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John- Grade 9 - Lexington, Michigan"... [Pimples Carson's] cheeks were rivulated and rotted and eroded with acne. Among the old scars new pustules formed, purple and red, some rising and some waning."  - John Steinbeck - The Wayward Bus (1947)

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The latest rage in hair dyers are ionic hairdryers which claim to be better for your hair. But are they?

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It's cool we can change the colour of our eyes without going through surgery. But why are our eyes coloured in the first place?

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If you were able to pick between two super powers, which would you choose... X-ray vision or the ability to fly?

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Every day, television provides viewers with millions of bite-sized electronic pieces of information about the weather, sports, this season's hottest fashion trends, and much more.

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This field game played with a flying disc combines the marvels of flight with the demand for endurance and agility--and makes for a great way to spend an afternoon!

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Rowing has existed as a sport for a long time. The ancient civilizations of Egyptians, Romans, and Greeks all have left evidence that they organized boat races.

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One of Einstein’s fundamental laws of the universe is being questioned after researchers at the Centre for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Switzerland observed sub-atomic particles moving faster than the speed of light.

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“Hello?! Can you hear me?” Silence. The call has been dropped. Has this ever happened to you while trying to call someone? Bad connection, you might think. But could it be something else? The sun perhaps?

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Nuclear power is touted by many scientists as a clean sustainable energy source, but the waste produced by these nuclear power plants is hazardous to human health and the environment. 

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