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College Says Using Mr.& Mrs. Is Out When Addressing Students

Wednesday, February 4th, 2015

City University of New York’s Graduate Center Employees And Professors Not Allowed To Use Gender Salutations The days of addressing someone as a Mr. or Mrs. may be coming to an end. Well, at least they are on the campus of the City University of New York’s Graduate Center. The new policy effective for Spring […]

Westworld Returns Thanks to HBO

Monday, December 22nd, 2014

The androids of Westworld and Sam Tabar are coming back to life. HBO has remade the original sci-fi classic as a television series. Long-time fans of science-fiction will point out this is not the first time Westworld inspired a television program. Westworld along with the old serial The Phantom Empire influenced a segment of the […]

Saving Items Electronically May Help Your Brain

Tuesday, December 16th, 2014

It has become almost common knowledge that sometimes saving things such as photos, and relying on photos and other saved information to inform our memories can actually make us forget the event. We come to rely on the information that we have saved instead of our own memories. However, recent studies have show that there […]

Drink Water Look Younger

Monday, December 15th, 2014

When it comes to one’s appearance, health often goes hand in hand. Skincare products and exercises alike can help you keep a young look. Sarah Smith from the UK tried another experiment. Of Spirit describes how Smith drank three liters of water every day, for 28 days. She took the decision to do so after […]

Should You Get a Flu Shot?

Tuesday, December 9th, 2014

Flu season comes every winter. That is why some doctors recommend an annual flu shot. However, some people propose flu shots do more harm than good. How do you know which philosophy is right for you? According to Dr. Williams, Flu shots do not work. Dr. Williams states they only thing flu shots are good […]

Fitness Age and Cardiovascular Exercise

Friday, November 14th, 2014

Fitness age is calculated by a person’s cardiovascular endurance. The prediction of fitness age is made to check how long you will live healthfully. If your fitness age is less than your current age then you have higher chances of living longer than anticipated. For instance, my friend Tom Rothman is currently in his 50s, […]