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by seyiari 8 years ago
Come let us reason together and ask ourselves some questions. Why we still alive...are how many friends of ours died this year or probably how many of them died before today... Or perhaps how many of them are in hospital right now? and we are here on hub pages trying different tricks on how to be...
by Melissa A Smith 11 days ago
I really want to speak to the editor that wrote this but there doesn't seem to be any way to contact them. I submitted an article for the niche site and I was just told "please incorporate sources at the bottom of your article for facts/stats that aren't commonly found." I would like to...
by egiv 8 years ago
And also to those who claim liberals don't argue with statistics:http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/05/opini … ref=global
by theirishobserver. 8 years ago
This email just arrived from the White House - is it what you wanted?What Happens Next Good afternoon,Since the House of Representatives voted to pass health reform legislation on Sunday night, the legislative process and its political impact have been the focus of all the newspapers and...
by Jessie Watson 5 months ago
*Cortisol is a very common type of stress hormone released in the body generally following periods of anxiety and depression. Article: https://www.inquisitr.com/4850038/quitt … udy-shows/Cal Newport, an associate professor of Computer Science at Georgetown University has been trumpeting this...
by Natalie Frank 11 days ago
I just wanted to say thank you to QAP staff who must go through a gazillion articles a day. I have never waited more than 18 hours to have an article go through QAP and 4-8 hours has generally been the norm. Tonight I finished up an article on inspirational quotes related to the ...
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