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Film & Nostalgia

Some film photos I took while studying abroad in London. I took photography for three years in high school and fell in love with shooting color film. 123 more words


Photo of the Month: Leprechaun Spotting

Everyone kept telling me that leprechauns did not exist, but for a long time I had been curious about the little green man.  So last year I was on a mission to find and meet a leprechaun on my trip to the emerald isle. 217 more words


Is Mouthwash Actually Helpful?

If you run a few searches on Google, you will find that there are many different studies and sites that say that mouthwash is very helpful in conjunction with flossing and brushing. 499 more words


Dentists Can Help U.S. Adults Tackle GERD

Healthline says that about 20% of the population suffers from gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). While GERD can affect all ages–babies, children, teens, adults–it is typically more common in aging populations. 709 more words


1973 – A car bomb exploded in Sackville Place, Dublin, and killed one person and injured 17 others.

At 3:08pm, a male caller rang the telephone exchange in Exchequer Street, Dublin, with the following bomb warning: “Listen love, there is a bomb in O’Connell Street at the Bridge”. 322 more words

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