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smartphone games

Can Playing Smartphone Games Be Beneficial for Students?

As a student, you’ve probably been brought up to believe that playing smartphone games is a distraction from study, something that you should only indulge when you’ve finished all of your work and gotten some free time. Although this is great advice, there are, however, a number of benefits to playing...

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Kim Burrell And Rejecting Homophobia In The Black Community

Kim Burrell, who worked with Pharrell on the soundtrack to “Hidden Figures” and is a pastor, was supposed to appear on DeGeneres’ show to perform the song “I See a Victory.” But DeGeneres canceled her appearance after a video emerged of Burrell making anti-gay comments during a sermon. (Burrell later...

selective outrage

Selective Outrage Is A Big Part of America’s Problem With Race

Four people accused of torturing a mentally disabled man were charged with a hate crime and aggravated kidnapping, among other charges, in Chicago. The attack was streamed live on Facebook. The disturbing 30-minute video shows a man tied up and his mouth covered, cowering in the corner of room. His...

real estate

What To Expect and Hope For In Real Estate For 2017

Ilyce Glink writes that while predicting how the real estate market will behave is never an exact science, this year could be especially difficult to predict since presidential policies are tough to foresee at this early stage. Still, plenty of market trends for the new year are much clearer. Millennials...

LendingTree Launches $50,000 Small Business Grant Contest

Small business owners face a long list of challenges, and for many the obstacle of securing financial resources needed to grow a business claims the top spot on the list. That’s the driving force behind LendingTree’s inaugural $50,000 Small Business Grant Contest, where they’ll present the winning small business a...

Diabetes Lasts a Lifetime: Effective Management Methods

While childhood diabetes becomes apparent in the adolescent years, type 2 diabetes primarily impacts middle-aged and elderly adults. After diagnosis, patients must learn to manage this illness for the remainder of their lives. MSN online students at the University of Arizona College of Nursing and other colleges now have access...