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Holding Hands Day - August 9th

Why doesn’t someone invent a Holding Hands Day, I thought.  And to my delight I just found out it is a real day – August 9th. 167 more words

Expert Debunks Myths And Misconceptions Around Breast Cancer

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – There are lots of thoughts on breast cancer.

Some are on the right track with family history and genetics to blame. Some women will get mastectomies just because it runs in their family. 601 more words

News

The Château de Fontainebleau

Moving into my fourth week interning at the Château de Fontainebleau, I thought it was time to upload a few images. Unfortunately we have had quite a rainy July in northern France, but I was able to get a few images in on the sunnier days. 572 more words

Architecture

Microparticles and Decompression Stress: Connecting the Dots

During the ONR-NAVSEA Progress Review Meeting that took place in Durham from July 15-17 this summer, Stephen Thom summarized the current status of his research on circulating microparticles (MPs), which are small fragments shed by various cells that have been exposed to stress. 433 more words

Research

Gimme a break, Studies!

“OK, I’ve had enough of coaching and exams. Give me a break, would you?”

The irony of Fate is that things rarely ever turn out the way you expected. 254 more words

Aigoo! I'm not so pitiful after all

My parents have been telling me off for being vain & haughty for some time now – ever since I quit the self-sacrificial act and transformed into a selfish, rebellious teen instead – five years to be exact. 303 more words