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Jamal Khashoggi Was Likely Targeted for Execution

Jamal Khashoggi Was Likely Targeted for Execution

Officials from the American Intelligence Community said they are extremely convinced the Saudi Arabian Crown Prince, Mohammad Bin Salman Al Saud is a suspect of the execution of Jamal Khashoggi. President Donald Trump is optimistic the prince is not responsible and clearly intends to sustain the close relationship with Saudi Arabia. European and American officials stated that […]

FDA Approves Gardasil 9 Vaccine for Those 27-45 Years Old

FDA Approves Gardasil 9 Vaccine for Those 27-45 Years Old

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced their decision to include those ages 27-45 in the population approved to receive the Gardasil 9 vaccine for the prevention of Human Papillomavirus (HPV). The approval is based on the results of a 3.5-year evaluation and long-term follow-up of the study. A total of 13,000 men and […]

Irish Myth Gave Birth to the Scary Jack-O-Lantern

Irish Myth Gave Birth to the Scary Jack-O-Lantern

Growing up in an Irish family one hears their fair share of myths, and the jack-o-lantern is one of the scarier stories. The centuries-old practice of carefully carving pumpkins into scary decorations is common in October. Immigrants brought the tradition with them when they came to America. Originally, large turnips and potatoes were used to create the […]

Repetition Builds Vocabulary Memory

Repetition Builds Vocabulary Memory

Memory and building a larger vocabulary are dependant on exercising the brain. The United States Department of Education explains there is a correlation between learning new words is easier through repetition. Even though the brain is not technically a muscle, it benefits from regular exercise. Turning a short-term memory into long-term requires repeated exposure to […]

Separating Myth From Reality About Influenza and Vaccines

Separating Myth From Reality About Influenza and Vaccines

Every year pharmacies advertise the availability of influenza vaccines, sometimes as early as August. Health experts advise the optimum time for a vaccination is the end of September or during October. Receiving the vaccine too early will decrease its efficacy before the end of influenza season. On the other hand, since life is busy and it easy to […]

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