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Scientists Develop Drug That Slows Down Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease is a disease that affects millions and even though there’s no cure, there are medications that help delay or prevent symptoms from becoming worse. 351 more words

Health Conditions

Testing: a Trial and Error Lifestyle

I have decided to test more. It’s all good to make mistakes because that’s how we learn. You can try things and you can try people. 509 more words

Thoughts

Main Squeeze

For the longest time, I’ve been wanting to go to Juice Served Here to try out their juice flights ($8). It’s exactly like a flight of beer, but instead it’s juice, in small tequila shot-like amounts. 175 more words

Travel

The 2 Decisions that made the Difference on 1st Day at Edgbaston

Australia had a terrible outing against England in the 3rd Investec Ashes Test at Edgbaston. After being rattled for a paltry 136, Aussie bowlers conceded 133 runs in 29 overs and could manage only 3 wickets that too because of some good luck. 305 more words

Cricket

YAY! YAY! YAY!

Drumroll, please….

*drumroll*

Keep drumming. This is intense.

*louder drumroll*

I PASSED MY FINAL DRIVER’S TEST!!!

I’M GETTING MY PERMIT TOMORROW!!!

I IS AN AMAZING SPARKLY FANTABULOUS UNICORN!!! 21 more words

Trending N'at: Mets Pitcher Suspended 162 For Positive Drug Test

Mets pitcher Jenrry Mejia is about to become real familiar with the bench.

Despite being suspended 162 games for testing positive after taking performance-enhancing drugs, he’s actually already pretty comfortable there already. 276 more words

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