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"A few weeks ago, Popular Science debunked the myth that menstrual blood attracts sharks."
"In the era of fake news and digital surveillance, libraries both provide media literacy and data privacy.?
"Nic Anthony and Catherine Hofmann realized that finding a healthcare provider is one of the top concerns of queer and trans folks."
"Expectedly, Fauxmaha attracts the vegan community, but some customers approach the stand without knowing the hot dogs are vegan."
"Replying to King’s initial tweet, she says, helped her campaign win widespread support — but she already had the framework in place to take advantage of the opportunity."
"Before the bus could fully circled City Hall, a crowd of more than 100 protesters quickly blocked traffic in the roundabout as a form of resistance."
"Just like sexuality, asexuality is a spectrum."
"Welcome to Freelancer U. Here are the five courses you have to take before you graduate."
“'Where’s the button that tells me what all this data means?'”
"The writing world is a small one, especially when it comes to local publications."
"I had a terrible feeling in my gut: $1 per article? That’s nuts, right?"
"JAGAJA is all about symmetry. While the identical twins have spent their entire lives together, they couldn’t be more different at the moment."
"Four years ago, a widow in her 70s scheduled an appointment with urologist Dr. Jennifer R. Berman."
"That same pizza, and pretty much every other edible item out there, is now silently summoned through a variety of websites and mobile apps that take your order, keep you updated on its progress, and enlist couriers to deliver to your door."
"Brands that want to enter the social commerce space should first have a basic understanding of how it works on popular social channels."