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cynefin November 3rd 2018 02:49 PM
Alzheimer's Disease By Dez (Melancholia.) Alzheimer's Disease is a form of dementia that impacts a person's memory, thinking, and behavior. The disease is progressive, meaning it worsens and affects a person's ability to function more and more throughout their life. Even though many people associate Alzheimer's with the elderly, younger people can also develop the disease. In fact, around 200,000 Americans under the age of 65 have Alzheimer's. This is known as Early-Onset Alzheimer's....
cynefin November 3rd 2018 02:47 PM
Thinking outside the litter box: cat urine 101 By Cassie (cynefin) Cats, like humans and many other creatures, are complex. Sometimes, things they do and why they do them can puzzle us humans. Your cat may occasionally (or frequently) urinate outside of the litter box, which can be frustrating for you and your cat. Read on to learn more about why cats urinate outside of the box and how to effectively clean and remedy it. Why is my cat peeing outside of the litter box? Your...
cynefin November 3rd 2018 02:39 PM
Ink and Wonder: Wonder Crate review By Jenna (.:Bibliophile:.) The Wonder Crate is a special box that is sent out and it comes with bookish and pop culture items. This is a newer box that goes out so subscriptions are not currently available. The box is a new favorite of mine and I enjoy getting it every once in a while. The creator of the box sells a lot of beautifully designed items such as totes, key chains and bookmarks. I started utilizing the Ink and ...
cynefin November 3rd 2018 02:34 PM
The three common types of learners By Cassie (cynefin) Whether youíre in middle school, high school, or beyond, learning and retaining the information youíve learned can feel difficult, if not impossible at times in your school career. You learn a lot of new material and it can be hard for your brain to file it all away for future reference. This article is going to discuss the different types of learners and their characteristics. It will also have you ask yourself ...
cynefin October 1st 2018 02:45 PM
Is this self-harm? By the Resources Team Many people ask "Is this self-harm?" with regard to something they've been experiencing. Self-harm can be a broad topic, so the following information may help to condense it. The definition of self-harm Self-harm is when you do something with the intent to harm yourself. Self-harm may not always be a conscious choice. For instance, absentmindedly ripping hair out of your head can be considered self-harm, even if you're not ...
cynefin October 1st 2018 02:42 PM
Inexpensive Halloween decorations By Cassie (cynefin) Source] Halloween has become an increasingly popular holiday over the years. Those who celebrate it could say that decorating in anticipation of the holiday is half the fun. Store bought decorations can be expensive, however. Read on to see suggestions about decorating for Halloween at lower prices. Tealights are an inexpensive yet nice decoration (both lit and unlit) to use. You can put them on table tops,...
cynefin October 1st 2018 02:35 PM
The Shadow Of What Was Lost: A review By Jenna (.:Bibliophile:.) A Shadow Of What Was Lost by James Islington is the first book in a fantasy trilogy that centers around a character by the name of Davian. The world in this book features individuals who are having to deal with abuse due to being gifted with magical abilities. Twenty years before the novel took place, a war was fought and the gifted individuals were slain and tormented. The only way the gifted survived was...
cynefin October 1st 2018 02:33 PM
Easy and inexpensive Halloween costumes By Cassie (cynefin) Source] While Halloween is a fun (and spooky!) holiday, it can sometimes be difficult or expensive to find or create a fun costume for yourself or the children in your life. This article will suggest a few inexpensive costumes and discuss where to find the different materials you may need. Where to purchase materials
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Apple iPhone Slowdown Brittany (.Brittany.) Apple iPhones are one of the most popular brand of phones in the world. On December 20, 2017, Apple announced that there had been a software update that forced older iPhones to slow down. Apple claimed to do this to help balance the aging of the lithium batteries. As a lithium battery starts to get older, it begins to malfunction by freezing, shutting off randomly, and not holding a charge very well, especially if itís very cold or warm....



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