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Home vermicomposting can help us divert kitchen waste from the garbage dump by turning it into compost for our gardens.

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Have you ever wondered why Jell-O is so jiggly-wiggly?

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As you sit atthe breakfast table with your head about to drop flat into your cereal, you aregently woken up by “Snap, Crackle, Pop” the sweet sound of morning. How is itthat Rice Krispies can serveas the perfect alarm clock? The

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During photosynthesis plants absorb visible light, mainly through the pigment chlorophyll, and use its energy to convert carbon dioxide and water into sugars required for metabolism and growth.

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Is human love special? Let's take a look at some other "loving" animals.

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While it’s no secret what is pleasurable about sex, talks about safety often lead to awkward conversations. The truth id though, that when beginning a sexual relationship you need to understand the risks and how to remain safe.

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Can that hand sanitizer effectively keep your hands clean?

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Acid rain is any precipitation (rain, snow, fog, etc.) that has an unusually low pH. But, what is a low pH and why is this a problem?

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Winter is officially here, and we are trying to stay away from germs that make us sick; so finish washing your hands and read on.

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A whole ecosystem is working hard in your compost to break down your food and yard waste into natural fertilizer for your garden.

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