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Spider’s Web is Stronger than Steel

A single strand of spider silk is thinner than a human hair, but five times stronger than steel of the same width. A spider silk rope just two inches ...


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Talk Radio Icon Died from Lung Cancer Despite Downplaying Danger

Author Judi Ketteler wrote an opinion column for NBC news that reflected on the complicated legacy of the late talk radio icon and conservative commentator ...


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Don’t Pick Up Your Phone

Hearing your phone’s notification sound can trigger a rush of dopamine. “Who’s calling me?” you wonder. It could be a friend, ...


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Stop Being Ashamed of Weakness

Ian Marcus Corbin from Harvard Medical School has interviewed numerous stroke patients. He observes that far too many stroke patients "consign themselves ...


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The Power of a Child’s Art

Sally-Lloyd Jones, the author of the popular Jesus Storybook Bible for Children, tells the following story about visiting the Museum of Modern Art in ...


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US Officials Wary After Canadian Virus Surge

After a spike in coronavirus cases that coincided with the observation of Thanksgiving in Canada, American health officials are concerned about the potential ...


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All Your Dark and Twisty Places

The film Words on Bathroom Walls tells the story of Adam, a witty, introspective teen diagnosed with a mental illness during his senior year of high school. ...


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Working with Believers Started a Journey to Christ

Sometimes the journey to Christ begins when someone encounters horrendous evil. At other times the journey to Christ starts as the nonbeliever joins with ...


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GM Teams Up with Medical Device Company to Manufacture Ventilators

Executives at medical device firm Ventec Life Systems were impressed right away when they brought their concerns to automotive behemoth General Motors ...


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Treat Me like a German Shepherd

How far would you go to understand the struggles of someone else? How close would you get? Consider the sacrifice of Kris Rotonda. Many thought he was ...


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