The REAL history of Black Friday…

The REAL history of Black Friday…

In Philadelphia, during 1950, excitement and cheer floated in the air.  America had recently won the second great world war and the relief of victory had turned to boundless joy and peace.  The horrors of the war had taken a back seat and people were growing young families. The economy was booming. Science was bringing new gadgets to the market

Study Says Water On Mars May Actually Be Sand

Study Says Water On Mars May Actually Be Sand

Scientists believed they found evidence of water on Mars after spotting dark streaks on the red planet in 2011. These streaks, called recurring slope linae (RSL), appeared to indicate the presence of water beneath the surface. However, researchers now think the RSL may actually be granular flows of sand and dust. The study was published in the journal Nature Geoscience

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Charles Manson

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Charles Manson

Cult leader Charles Manson died of natural causes on Nov. 19, 2017, at a hospital in Bakersfield, Calif., one week after turning 83. He had been serving a life sentence for murder at California State Prison in Corcoran. Manson’s followers, known as the Manson Family, murdered nine people in a killing spree in 1969, including pregnant actress Sharon Tate. Using

Travel + Leisure Names Canada ‘Destination of The Year’

Travel + Leisure Names Canada ‘Destination of The Year’

U.S. travel magazine Travel + Leisure is paying homage to its neighbor to the north by naming Canada its “Destination of the Year 2017.” Canada is celebrating its 150th birthday this year—the perfect time for it to receive this honor. Editors chose Canada due to its “sustained cultural relevance, as well as its blend of world-class cities, epic natural wonders

How The Shame Of Type 2 Diabetes Is Impacting The Health Of Millions

How The Shame Of Type 2 Diabetes Is Impacting The Health Of Millions

It’s likely you have someone in your life who has diabetes and you may not even know it. The reason being approximately one in three Canadians have diabetes or prediabetes, but the stigma of the disease is keeping people from seeking the treatment they need. As a way to educate the public on the disease, November has been named Diabetes Awareness

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