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No matter how careful we are, we eventually start to notice the inevitable signs of aging. Vitamins, minerals, and other compounds found in plants are the “anti”- oxidants that keep us young.

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The earth’s location within the Solar System is a precarious balance of danger vs necessity. Too much sun exposure can cause eye and skin damage, yet we need sunlight in order to produce healthy amounts of vitamin D ...

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High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, often has no symptoms, yet it could weaken the arteries of the circulatory system and cause damage to the heart, brain, and kidneys over a span of many years ...

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The “network” is a series of dish-shaped antennas at three strategic locations around the globe; California, Madrid, and Australia ...

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Health experts at FitnessMagazine.com have outlined some of the short-term and long-term "hidden" benefits of exercise that you might not be aware of ...

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Read Instride about Eliezer Ben-Yehuda, a Jewish scholar who worked to bring the ancient Hebrew language into the twentieth century. It’s one of two official languages spoken within Jewish communities in Israel and around the world.

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The story of Jesus’ birth is one of the most familiar in the world. Read Instride about the beginning of Christianity and when to celebrate the "12 days of Christmas" this year.

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Echoes Through Time

In July 1863, on a battlefield in Southwest Pennsylvania, 28,000 Confederate and 23,000 Union soldiers lost their lives fighting the Battle of Gettysburg. The 3-day war was a decisive victory for the North and the turning point of the Civil War.

In November of that year, President Lincoln traveled to Pennsylvania and delivered the Gettysburg Address to a crowd of 15,000. The President’s two-minute speech is one of the most famous in American history.

… But, in a larger sense, we cannot dedicate, we cannot consecrate, we cannot hallow this ground. The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it, far above our power to add or detract …

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Power Generation

Scientists at NASA explain that unmanned spacecraft traveling away from the sun to explore the outer planets of the solar system are powered by nuclear energy, specifically Plutonium-238 built into a Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator (RTG).

Elements such as Uranium and Plutonium are considered “radioactive” due to an imbalance of protons and electrons. The process of radioactive decay occurs as an atom of these elements naturally seeks to stabilize itself by releasing subatomic particles into the environment.

Alpha, beta, and dangerous gamma radiation are emitted as heat energy that can be converted into electricity within the generator.

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Ordinary Day

We all know that finding time to exercise is just part of an ordinary day. A fitness routine that includes both cardio and strength training (jogging combined with yoga, for instance) could help maintain a healthy weight, lower blood pressure, and slow the aging process.

The health experts at www.fitnessmagazine.com have outlined some of the hidden benefits of both short-term and long-term exercise to help you stay motivated.

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