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21 April, 2017
Get Ready For The Once-in-a-Century Solar Eclipse This Summer

It is not too early to begin preparing for the Great American Solar Eclipse of Aug. 21, 2017 — and the sun's position on April 19, 20 and 21, but especially April 20, will offer a perfect dress rehearsal for that historic event. When preparing for the eclipse, an important aspect to consider... Read more

21 April, 2017
Royal Couple Gets Personal

thanks to a rare candid chat on Scott Mills' BBC Radio 1. the royal pair took questions and it seemed nothing was off limits, even the father of two's controversial clubbing during a boys' trip in Switzerland last month. In fact, the 34-year-old broached the topic himself, albeit jokingly while... Read more

21 April, 2017
Caitlyn Jenner Distances Herself From President Donald Trump

Confused about Caitlyn Jenner's politics? Don't be. Though she attended President Donald Trump's inauguration (much to her friends' dismay), she wants to be clear that she doesn't agree with everything he—or the Republican party—believes. "Here's the deal: yes, I have always had views... Read more

21 April, 2017
The Young Royals Continue To End Stigma Around Mental Health

Prince William and Prince Harry admitted in a new video with Duchess Kate that they didn’t discuss their mother’s death growing up. In a Facebook live video, the three talked about becoming new parents, grief, mental health and more. “We’ve never really talked about... Read more

20 April, 2017
Women May Be More Affected By Alcoholism

Researchers found that female’s reward system centers of the brain are more affected by alcoholism than a male reward system centers. The reward system areas of the brain are amygdala and the hippocampus. These two parts of the brain are very involved when someone develops a substance... Read more

20 April, 2017
Could Biking To Work Lower Risk Of Disease And Death?

A recent study performed in the United Kingdom found that biking to work could cut the odds for serious disease and premature death in half. For the study, researchers at the University of Glasgow looked at commuting habits of more than 264,000 people while tracking their health for five years.... Read more

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