Ive always loved science. I even love the word. Those aptitude tests we all take in school also knew I loved the natural sciences. In high school, Biology came easy for me, and I took it all in (thank you,...
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community.macmillan.org.uk - If you look after someone with cancer, don’t worry, you’re not alone. At Macmillan, we understand how looking after someone with cancer can completely take over your life. We know that without the... read more »
justgiving.com - Friends of the Elderly's vision is that all older people should retain independence, dignity and peace of mind. It offers residential and nursing care in 14 care homes. It supports older people to ... read more »
Tomorrow morning, early tomorrow morning, my wife and I are heading to the hospital for a scheduled C-section. Im going to meet my son. Over the next 20 years or so, my duty as a father is to mould and...
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Embarrassingly, I have to admit something. Despite my overwhelming love of science and passion for teaching science to others, I grew up not knowing whom Carl Sagan was. Back story: I grew up in East Tennessee, the son of a...
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In the next month, Kwasi Enin must make a tough decision: Which of the eight Ivy League universities should he attend this fall? The 17-year-old violist and aspiring physician from Shirley N.Y., applied to all eight schools, from Brown to Yale. The responses began rolling in over the past few months, and by late last(...) read more »
A few days ago, my daughters school ended their school year with the Moving Up Ceremony and Recognition Day. All pupils from nursery to Grade 1 had their dance presentation as well as giving of awards for both academic and moral values. My daughter received an award for Best in MAPEH (Music, Arts, Physical Education,  read more »
worcesternews.co.uk - PEOPLE with autism can enjoy a sensory-friendly screening of Muppets Most Wanted which will take place on Wednesday (April 2). Lights will be left on low and the sound will be turned down at the sp... read more »
We have the perfect excuse for failure when the fear of doing nothing exceeds the fear of doing it badly. That tipping point happens often with a fixed mind-set. You fear nothing so much as finding out that you never had what it takes. It begins in childhood. Those who race ahead in school without 
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It seems like everyone knows someone who is incredibly smart, but also smokes a lot of pot! Is there a link between someones intelligence and their likelihood to smoke marijuana? Trace was curious and did some digging of his own to find out. read more »