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  • Raising Awareness for Strokes in Women 

    Strokes are the leading cause of disability in the United States. Strokes are a dangerous and hereditary disease that affects about one in four people. Three main types of strokes occur: Ischemic strokes, hemorrhagic strokes, and transient ischemic attacks.
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  • Sandy’s First Day of Kindergarten

    Nora J.
    Sandy woke up one morning extremely nervous because today is her first day of Kindergarten. She was even more nervous because her mom is on a business trip. 
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  • Too Much Togetherness

    Sonia P.
    “Mom!” I yelled. That was the word that I said the most. It’s not my fault, though. My stupid older brother is always pestering me! He thinks he’s so big and mighty because he gets straight A’s, plays the drums, gets medals in all the science fairs, is organized, never is late…
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  • Getting a New Puppy

    Sienna A.
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  • Saving the Plants

    Zula W.
    Plants have been on earth for millions of years (about 700 million years ago). They are all over the world. But in many places (including our school), people are hurting the plants.
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  • School Safety Issues

    Legion B.
    Today, schools all across the country face multiple safety issues, from school shootings to sexual harassment. Currently, making our schools better and safer places is the talk all over the county. But is it really that easy?
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  • Thanksgiving

    Jocelyn C.
    Over 90% of the American population celebrates Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving in the United States dates back to the early 17th century, when English settlers at Plymouth, Massachusetts, held a three-day feast to celebrate their first successful harvest in the “New World.”
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  • All About Cats

    Vera C.
    Some people are considered dog people. Some are more into bunnies. I am into cats! Cats are one of the most popular pets on the planet. And they are fantastic.
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  • Atomic Energy and Medicine in India

    Shaan B.
    Atomic energy in medicine has been significantly used since its discovery in 1946, with radioisotopes being used in over 10,000 hospitals worldwide. Nuclear medicinal procedures are used to find and treat non-communicable diseases such as cancer and cardiovascular diseases.
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  • Nuclear Fission

    Suhan T.
    Nuclear fission is the process by which the nucleus of an atom splits into two or more smaller nuclei, releasing a large amount of energy and often neutrons. It is the process that powers nuclear weapons and nuclear power plants.
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  • Shining a light on Understanding OCD

    Ava F.
    OCD (which stands for obsessive-compulsive disorder) is a very topic that is a misconceptualized diagnosis that carries a lot of stigma. Many individuals who face OCD often suffer in silence and do not reach out for help and get medicine.
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  • Veteran Mental Health (Community Project)

    Ryndee B.
    Imagine you are just returning from battle and trying to transition back to civilian life. Without help and guidance, it would be very difficult.
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