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Early Bird Special!
Published on 10/24/2023

Since the pandemic, the early bird dinner time has become more popular. Why has this happened, and how does it impact local economies?

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Spooky Scary Skeleton, There's Violence In His Bones
Published on 10/23/2023

The history of violence in humans may be more mysterious than what was initially believed.

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Investing In A Presidential Cycle
Published on 10/20/2023

Have you ever observed that during a presidential election, public discussions often veer toward the economic performance of the past few years? Or how presidents frequently introduce spending bills to potentially stimulate the economy? This isn't coincidental; it is tied to the Presidential Election Cycle Theory, developed by Yale Hirsch. His theory posits that markets undergo a predictable pattern following the election of a new President.

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Watch What you Eat
Published on 10/20/2023

Ever get sick after eating something bad? Did you know you could get REALLY sick if you eat something “really” bad and needed to be put on antibiotics? Want to avoid getting an antibiotic resistant bug? Apparently, cooking properly and avoiding salad could cut antibiotic resistance.

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The Looming Crisis: Nursing Shortage and Its Implications
Published on 10/19/2023

The year 2021 brought with it an unprecedented global health crisis – the COVID-19 pandemic. This crisis not only revealed the vulnerabilities in healthcare systems around the world but also exacerbated an existing problem: the shortage of nurses. In this article, we will explore the nursing shortage that plagued 2021, its root causes, and the far-reaching implications on the healthcare system.

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Spooky Scary Skeleton, There's One In Every State- Part 2
Published on 10/17/2023

Bigfoot….is it real? Or are sightings and vanishing tourists due to something else?

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Early Bird vs Night Owl
Published on 10/17/2023

Does being an early bird or night owl affect our health? A growing body of research shows that we may want to pay more attention to our circadian rhythm and chronotype.

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The Rise and Fall of Rite Aid: Why the Pharmacy Chain Was Meant to Fail
Published on 10/16/2023

Once a prominent player in the American retail pharmacy industry, Rite Aid's decline over the years has left many wondering why it faced such a turbulent journey. While there were certainly numerous factors that contributed to Rite Aid's struggles, this article will explore the idea that, in many ways, Rite Aid was meant to fail. A combination of internal mismanagement, external market forces, and strategic missteps culminated in a decline from which the company could not recover.

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Free Money?? Sign Me Up!
Published on 10/13/2023

Does throwing money at the problem actually resolve it? There is a group in Denver, Colorado that believed so and experimented with it.

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War & Investing
Published on 10/13/2023

War and conflict have been intrinsic to the human narrative since the dawn of our existence. What were once disputes over land or resources have now evolved into cultural wars, often fueled by governments and the military-industrial complex. You have probably heard the adage, "War is good for business,"...

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Pioneering the Skies
Published on 10/12/2023

Humanity's fascination with flight has been an enduring affair, dating back to the earliest dreams of flying like the birds. Over centuries, this passion has evolved into a breathtaking journey of scientific discovery and technological innovation. In this article, we will explore the remarkable journey to discovery flight, from the earliest experiments with flight to the cutting-edge aviation technology of today.

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Spooky Scary Skeleton, There's One In Every State- Part 1
Published on 10/11/2023

Fun fact, every state has at least one haunted or spooky spot.