believed to be one of the best possible ways to feed the world. And with the human population projected to reach over 9 billion by 2050, […]

FOOD Share CEO Chosen for Tournament of Roses Parade

FOOD Share CEO Chosen for Tournament of Roses Parade

Be Of Good Cheer: Thousand Oaks Republican Women’s Christmas Holiday Gala

Be Of Good Cheer: Thousand Oaks Republican Women’s Christmas Holiday Gala

By Debra Tash It had been a hard fought and contentious election cycle, and on this round the Republicans came out on top.  There was a jubilant spirit at this year’s Thousand Oaks Republican Women’s Christmas Holiday Gala and Beacon of Light Awards luncheon at Lake Sherwood.  No one believed harder than First Vice President […]

Tony the Tiger joins America’s corporate Thought Police

Tony the Tiger joins America’s corporate Thought Police

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., December 7, 2016 – Kellogg’s, America’s favorite breakfast cereal company since 1898, now has announced a new product line: “Thought Policing.” The company, whose “Tony the Tiger” has greeted generations of Americans each morning at breakfast, suddenly decided to influence not just our breakfasts, but our thoughts as well. Kellogg’s publicly announced […]

Top 10 ‘real’ news stories that turned out to be fake

Top 10 ‘real’ news stories that turned out to be fake

Since “fake news” is all the rage within the mainstream media, here’s the top 10 “real” news stories they reported on – and some downright propagandized – that turned out to be, well, fake. It’s the reason this new narrative of “fake news” will never catch on, and why Americans’ trust in the press is […]

Fasting Is Even Beneficial For Your Brain

Fasting Is Even Beneficial For Your Brain

Fasting may not be fun, but a new study suggests there’s another reason to clear your plate for a set period of time and endure hunger pangs: the research suggests that the behavior may not only be good for your waistline, it could improve brain function as well, and give the nervous system a break. […]