Creating a drug-free environment in schools and colleges


Substance abuse has created many challenges to educational institutions, employers, parents, and society on the whole. It is attributed to the factors like unhealthy family relationships, parental substance abuse, peer pressure, etc. This theme discussed in many Stanford roommate essay papers and rather popular among the students. These factors pose a significant threat to the […]

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Make Your Own Herbal Salve From Mallows


When the first warm days tempt you outdoors for a walk, take time to look at the wild mallows flowers. So soon to vanish in summer’s heat, they cast their light purple beauty wherever they’re permitted to exist. Urbanization has deprived Nature of places where wild herbs and vegetables used to grow, but even the […]

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Rosewater For Beauty and Healing


Part IV in a series of 4 on eating and healing with roses. Rosewater is the fragrant liquid left after steaming has extracted roses’ essential oils. Rose essential oil is most expensive – sometimes more costly by weight than gold. Thankfully, rosewater’s price is affordable even to ordinary budgets. Rosewater has been a resource in […]

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Reasons why Forex traders lose money


With the growth of online money trading platforms offered by blockchain technologies and Forex companies that offer to help you to squeeze money from the rapidly changing currency markets, this does seem like a “green” way of making money, without investing in products and services that create greenhouse gases. While money can be made (by […]

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New U.S. Climate Change Study is a drastic warning. Will President Trump listen now?


Following US president Donald Trump’s announcement that his country will pull out of the Paris climate change agreement, scientists and governments the world over have been wondering if agreed goals of reduced world temperatures are now attainable. This apprehension is particularly high in the Middle East, where summertime temperatures in countries like Iraq now surpass 50 […]

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Spice up your summer the ancient Yemeni way!


Pardon me, but you you pass the green s’chüg? I’m fresh from brunch with friends newly returned from Jaffa,  a feast formed from foods not easily found in my Brooklyn neighborhood. Hidden among the Challah bread french toast, steaming shakshuka (egg and pepper delection that’s my go-to Jerusalem breakfast), imported tahini, and home-cured olives, was […]

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