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  • 5 Most Popular Paralympic Sports

    As Japan prepares to host the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo next summer, disabled athletes are preparing for the Paralympics as well, which will also be held in Tokyo from August 25 to September 6. It will be the 16th edition of this significant multi-sports event.  In 2020, there are 22 Paralympic events, including goalball, sitting

  • 6 Common Appliance Problems You Should Know About

    Are you having appliance issues but you’re not sure if you should call a repair service? Some problems are more common than others and require a simple fix such as checking your cords or outlets. Filter or cleaning problems are also commonplace, so read on to find out what you can expect to handle on

  • 7 Ways You Can Save Money and Energy This Summer

    While the frigid winter is the common culprit for high-energy expenses, people also use a fair share of electricity during the summer. Air conditioners are running almost all day long, electronics seem to be blasting from every corner of the house, and there’s seemingly never-ending summer laundry to do. Summer fun requires lots of work.

  • Every Single Architecture Student Should Know This

    If you are interested in studying architecture, it is always best to be prepared. You will be faced with quite a long path until you will be able to be a successful architect. Any higher education architect will tell you how difficult everything was. With this in mind, as an aspiring architecture student, here are

  • Gutter Cleaning Safety Advice You Should Always Remember

    Most housework is considered to be completely safe. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. There are different tasks that are dangerous and you need to put in some effort if you want to stay safe. Gutter cleaning is one of the tasks that seem simple but can be very dangerous. This is why Summit

  • The Truth About the Weed Killer Cancer Myth

    By now, you’ve probably heard about the lawsuit against Roundup’s weed killer. This popular choice for eradicating invasive and unwanted plants is now allegedly linked to cancer. With a federal jury finding manufacturer Monsanto guilty in a California lawsuit, there may be more to this cancer myth than meets the eye. While Bayer AG, who

  • Athlete Fatigue? You May Have Celiac Disease!

    Working out makes everyone tired, but long periods of fatigue could be a sign of a more serious issue. If you enjoy athletics or fitness of any kind and are more tired than normal, you might be suffering from Celiac disease. This disease causes negative reactions to gluten.  It is more common than you might

  • Why Sexual harassment Training is Essential in the Workplace

    The issue of sexual harassment has slowly made its way into the forefront of social conversations over the past few decades, with the #MeToo movement bringing the realities of this creepy occurrence to life in the forefront of the media. As states pass new legislation to protect workers and make training mandatory, companies across the

  • Jeunesse Global: 3 critical skincare rules you should observe every day

    As you probably know, there are thousands of skincare tricks and tons of skincare products that promise to give you a smooth and glowing skin. But even the best skincare tricks and products won’t work if your beauty routine isn’t right. This article highlights three basic skincare rules that will make a difference to your

  • 6 ways CBD will help you live to 100

    Cannabidiol (CBD) has reportedly tripled in sales from 2014 to 2017, working its way from $108.1 million to $358.4 million in just three years according to Hemp Business Journal.  By 2020, CBD sales are predicted to reach $1.153 billion. More than 64 million Americans now use CBD oil on a regular basis for a whole