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Plaque Be Gone
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The average shark has 300 teeth in various stages of development in their mouth at any given time. Humans have 32 teeth that last their whole life. Shark teeth are not that durable, and they constantly lose and replace their teeth. Humans have... (more »)
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The Effects of Rape When one is raped, several things are immediately bound to run through the person’s head. They begin to question themselves like if it is their fault or what they did to bring such an occurrence on themselves.... (more »)
Should College Athletes Be Paid?
By , Moline, IL
In the year 2013 the NCAA reported that they made 10.8 billion dollars from advertising and ticket sale revenue (“Revenue”). That money can’t all be spent, so I think that some of the money should go to the college athletes... (more »)
Healing the Stigma of Eating Disorders
By , lincoln, MA
The recent cyberattacks have made me think about how I would feel if my medical records were made public. Would I care? Would I be discriminated against when I apply to a school or job because I had an eating disorder? When I was in 7th grade... (more »)
Anxiety
By , York, PA
Anxiety. We all feel this way sometimes but for some, it’s excessive and doesn’t seem to make sense in most situations. It is a common mental disorder that there are about 3 million reported cases every year in the U.S alone. Yet is... (more »)
Video Games: Brain Fuel or Brain Fool?
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The Media has always been a point of reference of what people think they should and should not do. One of the biggest examples of this has for the longest time been the prejudice about how video games have a negative effect on the minds of... (more »)
For the Love of a Dog
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Dogs provide benefits. Perhaps that is why 44 % of homes in the U.S. already have one. Many say dogs require a huge amount of responsibility, can be messy, and are expensive. I’ll admit those things are true. However if a person... (more »)
Is Milk Healthy for You?
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I am in support of the belief that milk is healthy. Some people have a speculation that milk isn’t good for you. Most people (like me) believe that milk is good for you. I have some proof that it is healthy for you. Here are some... (more »)
Solve A Problem: Child Obesity
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In today’s society, people all around the world face many different problems. These problems vary from social, political, and economical. One major social problem Americans face involving our health is childhood obesity. Childhood obesity... (more »)
Child Obesity
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In today’s society, people all around the world face many different problems. These problems vary from social, political, and economical. One major social problem Americans face involving our health is childhood obesity. Childhood obesity... (more »)
The Identity of the Monster Under My Bed
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I can feel its presence everywhere. I can feel its warm, sour breath breathing down my neck before a presentation in class. I can feel its twisting my internal organs when I walk down the hallways. I can feel it clutching my foot during swim... (more »)
How You Know You're Fat
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I can relate to Brooke L.'s article, "How You Know You're Fat" when she talks about not knowing when other people decide that you are "fat". I can relate to the article because being a girl in today's society... (more »)
They Will Miss You
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When you sit there, the rope in one hand. Or maybe it's some pills. Or maybe it's just a knife. Or maybe it's just you, willing yourself to go. To leave this place of pain and sorrow and tears. The place where you had your first days of your... (more »)
Controlling Allergy Induced Asthma
By , De Soto, KS
New technologies have created lots of techniques to lesser the effect allergy induced asthma has on those affected by it. There are a lot of ways to make allergy induced asthma better, Some of these are asthma inhalers, allergy shots, and asthma... (more »)
Are We Really Ready for Synthetic Biology? This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Imagine a world where cancer affected cells can be regrown without risk of recurrence, a world where legs lost in war can be recreated or grown back. Synthetic biology, the process of creating organic material artificially, has near... (more »)
The Journey to Self-Love: Not Easy but Worth...
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The lines are blurred in my mind when I try to pinpoint the time period I really started to criticize and feel ashamed of my body. Freshman year, my body was undeveloped, twiggy, and small. Then, around sophomore to junior year, my body... (more »)
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