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One Third of People Left Their Religion Due to Anti-Gay Policies in Millennial

It has been surveyed that one out of five adults in United States does not have affiliation with any religion. No doubt, young people have no interest in religion compared to their forefathers and the ratio of separating from the faith grows with every passing day. Public Religion Research Institute claimed that about one in […]

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The Changing Face of Plastic Surgery in America

When people think of plastic surgery, they usually think of Hollywood — not San Antonio. However, according to a list released by online cosmetic surgery community RealSelf, San Antonio is the city whose residents are most interested in plastic surgery. With 83 views per 1,000 residents, San Antonio came in with the highest number of […]

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Cupid Losing His Touch? Mother Nature is Showing No Love This year.

Valentine‚Äôs Day’s warming vibes haven’t managed to work their way to the weather this year, as the brutal winter of 2014 continued over the last week. A storm that raged up and down the East Coast and Southern United States has delayed thousands of flights and deliveries, thwarting lots of romantic plans. Unfortunately, it has […]

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More Americans Brewing Their Own Moonshine

Discovery Channel’s Moonshiners brings to light what we all know, but do not talk about. In spite of questionable legality, Americans brew moonshine at home. What many do not realize is that more people are distilling moonshine than ever before — at home and in a professional setting. Moonshine Then and Now Legal disputes about […]

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Environmental Concerns Dampen Mood at Sochi Games

The Sochi Olympic games have seen their share of controversy, not least among them a reaction to the approach Russia has taken to important environments in the region. Although Putin had promised “zero waste” game construction standards, it quickly became apparent that the country was ill-equipped to build the large-scale infrastructure needed to host the […]